How to Make a Snowman Wreath for $10 from Dollar Tree

This “fluffy Frosty” Dollar Tree DIY snowman wreath idea is so cute, so easy, and so cheap to make! We’ll show you how to make a snowman wreath in just a few minutes and for around $10. Make it as a Christmas wreath, then leave it up as a winter wreath until the snow melts (but this snowman won’t melt like Frosty!)

Love Dollar Tree Crafts? Be sure to check out this Dollar Tree candy cane wreath, our new Dollar Tree Christmas wreath, and this super simple Dollar Tree Christmas swag wreath — all from only dollar tree items. And bonus, check out our favorite Dollar Tree Christmas tree decorating hacks, too!

Easy Fluffy DIY Snowman Wreath

Easy DIY Snowman Wreath from Dollar Tree, Remodelaholic

As the festive season approaches, there’s no better way to usher in the holiday spirit than by engaging in some delightful Christmas crafting. Today, we bring you a charming and budget-friendly project – the Dollar Tree Fluffy Snowman Wreath.

Not only is this snowman wreath a joy to make, but it also adds a whimsical touch to your holiday decor – just hang it on the door. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process step by step of how to make a snowman wreath from only Dollar Store materials. One trip to the store and one Christmas movie crafting session later, and you’ll have your own fluffy DIY snowman wreath for your front door.

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Why A DIY Snowman Wreath is a Great Christmas Craft

The Dollar Tree Fluffy Snowman Wreath combines simplicity and creativity, making it an ideal Christmas craft for various reasons. Firstly, it’s budget-friendly, utilizing affordable materials all from Dollar Tree. Secondly, the endearing snowman design evokes the festive spirit, making it a perfect addition to your holiday decorations.

Crafting is a wonderful way to spend quality time with family and friends during the festive season. So, gather your loved ones and embark on this joyful crafting journey. Bonus points if you watch Frosty The Snowman or Frozen as you craft.

So, do you want to build a snowman…?

How to Make a Snowman Wreath (AKA Fluffy Frosty)

Easy DIY Snowman Wreath from Dollar Tree Materials

Supplies

Christmas House Snowman Wreaths, 22x18-in.
Crafter's Square Synthetic Leather, 11.75x20 in.
Essentials Microfiber Duster Mop Pad, 11.81x5.51 in.

DIY Snowman Wreath Tutorial

Step 1: Trim Wire Frame

Use wire cutters to clip off the arms or bend the wire arm sections until they pop off.

Step 2: Cut Up Mop Pad

Cut the mop pad into sections — 3 sections will make fluffier snowman, 4 sections will fit the frame more narrowly.

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Step 3: Glue Mop Pad to Wreath Form

Place the cloth mop pad fluffy side down on your work surface, then place the wreath form on top.

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Using plenty of hot glue, attach one section of the mop pad to the front of the wreath, wrapping the entire front of the frame and the edges with the fluffy microfiber cloth. (You can see what it looks like here from the back.)

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Repeat this process around the entire lower section of the snowman wreath form.

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Continue gluing the mop pad to the upper circle section of the wreath form until it is completely covered.

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Step 3: Add the Hat

Cut a piece of faux leather/fur/felt a little bit larger than the square part of the hat.

Glue the square of material to the front of the hat, then wrap it around the edges of the hat section and secure the excess to the back.

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Step 4: Make the Hat Brim

Cut a piece of material the width of the wire wreath form hat brim and a couple of inches long. Roll this piece of the hat material into thirds and hot glue to secure in place.

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Glue onto the wire hat form, covering the wire on the bottom of the hat.

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Isn’t this the cutest touch!

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Step 5: Add the Scarf

Tie the scarf around the neck section and trim the end as needed.

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Step 6: Display

Hang the snowman wreath on a hook or wreath hanger.

Easy DIY Snowman Wreath from Dollar Tree, Remodelaholic

Variations for the Craft

Give your Snowman Wreath a unique twist with these variations:

  1. Top it Off: Add accessories to the snowman’s hat, such as a red ribbon (or strip of leftover felt) and a button, or a bit of greenery and holly berries. You could also add your own arms using twigs, and cut mini mittens from the felt or fleece scraps.
  2. Seasonal Swap: Change the scarf color and accessories to match different seasons or holidays.
  3. Snow Family: Craft a trio or group of snowmen wreaths for a charming family display.
  4. Personalized Touch: Add small ornaments, mini stockings, or a personalized name tag for an extra special touch.

