DIY Winter Wonderland Hanukkah Wreath

Check out this Winter Wonderland Hanukkah Wreath!



  • Prepared yarn covered wreath form, in white (Want to see how to do the yarn? Check our Valentine’s Wreath
  • 3 Plastic snowflakes (I found a 6 piece package at the dollar store)
  • Hot glue gun & glue
  • 3 Prepared salt dough ornaments (1 Star of David & 2 snowflake)


Begin by attaching your plastic snowflakes to your yarn covered wreath with hot glue.

snowflakes on wreath

Overlap them slightly, attaching them in a way that they follow the curve of the wreath.

Allow the glue to completely set then carefully attach the Star of David & Snowflake Ornaments with hot glue.  Attach the snowflakes, towards the outside first and then add the Star in the middle, gluing it to the other two ornaments.

Hanukkah wreath 2 (1)

Allow glue to completely dry before hanging.  Slip a blue or white ribbon through the wreath, tying a bow at the top to hang your wreath.

Hanukkah wreath 5

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3 comments… add one
  • Great use of easy to find & inexpensive materials - a great a project for all the family to get involved in.
  • Your wreath is so pretty and so easy to make! I love those dough ornaments!
  • This wreath turned out really cute. I like the salt dough ornamants. I would like to make a wreath for my mom.

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