Happy Holidays party peeps! Need a quick idea DIY Christmas Wreath idea? Well, today I’m sharing my step-by-step tutorial and supply list to make these modern and chic DIY Black and White Bling Snowflake Christmas Wreath for under $40!
Okay, I have to admit, making my own wreaths has become a bit of an obsession! They are so easy to make and the creativity that you can use in making your own, is such a creative thrill for me. Don’t get me wrong….your girl LOVES to SHOP to find the perfect decor piece! But instead of getting frustrated when I can’t find what I have in mind…there is something invigorating about being able to make EXACTLY what you have in mind easily and affordably by making it yourself!
When decorating my house for Christmas, I like to match my entry/foyer decor to my dining table when hosting a dinner party. Want to see the full dining table post with lots of tips? CLICK HERE. I decorated the table in a modern and chic, black and white color palette. I wanted to include a black and white wreath in my entry’s decor but couldn’t find ANYTHING! So, with a few supplies from Oriental Trading I was able to whip up this DIY Christmas wreath in literally 20 minutes! Oh yeah!
HOW DID SHE DO THAT?
HOW TO MAKE A BLACK AND WHITE SNOWFLAKE DIY CHRISTMAS WREATH
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
• large wreath form with flat edges
• 1 roll of 1 1/2″ black and white striped ribbon
• hot glue
• white chipboard snowflakes
• clear self-adhesive rhinestones
• black and white baker’s twine
• 1/2″ round rhinestone
STEP #1: WRAP YOUR WREATH!
Using 1 1/2″ wide ribbon, fully wrap a large wreath form with the ribbon. Secure the end with hot glue. You will have extra ribbon leftover. Be sure to check out my matching dining table HERE where I show you how to use some of the extra ribbon.
STEP #2: MAKE A WREATH HANGER!
Tie a piece of black and white baker’s twine to the top center of the wreath and then tie a loop on the other end to create a hanger to hang the wreath on a hook.
STEP #3: EMBELLISH SNOWFLAKES WITH RHINESTONES!
Punch out the large snowflake from the chipboard (as shown) and place rhinestone stickers on the points of the snowflakes. Finish with a larger 1/2″ round rhinestone for the center.
STEP #4: SECURE THE SNOWFLAKES TO THE WREATH!
This is where it’s important to make sure you use a flat edged wreath. It makes it easier to lay the snowflakes flat on the wreath. Using hot glue secure the snowflakes to the wreath in the pattern shown.
STEP #5: HANG YOUR FINISHED WREATH!
This DIY Christmas Wreath is meant for indoor use. I hung it on an indoor tabletop shepherd’s hook in my bar cart that I decorated to match my dining table. How fabulous does the wreath look and it matches perfectly!
WANT TO SEE THE MATCHING DINING TABLE?
Want to see the full dining table post with lots of my signature “Girlfriends Tips? CLICK HERE.
SHOP THIS LOOK!
Check out my Pinterest Board HERE with links to the items purchased for this making it super easy to recreate this look.
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I love wreaths as decorations as you can use them as the main centre piece or the focus of a room. Problem is they are so expensive! Can’t wait to try and make my own.
Angela Tolsma says
I love love your bar cart! This wreathe is so inspiring! I want to make my own! One day I will!
Melanie Smith says
That is so wonderful! I love it for my Christmas decoration!
Mihaela Echols says
This is super cute!
Such a gorgeous wreath!
Sarah-Louise Bailey says
Black and white stripes was a unique color for Xmas but it also and will always stands out in every occasion. Love your snowflakes and Xmas wreath version.
You make that look so easy! I never really have faith I can make anything like that… but you really make it look simple, elegant and I can not wait to try it!
Amber Myers says
This is so neat! Love the colors. I need to make this.
tara pittman says
I am seeing more and more of this black and white for the holidays. I really like the way it looks
Amy Jones says
I’m in love with all your DYI’s! I really like this one wreath. It’s definitely something different from the usual stuff
Jacqui Odell says
This is so cute!! I want to make one for my door. It looks a little boring. My door that is!
Cristina L. says
Awesome wreath and so easy to make it. Perfect for kids activities.
How fun!! This wreath is very cute and I love the black and white theme yiu got going
Christian Melanie Lee says
Creative diy just in time for Christmas. I’ve never seen like this beautiful wreath.
Jackie Taylor says
Awesome Christmas DIY!! Love it! 🙂
What a super Christmas craft tutorial! Adorable! I love the stripes – they remind me of the film Beetlejuice, lol!
I absolutely love this wreath! You did a great job putting a modern twist to it. The use of black and white stripped ribbon is fantastic! Thanks for sharing!
Ana De- Jesus says
Oooh I love the monochrome aesthetic it looks fantastic! The Christmas wreath makes a far cry from traditional pine wreaths and I like that!
Debra @ Traveling Well For Less says
This is a beautiful wreath. I love how chic and elegant it looks. While I love a real wreath, the black and white make such a nice contrast.
Isaly Holland says
Wow. This looks great! Im gonna have to make this next year. It looks so simple and fun.
Elizabeth O. says
You are so creative! This is awesome! I love how the wreath turned out. It’s sophisticated and elegant!
Emma white says
That looks fabulous! I wish I was as creative as this, gonna give it ago but doubt it will look as nice as yours lol
Debbie-jean Lemonte says
Wow! This is amazing. I didn’t realize it was so easy. And the color palette? Yes! I am in love.
I love how this wreath turned out. I looks easy enough to make and I love the idea of the gems on the snowflakes for extra sparkle. This is something my older girls would enjoy doing as well. Thanks for sharing.
Vera Sweeney says
I love how this turned out!! The colors are great and perfect for this time of year!
Jill Conyers says
I’m a big fan of stripes so I love this. I’m DIY challenged and even I can do this.
Hey Sharonoox says
The black and white color wreath looks unique and lovely. Love the snowflakes on it. For me, red and green are still the traditional Christmas color.
Wow, that would totally go with my room colors. Great idea.
Sondra Barker says
I love this idea! It looks so chic and effortless, but still very impressive!
I love this! I love that your wreath is totally different than the traditional red and green. Pinned!
Super cute! Love it!
Dawn Gibson-Thigpenw says
what an awesome and chic wreath. this would so work with my decor this year.
Carol Cassara says
What a classy looking wreath! It would be nice to have this hanging on your doorstep! I think it’s lovely!
Misty Dawn Nelson says
That is really awesome and I really love the set up love the color.
Krystle Cook says
This is so cute! I love snowflakes in my decorating so this is perfect.
Robin Rue says
The black and white decor is so stunning. I love what you have done here with this!
I’m not that great at crafts. But this looks easy enough for me to actually enjoy making!