Do you love Santa Hat Wreaths? I’ve seen lots of variations of them over the years, but I’ve never made one. The one I made doesn’t use a Santa hat, though.
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I love creating fun seasonal decor pieces for our sunroom. That’s the room that we have our main Christmas tree in and the one we gather around on Christmas morning.
Santa Hat Wreath
For this wreath, I cheated a little. I re-worked a wreath that I made several years ago. At that time, Gloria lived in an apartment and her decor was lots of glam. I made this Gold Tipped Feather Wreath for her Christmas decor that year.
You can find the details of how easy it is to make a feather wreath by clicking below.
To recap how it’s made, I used a foam wreath, batting, and craft feathers.
I used the batting to cover the wreath form. It’s pinned in place with ball head pins.
The feathers were added in groups using hot glue.
I added feathers until it was full and then added in the gold tipped feathers. After Gloria moved into her home, she and Georges opted to go with farmhouse decor, so the gold tipped wreath came back to me for storage.
When I saw it recently, I decided it would be a great wreath to use for my Santa Hat Wreath. I removed all of the gold tipped feathers and trimmed down some of the outer feathers.
I found these Santa hat chair covers at Dollar Tree a few years ago. I bought four of them and used three of them on our bar stools. They were cute, but they only held up for one season. That’s not bad considering they were only $1. I found this one that I didn’t use in my Christmas craft bins this year and decided to use it for a fun wreath.
Since it’s almost 20″ wide, it fits over the top of my feather wreath. I used a couple of ball head pins to hold it in place.
I folded it over on both sides to make the hat shape.
To keep the folds in place, I used double sided tape.
Since I already had the feather wreath, it only took about 5 minutes to turn it into a Santa Hat Wreath.
The Santa Hat Wreath is hanging on one of the French doors that opens into the sunroom. The cute little bow is another Dollar Tree find. I guess it was meant to be a scarf of sorts. I tied it into a bow around the doorknob.
I’m using lots of colorful decor in our sunroom this season. Traditional colors of red and green, along with white have this space looking holiday ready.
Supply List for Santa Hat Wreath
- Foam Wreath Form
- Hot Glue Gun
- Pearl Head Pins
- Santa Hat Chair Cover
- Double Sided Tape
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Santa Hat Feather Wreath