How To Make a Snowflake Wreath

3 Materials
$40
1 Hour
Medium

I like making something new and different for my front door for the holidays, and instead of a traditional wreath or swag, I used the unique shape of a snowflake but the traditional evergreen boughs to create this lovely front door display.

I began with an eight inch styrofoam round and six identical branches all purchased at Michael’s. To secure the branches into the foam well, I used my Steelpix machine. This added a steel pick with barbs on it to each branch to make sure it holds securely in the foam. In lieu of a Steelpix machine, you can use wood wired sticks. 

These were the stems I used for my six points of the snowflake. I bought four extra ones and cut them apart to fill in the additional space in the middle of the wreath. 

Cut the pieces off of each branch with wire cutters into small pieces. Add a steel pick or a wood wired stick to each of the smaller pieces.

Simply fill in the space in the center with the greens you cut from the extra branches. You can leave a little space for pine cones and berries. 

Unable to find the white branches I was looking for, I picked up some of these snowy picks to use. 

Two of the pieces of snow branches were added to each point of the snowflake. 

These branches along with the icy greenery give a feeling of snow to the wreath.

Finish off the center of the snowflake with pinecones and berries. 

This is the mechanics for how I made my hanger for my wreath, for more details on how I make these, you can check out detailed instructions and photos, check out this post:   Catalog Knock Off Door Swag.  

Here is my finished snowflake wreath on my daughter’s front door! Ready to greet holiday guests!

Another version of the wreath I made displayed on my blue front door. Just a little difference in the branches and berries. I used the same greenery for this one.

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11 questions
  • Debbie
    on Dec 12, 2019

    Very nice!

  • Victoria Ann Bangs
    on Dec 12, 2019

    So cute !!!!

  • Kay
    on Dec 12, 2019

    Absolutely beautiful!

  • Misty
    on Dec 12, 2019

    could you use hot glue. or wire a pick to stem?

  • Barb C
    on Dec 13, 2019

    Did you really start the wreath with 6 $12.99 evergreen pics and then add on from there?

    • Chloe Crabtree
      on Dec 13, 2019

      Yes, this is how I made it, so simple, right?

    • Dawn
      on Dec 19, 2019

      So expensive- right?

    • Sharon
      on Dec 19, 2019

      It is t expensive if you shop sales, use the coupons, or compare the price to ordinary premade, run of the mill wreaths. This is a beautiful wreath, made well but simply. I find that people find a way to pay for the things that they want - sometimes by checking the sale papers! Great job, Chloe!


    • Lisa
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Use branches from an old Christmas tree......people give those away free.

    • Marie
      on Dec 19, 2019

      I would use real items found in my yard or ask neighbors for pine cones...cheaper and just as functional.


    • Just me
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Or use 6 of the Christmas trees from dollar tree. (They look even better than these expensive branches)

  • Lisabeth
    on Dec 19, 2019

    So pretty! Thanks for the idea😊

  • Susan East More
    on Dec 19, 2019

    Very pretty.

    Nice job.

  • DenisandBev Marotzke
    on Dec 19, 2019

    How do I save this

  • Kris
    on Dec 19, 2019

    How can i share this with a friend, there is no share button

    • Sue
      on Dec 19, 2019

      If you got it in messenger, forward it

    • Beverly
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Theres a F in the Left hand corner where the start of the wreath is shown with the 6 branches. click on the F,


    • Bonnie B
      on Dec 19, 2019

      I have the Hometalk app. There are no share options or "F's" in the corner. I've wanted to share several ideas to Pinterest but can't from the phone app.

    • Rosie-Jim Dryer
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Kris I'm having the same problem. I would also like to save to pinterest.

    • Judy
      on Dec 19, 2019

      There is a share sign on top of theproject

    • Rosalia
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Push the three dots in the right hand corner in the beginning of the tutorial you'll see options share is one of them

    • Rosalia
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Push three dots in the right hand corner in the beginning of the tutorial Cher is one of the options

    • Chloe Crabtree
      on Dec 19, 2019

      Kris, If you haven't figured out the share, you can copy this link and share it or bookmark it on your phone or tablet or computer: http://celebrateanddecorate.com/how-to-make-a-snowflake-wreath/


      If you would like to see my videos live, you can just click "follow" at this link: https://www.hometalk.com/tv/member/2303646/chloecrabtree1

    • Cindy Jo
      on Dec 20, 2019

      Near top right you should see an arrow pout up from an outline of box, probably to left of an X.

      CLICK THE ARROW TO SEND in messenger or click copy link to paste in email or in Facebook oage, etc

    • MaryAnn
      on Dec 28, 2019

      I share to Pinterest from Hometalk App all the time. It was a little tricky at first but I finally got it. After you view and read comments return to the top . You need the Internet menu. Next to where Hometalk.com appears, there is a box with an arrow pointing up. It's on the right. Press that box. The Air Drop Menu should appear. In the center there are various Apps listed, move it left, until you see the Pinterest P. Wait about 20 seconds. Press that P. It will give you a drop down picture menu.( if it gives you the Oops nothing to save, go back and press the

      Pinterest P again) sort through the pictures until you locate one from the presentation you want to save. Press the picture, go to the bottom lower Right and press the red button. It should take you to your Pinterest account Menu. Then chose the Board you want to save it to and press. It should now be on the Board you chose. If Pinterest is busy it can sometimes take a couple to 5 minutes to post. Air Drop can lead you to other functions, but I've never tried them. However it should work the same way. MA.

  • Jane Fisher McRoberts
    on Dec 19, 2019

    That’s beautiful!!!!

  • Luz
    on Dec 20, 2019

    How did you secure the pine cones in the middle?

    • Chloe Crabtree
      on Dec 20, 2019

      They were picks with pinecones on them. I stuck the ends of them into the styrofoam. You can also take pinecones and wrap a wire around the top of them, twist it tight and stick it into the foam.

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  • Linda Abate
    on Jan 3, 2020

    Such a beautiful change from the normal Christmas wreath found on entry way doors. This is really beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I love making my own wreaths for the holidays, not only for myself, but to give as gifts. This is a definite to make for next year.

  • Claudia Laigast
    on Jan 17, 2020

    BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!



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