Add More Winter Cheer with a DIY Snowman Door

Decorate your door like a snowman quickly and easily with this printable snowman door kit. Print on paper and tape on, or print on magnetic sheet for a metal door, or printable window cling paper for a sliding glass door.

Dollar Tree DIY Snowman Wreath Questions

Can I use a different type of fabric for the wreath?

Absolutely! Get creative with your fabric choices to customize the look of your snowman wreath. You can use material you have on hand, such as a cotton or fleece fabric (cut in strips) to wrap the wreath form or tied on to make a rag wreath.

You could also wrap the form with loop yarn or chenille like this easy yarn wreath, or use white yarn (with a double or triple strand) to make a woven snowman wreath like this. Use our trick to make a bunch of pompoms quickly to make enough fluffy white pom poms to tie on to the wreath form to make a snowball snowman wreath!

If you’ve got more time, white paper would also look great as a curled paper snowman wreath! (but that’s for indoor use only, clearly)

Or, while you are at Dollar Tree, pick up a white fleece scarf, faux fur scarf (like we used for the candy cane wreath), cotton bar mop towel or wash cloth, faux snow Christmas tree felt drape, white deco mesh or even a pair of white socks to cover the wreath form!

What if I can’t find a Dollar Tree snowman wreath form?

If your store is sold out, you may be able to purchase wreath forms in bulk online. You can also make your own by using 2 sizes of embroidery hoops (or these Dollar Tree wreath rings) or an 18-inch wire wreath form and a smaller 8-inch wire wreath form. Attach the 2 hoops together with zip ties.

Then you’ll just need to make your own hat — use a square of cardboard to sub for the wire wreath frame, or see how we made a paper Frosty the Snowman hat here.

Can I make this with kids?

Definitely! This project is family-friendly, making it a delightful activity for children with adult supervision. If you’d like an even easier and more kid-friendly DIY snowman wreath, make this paper snowman wreath.

Easy DIY Snowman Wreath from ONLY Dollar Tree Supplies

This "fluffy Frosty" Dollar Tree DIY snowman wreath idea is so cute, so easy, and so cheap to make! We'll show you how to make a snowman wreath in just a few minutes and for around $10. Make it as a Christmas wreath, then leave it up as a winter wreath until the snow melts (but this snowman won't melt like Frosty!)
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Ingredients

  • 1 Dollar Tree snowman wreath form
  • 1 small sheet of black faux leather faux fur, or black felt (Dollar Tree)
  • 1 small red scarf or strip of felt or fleece Dollar Tree, or recycle one you have
  • 3 Dollar Tree microfiber duster/mop pad cloths
  • Hot Glue Gun/glue sticks
  • Wire cutter optional
  • Scissors

Instructions

  • Use wire cutters to clip off the arms or bend the wire arm sections until they pop off.
  • Cut the mop pad into sections — 3 sections will make fluffier snowman, 4 sections will fit the frame more narrowly.
  • Place the cloth mop pad fluffy side down on your work surface, then place the wreath form on top. Using plenty of hot glue, attach one section of the mop pad to the front of the wreath, wrapping the entire front of the frame and the edges with the fluffy microfiber cloth. (You can see what it looks like here from the back.)
  • Repeat this process around the entire lower section of the snowman wreath form.
  • Continue gluing the mop pad to the upper circle section of the wreath form until it is completely covered.
  • Cut a piece of faux leather/fur/felt a little bit larger than the square part of the hat.
  • Glue the square of material to the front of the hat, then wrap it around the edges of the hat section and secure the excess to the back.
  • Cut a piece of material the width of the wire wreath form hat brim and a couple of inches long. Roll this piece of the hat material into thirds and hot glue to secure in place, covering the wire on the bottom of the hat.
  • Tie the scarf around the neck section and trim the end as needed.
  • Hang the snowman wreath on a hook or wreath hanger.

Notes

Variations for the Craft
Give your Snowman Wreath a unique twist with these variations.
Top it Off: Add accessories to the snowman’s hat, such as a red ribbon (or strip of leftover felt) and a button, or a bit of greenery and holly berries. You could also add your own arms using twigs, and cut mini mittens from the felt or fleece scraps.
Seasonal Swap: Change the scarf color and accessories to match different seasons or holidays.
Snow Family: Craft a trio or group of snowmen wreaths for a charming family display.
Personalized Touch: Add small ornaments, mini stockings, or a personalized name tag for an extra special touch.

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Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.

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