Winter Fun Snowball Wreath

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Looking for a way to bring the snowy wonder of winter inside? Try making this super easy Winter Fun Snowball Wreath! Just grab your hot glue gun, some fun fuzzy kids snowballs and a foam wreath to create your own wintery fun. This wreath is just one of many of my Christmas crafts on my holiday page!

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Did you see my Buffalo Plaid Tree Forest Entryway I posted? Well right smack in the middle of the post is this snowball wreath. This is such an easy wreath to put together. You could use foam balls, pom poms or a mix of the two. I used these cute fabric snowballs I found in the dollar section of Target. They are large 2 1/2 inch fur fabric stuffed balls.

These snowballs are for kids to throw at each other as a real snowball alternative. I knew the minute I saw them they needed to be on a wreath. So I grabbed around 8 packages (I didn’t want to run out). I used an 18-inch x 2-inch foam wreath as the base.

NOTE: If I had to do this project over again, I probably would have used a flat wood wreath form. Once I got started adding the balls to the 2-inch tall foam wreath I realized I either had to use even more balls to cover the sides of the foam wreath. So I think having a flat base would make the balls stack up and lay on each other a little better. A DIY cardboard base would work too! 

Winter Fun Snowball Wreath

Supplies:

white snowball wreath

Instructions:

add snowballs to wreath

Hot glue the snowballs close together on the outer edge of the wreath form.

How to make a snowball wreath

For the second and third-row: add the snowballs snug in the gaps between the first layer of snowballs. Add 1-inch poms in between the snowballs to hide any holes or large gaps between the snowballs. Make a bow out of buffalo check ribbon and wire it around one of the snowballs. Easy peasy!

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  1. 12.23.17

    This snowball wreath is looking so attractive. Glad I found a new craft for the holiday season.