Frosty Wreath for Snowmen

Hey everyone! Happy Sunday!

You may remember a few weeks ago when I shared our new Frosty Stitches online technique class at Needlepoint.Com. It teaches you all about stitches for snowmen and all different kinds of snow. Well, today I wanted to share how adorable they look displayed on this frosty wreath I made!

Frosty Wreath

This was such an easy little DIY project! All I needed to display the ornaments was two spools of black and white striped ribbon, a styrofoam wreath, and some quilter’s pins.
I started by tacking the ribbon to the back of the styrofoam wreath using  a quilter’s pin. Next I wrapped the ribbon around and around until I made it all the way back to where I started. So simple! (Best part is there’s no glue needed!)

Frosty Wreath

Next I (carefully!) tacked each of the six snowmen to the wreath with quilters pins and tucked their individual hangers in behind the ornaments themselves. I tied a big bow and tacked that down in the empty space at the bottom of the wreath, too!

What do you all think? I love that these little guys aren’t super Christmasy too. I think the black and white is a fun alternative to the typical red and green you see so much around the holidays. They could definitely stay out all winter long in my house!

If you’d like to purchase these little Snowmen you can find them online here- exclusively through Needlepoint.Com!


The rest of our online technique classes can be found below:

Perfectly Tailored Stitches for clothes

Santa’s Beard and Mustache

Frosty Stitches for Snow

Just Bead it!

Ribbonwork

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