If you are looking for a new way to create seasonal wreaths, this rustic grapevine wreath snowman is a fun and frugal twist on a tradition snowman. 3 small grapevine wreaths, an inexpensive sock, and a little twine are all you need to get started. You can add more detailing to your snowman, or even paint the wreaths white, but I love the simple rustic look with a fun and whimsical patterned hat and scarf. Cute socks can be found at Dollar Tree or Target Dollar Spot (or you can rescue a loner from your sock basket) to complete your snowman.
Grapevine Wreath Snowman
- 3 grapevine wreaths
- 1 bright patterned sock
- two sturdy branches
- hot glue gun/stick
Stack and tie wreaths together with twine to create a snowman body. Trim off excess twine.
Cut the toe off one sock 4″-5″ long. Cut a small hole on one side 2″ down from the tip.
Use twine to make a loop hanger at the top, slide sock over twine and pull the twine through the hole you made.
Roll the bottom of the sock up slightly.
Use hot glue to secure the sock to the wreath in several places.
Cut a strip from the sock that is 1 1/2″ wide, tie it around the “neck” of snowman, and glue it down.
Use two sturdy branches from your yard between 5″-8″ long as the arms, secure them to center wreath with a piece of twine, and trim the excess twine.
Hang your fun and friendly grapevine wreath snowman to welcome winter visitors!
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