Clothespin Snowflake Kitchen Cabinets Wreath

7 Materials
$10
2 Hours
Easy

Ok y'all, THIS.


This was a crazy idea but I went with it.


I wanted mini wreaths for the kitchen cabinets, but I did not want to break the bank, so I came up with this cheap and easy clothespin snowflake wreath! Check out my step-by-step tutorial to help you create your own!

Wooden Clothespins

Gather Your Materials

  • wooden clothespins
  • wood glue or hot glue
  • white paint
  • paintbrush
  • ornament hanger
  • dollar store wreaths
  • ribbon
Break the Clothespins Apart
Break the Clothespins Apart

Break the clothespins apart. They will look like this

Glue Together
Glue Together

Glue them together with your wood glue or hot glue gun and then you are ready to pain them

Paint
Paint

Once they are glued together and painted they will look like this.

Lay out the Snowflake
Lay out the Snowflake

Assemble them in sets of 8. Use your hot glue gun to make sure they are connected. I also used a little star on the middle to make sure they stayed glued and to hide the glue blob on the middle

Add an Ornament Hanger
Add an Ornament Hanger

Next, glue an ornament hanger that you will use to secure the snowflake to the wreath.

Attach Ribbon the the Wreath
Attach Ribbon the the Wreath

Next you will need a cheap dollar store garland. Bend it into the shape of a wreath and find some ribbon to hang.

Add Snowflake to Wreath
Add the Snowflake to the Wreath

Put it in the center and secure it.

A little video of the process.


DIY Kitchen Cabinet Snowflake Wreaths
Hang

Now is time strap your ribbon and hang them. To hang them I added a little hot glue to the inside of my cabinets, you can use a 3M hanging sticker too. I was working on a budget.


I just love how they look! They bring festive cheer to my kitchen for the holiday season and they were cheap and easy to make to boot!

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  • Joni Ishibashi Joni Ishibashi on Jan 17, 2020

    Wonder how they would look with glitter on them. Or some pearl stuff. Can't think offhand what pearl stuff is called.

  • Darlene Darlene on Oct 08, 2020

    Beautiful!! Why not make some & sell as a fundraiser? I think they're awesome

  • Jennifer Shook-Alberini Jennifer Shook-Alberini on Oct 08, 2020

    How r u holding them up without them falling down while opening n close the cupboard door? I can’t wait to get start on mine

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  • Cherry Cherry on Nov 02, 2021

    OMG, love it. 😃 i am definitely making these!!!!!! Thank you for posting!!!🍒

  • Linda Abate Linda Abate on Nov 02, 2021

    WOW, this is such a cute idea. Certainly easy enough to make and not a ton of money. Love that you have also made a snow flake with a larger size wreath.

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