My holiday theme this year is “Let it Snow” and I’ve been working to get all of my outdoor decor up over the past few days while dodging ice and snow outside. My color scheme this year is teal, navy and silver with white lights. I wanted my house to sparkle when the white lights shine on all of the fun final touches. One of those details is the wreath below. I have been in love with the Pottery Barn ornament wreath for the past couple years, but I just have not been able to bring myself to pay $80 for it. This year I decided I’d tried my hand at my own version and I absolutely LOVE how it turned out!
- 1 wreath form (I used a large styrofoam one with a flat back because to me it resembled snow)
- Shatterproof ornaments (I bought a large box from Target that were on sale)
- Glue gun / glue
- Optional – Bow (I bought my glitter bow at Michael’s 50% off)
I laid the wreath form flat while I worked and decided that I wanted a somewhat random look to my ornament layout.
Once I had a good visual idea, I used the end of the ornament ball (where you would normally hang it from) and pushed it into the styrofoam. Then I hot glued each one into place. A word of advice is that you have to be patient with the ornaments because some took a little extra glue to get them to hold well. I worked my way around the wreath form and I left a space at the bottom of the wreath where the bow would cover it.
After letting the glued ornaments set overnight, I added the glitter bow as my finishing touch.
Hang on the door & enjoy!
This wreath took me about 30 minutes to make and the best part is that it cost me about $20 to complete! Be sure to use Michael’s weekly coupons and check out the holiday sales for good deals on ornaments.