How to Make a Snowman Wreath

He’s so cute!

Have you made this Snowman Wreath yet?  My mom and I made him, and I highly suggest making this with a friend.  It took us about an hour and a half.  Watching my LauriePOP Ideas That POP YouTube Video will help so much!

Thanks for POPping over!

Frosty Melts My Heart Shirt

Wooden Ovals for the eyes

White Pipe Cleaners

Zip Ties

White Deco Mesh Ribbon

12 Inch Wire Wreath Ring

8 Inch Wire Wreath Ring to go inside the 12 inch one

One piece of orange felt


Black Foam Board

Top Hat – plastic

Plaid Christmas Ribbon

Pine Cone or Poinsetta Flower Bow

Hot Glue Gun – a good one

Printable Mouth and Nose

More Videos for y’all:

Adult Gifts Part One

Adult Gifts Part Two

Toys Part Two

Toys Part One

I’m linking up with The Wardrobe Stylist today.

22 thoughts on “How to Make a Snowman Wreath

  1. love the wreath…love the way you “teach”…..very easy to follow….u r a doll and will continue to follow you!!



  2. I love this! I have been making a few of the 2 ring snowmen recently but i really like just the head.
    you gave me some good ideas as far as the hat, nose, eyes and mouth. i have been making my hat which takes a lot of time.


  3. I love the video you did on how to make the snowman wreath. It is so cute and I love the excitement you show when teaching. I hope to make it this year for my door. Thanks for the video and especially your enthusiasm. Merry Christmas.


    1. Colleen, thanks! He’s really so cute; I just put him up Monday. I appreciate you commenting; that’s always nice to see encouragement. Make yourself do it! But have fun and give yourself time…after you start ha.


    1. I got mine at Hobby Lobby. They look really really small! Here’s one from Amazon if you cannot find it. Everything should be in the description box below the video if you’re on YouTube. Thank you for POPping over and good luck finding it! He’s really so cute; I just put him up Monday!


  4. Idea: I did not want to run back to the store to get wooden eyes. I had the back half of the hat, that I cut off, so I used the brim of the hat for his mouth. I cut eyes out of the back part.. then I painted them cute like you did. Turned out great


    1. Brilliant! I never would’ve thought of that. How creative we are when we don’t want to leave the house for the jillionth time haha. So glad he turned out. You’re going to be so happy to see him again next year. Happy New Year and thanks so much for letting me know.


    1. Oh Sheila, that would be awful. I’m not sure. Mine is hanging inside my kitchen and has not frayed at all in two winters. And I store it on a hanger in my coat closet with no protective covering. Sorry I’m not help with this one. Did you get it from Michael’s? Maybe you could call their floral dept with that question.


    1. EEEK! I’m so excited! You’re going to love his cute, squishy face! Let me know how you do the hat. Several people, including myself, found it hard. Mine unglued after 2 years, but I just hot glued the hat to death, and it’s back on. Have fun! Thanks for letting me know.


      1. Just wanted to suggest you use floral wire for your hat and the eyes & nose if they ever pop off. I just drilled some tiny holes where they wouldn’t be seen to thread the wire through, then wire it directly to the wire frame. Loved your pattern!! Thank you for sharing!!

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  5. Having trouble finding wreath frame i know they are round but are they suppose to be flat or are they round and look like a bowl


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