Winter Rudolph Wreath

Winter Rudolph Wreath

If you haven’t noticed yet, I absolutely adore Christmas decorating. I will keep going until Christmas Day. If there is an empty nook, I need to fill it. I wanted a wreath for a bare wall in our entry and came up with this Winter Rudolph Wreath that has the option of a removable nose. It’s sparkly, whimsical, and my girls love it. It makes me smile every time I walk past.

Winter Rudolph Wreath

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I found a really thick, fluffy white yarn and used that to wrap the wreath.


yarn wrap the wreath

I then painted the entire deer head white.

paint white

I painted decoupage on just the antlers and sprinkled the Buffalo snow flakes on. When it was dry, I did a second coat, more snow flakes, and sealed it. I wanted a lot of sparkle, but wanted to keep the head white.

Buffalo snow flakes

snow flakes

I then used a bit of silver glitter paint to go over the face and ears. Again, just enough to add a bit more depth, but not enough to take away from the overall snowy white look.

silver glitter paint

silver glitter paint

When the head was dry, I attached it to the wreath with my glue gun.

attach the head

You know I love my pops of color and I couldn’t wait to see the pinecones against all the white.


Because the pinecones had “picks” and it was a styrofoam wreath, I just poked each piece in between the yarn, straight into the wreath form.


I kept going until I had a nice little cluster on each side of the wreath.



At this point, I couldn’t quite decide if I wanted to add the red nose or not, so I compromised with myself. I used poster putty for the nose so that I could put it on for Christmas, but take it off for the rest of winter. I love decor that can be used all winter!


My girls and I are loving our Winter Rudolph Wreath and it’s a great addition to our holiday decor!

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  1. How sweet! I have fallen in love with it!!! I’m an avid DIYer and always try to be busy with some new projects. Was searching for a unique idea to start. The Winter Rudolph Wreath made me stop and crazy to make it asap! In a hurry to start. Wish me good luck, Albion! šŸ™‚

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