It feels strange writing about a snowman wreath and it’s 70° outside today, and just last week it was in the teens. This DIY Grapevine Snowman Wreath is super easy to make for the month of January. It’s a great way to reuse your old grapevine wreaths that most of us don’t use anymore. I chose to use only two grapevine wreaths, but you could always add a third to make it a traditional snowman. However, I can’t because I have two Labradors that are outside all the time and love to chew on everything! My grandmother knitted this hat and scarf for me now I will always be reminded of her when I see it.
~gloves (if you choose)
~2-3 grapevine wreaths
To put your wreaths together get a piece of wire and wrap it around where you want them to connect. Make sure to wrap it several times with floral wire to secure them.
Place the knit hat on top of the snowman head and use your wire to secure it. I weaved my floral wire through the holes in the knit hat and tied them together on the back so that the wind cannot blow the hat off.
Next you’ll wrap the scarf around your snowman’s neck and tie it how you choose. I wrapped mine around the snowman’s neck and had branches come out the holes in the back to hold it in place. Then I wrapped it around some of the branches in the front to secure it snuggly to the snowman.
If you choose you can add the gloves to your snowman, but as you can see it is not a necessary step. When you make a snowman using this step-by-step tutorial please come back and share your creations with us. We love to see what you have made from our tutorials.