Updated Snow Wreath plus Blog Hop

There are crazy snow storms and low low temperatures all over the last couple of weeks. So to celebrate (I guess if that is something you celebrate) I updated my Winter Wonderland Wreath and some my friends have created a bunch of snow inspired posts for you to enjoy while sipping hot cocoa. Go sit by the fire and let these fun snowy projects inspire you.

Snowflake Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

I took my winter wonderland wreath that I created last year and decided it needed some sprucing up.

When I was in middle school, I was obsessed with snowboarding and snowflakes. I loved them so much that I bought a bunch of glittery ones and hung them from my ceiling in my bedroom.

My mom saved them (probably as per my request because I’m pretty much a pack rat but not in a weird way) and gave them to me with a bunch of other random Christmas decor from my childhood. I stumbled upon them when I was decorating for Christmas this year and thought they would be a great way to spruce up my winter wreath. 

Snow Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

I grabbed my wreath, glittery snowflakes and some white glittery pinecones that I found at Michael’s. 

To make the wreath go here. Then come back here for the touch ups.

Snow Inspired Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

I added four snowflakes and two pinecones. 

Easy Snowflake Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

I used hot glue to attach the snowflakes and pinecones. Be careful not to burn your fingers when sticking the snowflakes on.

Snowy Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

The placement of the snowflakes and pinecones could go anywhere.

I did mine in the same pattern just on opposing sides of the wreath.

Pinecone and Snowflake Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

I really like the look of the clean white on white on white. It just reminds me of the beautiful snow (not that we are getting any of it here).

Snowy Inspired Wreath at thebensonstreet.com

I am glad I dug out my old winter wonderland wreath and gave it some new flair. 

Now here are all the other great snow inspired projects and tips! Go leave my friends some love!Snow Inspired Blog Hop

Snow Inspired Decor by Melissa from Hollyhocks & Honeybees

Snowflake Craft by Kaylynn from Among the Young

Snowball Recipe by Adrienne from Free Time Frolics

How to Run in Cold Weather by Andie from Maybe I Will

Organizing Winter Gear by Candice from She’s Crafty

Getting the Most out of your Leggings by Ashley & Meegan from Flats to Flip Flops

Snow Wreath by Emily of The Benson Street (That’s me!)

P.S. What is the weather like in your neck of the woods?


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I’m Emily, a mom and wife with a passion for crafting, celebrating holidays, and creating memorable moments. From Idaho to the world, The Benson Street is a treasure trove of easy, fun DIY projects, delightful printables, and delicious recipes. With over a decade of experience in blogging and a love for all things seasonal, I’m here to share my tips, ideas, and occasional mishaps. Join me in adding a dash of joy and creativity to every day! Read more…

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  1. There are SO many reasons I love this. First of all – cardboard instead of a wreath frame – that saves a TON of $$$!! Second – who doesn’t love feathers? The list goes on and on. Needless to say, I’ll be chopping up cardboard asap!