How to Make a Snow Queen Wreath
As the weather gets even colder and Christmas starts to creep up on us, get yourself ready for the big day with this gorgeous snowflake wreath to make. Decorated in icy blue colours and with a sparking crown on top, this wreath is fit for royalty!
Project with thanks to Caroline Giles
1. Wrap the entire wreath with blue yarn and secure the ends with a hot glue gun. Once the wreath is covered repeat with the white and blue twine, making sure that this is more spaced out around the wreath.
2. Cut the sides off the foam crown and then embellish it with gems. Place in the centre of the wreath and glue into place.
3. To create the flowers draw round a CD with pencil. Cut a spiral starting on the outer edge of the circle approximately 1 cm from the edge. Continue until you reach the centre of the circle. Make sure you don’t cut right to the centre- leave a small circle of felt to give your flower a neat finish. You should be able to create three flowers from each sheet of felt.
4. Once the spirals are cut, the flowers can be made. Starting at the beginning of each spiral, tuck in the end and roll the felt, keeping the inner edge flat. When you reach the centre use a good dab of glue on the flat edge and then stick the remaining circle down to secure and finish the flower. Place a gem in the centre of the flower.
5. Once you have created all of your flowers, arrange them around the crown on the wreath and glue into place.
6. Glue the wooden snowflakes in place, sticking blue and silver gems to the centre of each. With all of your chosen ribbons together make a bow and then stick it centrally underneath the crown to finish.