Make A Winter White Wreath for Under $5!

Our Crafty Mom
by Our Crafty Mom
Like so many of you, I love to decorate for each Season but need to stick to a budget. I am always looking for ways to create beautiful things for as little as possible. This lovely winter wreath totally fits the bill!
Start off with a bag of poly-fil. You can find this at most craft stores or online. I picked some up on clearance in the Christmas section believe it or not. I grabbed a foam wreath from the Dollar Store and pulled out sections of poly-fil.
Start out with a bag of poly-fil found at any craft store, a Dollar Store foam wreath, twine and your hot glue gun. I simply pulled out pieces of the poly-fil and wrapped around the wreath using twine to adhere it. You can also add hot glue as needed, but this didn't realy need much.
Make it as full as you like. I made mine nice and full, using about half the bag. Once done, I attached a winter stem that I picked up for 80% off at the craft store after Christmas. With the snow and white berries it is perfect for a winter wreath.
That is it! Look how pretty this wreath looks on the antique mirror over my mantel? It looks like puffs of snow and it was so simple to make. If you liked this project please stop by my blog for more thrifty home decor and craft projects. Here is another inexpensive wreath tutorial using burlap
Here is a full view of it hanging over my winter Mantel which you can see here.

Thank you! Have a great day!
Our Crafty Mom
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  • Our Crafty Mom Our Crafty Mom on Jan 23, 2017
    Thanks so much! Michelle

  • Deb55097247 Deb55097247 on Dec 26, 2021

    Merry Christmas!!

    Thanks for such a wonderful idea!! Makes me want to run downstairs& get my backlog of fiber fill!! This is a definite try me.

    Thanks so much also for a look at your beautiful home!