Craft – Snowman Wreath Door Sculpture

Snowman Decor

This is the cutest idea!  There are so many different things you can do with wreaths.  I love this!  I thought I would share it with you this week for Fiesta Friday.

To create a Snowman Door Sculpture; pick up one large, one medium one small wreath.  Attach all three wreaths to one another with twine or decorative ribbon.  Next, secure the grouping of wreaths to the front of a door with self-adhesive plastic hooks or over the door with a wreath hanger.  For wall applications; use picture nails around the top of each of the three wreaths, then secure to the wall with a hammer.

Add a scarf and a hat and you’re done!

Thanks for visiting!  Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas!!

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23 thoughts on “Craft – Snowman Wreath Door Sculpture

  1. Oh, I like this, and it is so timely for me as I have been thinking about making holiday decorations to sell. The idea is there is one vintage item, usually the container, which is glitzed up with ribbon, glitter covered decorations, etc. I have a series of themes: Peanuts Christmas, Barbie Christmas, nesting dolls, 12 days of Christmas, general stuff with elves, santas, snowmen, teddy bears, etc. What do you think? Would anyone pay for these? They’d be a bit pricier than the average tabletop decor b/c there’s the cost of the vintage item. I almost have to shop year round at garage sales for this to be cost effective. I’ve started by picking up a few things at shopgoodwill.com, but the shipping nullifies the good deals. I’ll try a few, and see. Maybe I’ll take a bath. Maybe not. Thanks for this post.

    Fondly,
    Elizabeth

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  3. Wow! This is the most unique wreath I have even seen, Arl. So lovely and creative. Thanks for sharing. I know some already did this idea. 😀 Enjoy the weekend. Happy FF.

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