Winter Snowball Wreath GIVEAWAY!

**This giveaway is now closed.**

The winner of the snowball wreath is…

Congrats, Diane!  Please contact me at [email protected] and let me know where to send your new wreath!

Remember my winter snowball wreath?

Well, it’s been sitting just inside my front door for a week now. It has been replaced with my new spring wreath, and I have no place to store it, so I’m giving it away!

Spring doesn’t officially start until March 20th, so you’ll still have just about a month to display the winter wreath, and hopefully you’ll have a place to store it until next year. If you’d like to enter to win, here are the details:

  • Prize: One “snowball” wreath made by yours truly.  (Disclaimer:  It’s not actually made of snow.  😀  The wreath is made of Styrofoam, Epsom salt, Mod Podge, and hot glue.  I’ll even throw in the chevron fabric hanger and bow.)
  • To Enter: Simply leave a comment on this post.  It’s that easy!
  • Giveaway Closes: Friday, February 17th, 2012, at midnight CST
  • Number Of Winners: One
  • Prize Ships: Anywhere in the contiguous U.S.  (So sorry, Hawaiians, Alaskans, and international readers!  I wish I could afford to send it anywhere in the world!  Please know that I greatly value you, too!!)
  • The Fine Print: One entry per e-mail address, please!  Winner will be selected via and announced on this post on the morning of Saturday, February 18, 2012.



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  1. How fun! Thank you so much for doing this. I hope I win, and I hope the wreath is the only “snow” I see this year!

  2. I think this wreath is really beautiful and unique. I would love to have it. Oh, and I do have a place to store it.

  3. Pick me – Pick me 🙂 I absolutely adore this wreath! If we don’t win my 9 year old daughter wants us to make one for next Cmas!

  4. This would look awesome on my Colorado front door, especially since we have been snow covered for too long. Love it! Xoxo

  5. Love this wreath. Will make one if I don’t win.
    I am going to have to paint my front door for sure now because it wouldn’t show up to well on the white. Have been putting that off for way to long now.

  6. I am such a big fan of your site. I was so thrilled when I found it. I go back each day and look at all the
    cool stuff you do and wish I had the money to do those things. I love the wreath, but for financial reasons
    I couldn’t afford to make one. I have been saving balls as I find them, and looking for different ways to
    come up with it a little cost effective. I would be so proud to win it!! Display it with honor and of course
    your website along with it!!

  7. Thank you for a chance to win this lovely little wreath!! It would look spectacular on my front door in snowy Colorado!!

  8. Well of course I would love to win this!!!!!!!! Adorable! And since I live in Colorado, I can display this thru April and we’ll STILL behaving winter!!!!!


  9. As I am probably the only one entering who lives on Nantucket Island, and owns a pet pig named Sir Francis Bacon who sleeps on the couch, I think I deserve the lovely wreath. Don’t you agree?

  10. Love the wreath! Had to laugh when I read that you already have your spring one up, as we probably won’t see spring here until April or May! Lots of time to display this, if I’m lucky enough to win, LOL! If not, plan on making one! They are so cute!

  11. I would love to win this it is beautiful I would hang it on the door the day it arrived thank you very much for giving this away very nice of you!

  12. LOVE this wreath! It would look fabulous on my front door and I promise to tell EVERYONE where it came from! Which could be a big deal since we’re on the news every Christmas! Just sayin! 😉

  13. I’d love to have the snowball wreath….it would look terrific on my black, front door. (that’s hard to say)!

  14. I would love it. We have snow here until May most years and have seen patches of snow in June so I could keep the wreath hanging for a long time!

  15. I have the same problem. I have probably 30 wreaths and they are such a space-hog. I’m thinking of hanging a curtain rod from rope hooks in the ceiling to store them (throw some tarp or something over & pray not too many bugs/spiders/animals make a nest! LOL)

  16. What a cool wreath! We were in our new first home this winter and didn’t even get a wreath up. Pathetic! This is a great giveaway, would love to be it’s new owner!

  17. I love all your post, I think this could be updated for Valentines Day, With hearts and red ribbon. Would like to try it. Me,me, me!!

  18. I always loved this wreath and meant to try making one of my own but it kept getting bumped to the bottom of my “to-do” list! 🙂

  19. I have loved this wreath & now I am hoping I can love it even more on my door 🙂 I am addicted to your blog!!

  20. Hi, Your wreath would look SUPER on my door in Florida …’cause we don’t
    have any snow ! My Neighbors will be Jealous …Ha.. :))

  21. I love your blog…. Any chance in your spare time you could start one around your move to eating healthy? Your results and shares about it are so inspirational!!

  22. Love this wreath, and VERY much enjoy your ideas and your inspiration pictures. And think you did amazing work in all of the rooms you’ve redone. You seriously rock. And you do things until its right. Love it 🙂

  23. Love this wreath. It is classic and fun at the same time. This wreath may provide the most snow we get in Kansas City this year!

  24. I would totally use this for more then winter decorations. I think an all year round door hanger is what my home needs. Add little this and that’s to it for Easter etc. then when winter comes around again a you wouldn’t have to repack it again and again and again.

  25. Such a cute wreath! I would love to have it….and would FIND a place to store it! Sunny California NEEDS a few SnowBalls!

    1. So glad, Diane! I was afraid it might break in transit. If you take it out to use next winter, and the Epsom salt has lost it’s luster, you might try a can of iridescent spray glitter to add some shine. 🙂 Enjoy!

      1. I love the idea of the iridescent spray glitter (I’ve never seen this before…brand?) as I actually have a snowball garland that I purchased several years ago and it has a sort of iridescent fuzziness to it. Yes…this wreath is soo me! Yay!
        Thanks again!