Dec 10

Make a beautiful Snowflake Wreath!

Fullscreen capture 1292013 74500 PMThere are so many ways to celebrate Christmas, the holiday season, and winter! Here at mamas*little*treasures, we are continually searching for fun, inexpensive, and creative ideas to share with our readers. This gorgeous Snowflake Wreath is the perfect home decor project for the winter months, and will take your right through January and into February when we will be looking for crafts and home decor projects for Valentine’s Day!

This  stunning wreath was created last winter, in January, for a dear friend who loves to decorate her home for every season and holiday in the year. It is easy to create, and inexpensive, but it have lots of charm and sparkle to chase away the winter blues.

Speaking of “blues,” this wreath was designed and created in shades of blue, silver, and white, but it could also be made up in any color combination you prefer. It would be really pretty if you made it up in purples and gold (with gold glitter, of course!), or red and silver, or traditional Christmas colors of red and green with sparkly white snowflakes.

This super simple Snowflake Wreath is made from plain old copy paper, ribbon, spray glitter, and a few odds and ends of gems and buttons for a bit of bling!

This is also a project that you can make with the kids or grandkids because it is so easy. And oh so pretty!

If you would like to try making your very own Snowflake Wreath, we have a FREE tutorial available to you HERE, with a complete list of supplies, instructions, and even a link where you can learn how to make paper snowflakes if it has been a while since you’ve tackled that little project!

We have lots of projects planned for the cold winter months here at Vintage Mama’s Cottage, so please visit our Face Book page to keep up with the new tutorials and eBook patterns coming your way soon! And if you decide to make your own Snowflake Wreath, please send me a picture of your creation – I LOVE to see what you’ve made using the FREE tutorials here at mamas*little*treasures!

FREE Snowflake Wreath Tutorial from mamas*little*treasures

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