DIY Winter Wreath

Welcome back to Haley’s Beauty Room and for Blogmas Day 9! How are we already 9 days in to December? I could have sworn yesterday was Thanksgiving. Anyway, today I wanted to share a DIY project perfect for the season!

Typically everywhere you go throughout this time of the year will have wreaths upon wreaths for sale. You can find some cheap ones that are okay, but the really nice ones are outrageously expensive. Why drop a ton of cash on a wreath that you could make yourself? Here is where I come in, I am going to show you how to make a super affordable and adorable Winter Wreath.

This wreath is also perfect because you can keep this up all Winter long, not just for Christmas time. So, if you’re interested in how to make a sparkly, Winter wreath, then keep on reading!


  • 1 Grapevine Wreath
  • 1 Giant Roll of Ribbon
  • 4 Glitter Snowflake Ornaments
  • 9 Glitter Pine Cones
  • 1-2 sticks of floral beads
  • Hot Glue Gun

You can get whatever size wreath you prefer, you may just have to adjust the other supplies as needed. For my ribbon, I selected a sparkly, silver snowflake ribbon, to go with my red and silver theme. You can also choose whatever color glitter snowflakes and pinecones you would prefer to make it match with your other decor.

Step 1

Wrap your ribbon around the wreath as desired. Using your hot glue gun, secure where the two ends meet on the backside of the wreath.

Step 2

Secure the glitter snowflakes throughout the wreath using the hot glue gun. I placed mine evenly across the wreath.

Next, secure the pinecones in groups of three on the wreath. Once finished, your pattern should be snowflake, pinecones, snowflake, pinecones, etc.

Step 3

Randomly place the floral beads throughout the wreath. There is a not a specific pattern for this, so you can place them however you would like. Secure them with the hot glue.

Final Step

Adjust the ribbon as needed and hang on your door.

That’s it folks! Super easy wreath that looks expensive, but is homemade. I purchased all of my supplies from Hobby Lobby and it only cost about $30. If you go to Hobby Lobby, make sure you check when they have their 50% of sales!

What type of wreath do you like during the season? Let me know in the comments!

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