I have such a fun and easy project for you today. I wanted to share a quick tutorial on how to Make A Beautiful Winter White Wreath For Under $5.
This winter white wreath came together completely by accident and I couldn’t be more thrilled with it.
I had originally planned on covering a wreath base with poly-fil to make it thicker and then cover it with fabric and decorate it from there.
But once I had the wreath completely covered with poly-fil, I loved the look so much that I just went with it. Sometimes, like in this case, simple is good!
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1/2 Bag of Poly-fil
Twine (found at Dollar Store)
Wreath Form (found at Dollar Store)
Winter Pick (found 80% off at craft store)
Simply gather a large bunch of poly-fil and wrap it around the wreath using twine. The best thing was no hot glue was needed! Be sure to make it nice and full.
Next attach a large Winter pick to the center and you are done! It just reminds me of piles of fluffy white snow, which we are sure to see plenty of very soon.
That’s what I love about crafting, you never know what you are going to come up with. Just let your creativity flow.
I love how this wreath looks on my antique mirror. It really compliments the silver and white theme of this Winter Mantel.
I hope you enjoyed this easy tutorial.
For even more Winter Wreaths check out this post:
Please pin for later!!
Have a great day!