The Harry Potter Snow Owl Wreath is the perfect addition to your Harry Potter Yule Ball Christmas. It is an easy do it yourself wreath that will light up your front door or wherever you choose to display.
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My theme for the 12 Days of Holiday Ideas is the Yule Ball from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This wreath compliments the theme with the greenery, snow and lights.
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How to make Harry Potter Snow Owl Wreath
Since my theme for the 12 Days of Holiday Ideas is the Yule Ball from Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, I wanted to keep my wreath very subtle but include the things that really make you feel like you are at the Yule Ball: lights, snow, greenery, nature, and of course, a snow owl like Hedwig. I picked up a green wreath, pine cone and snow flowers picks, a string of lights that operate on battery and have a time function, a set of snowy pine cone ornaments and a snow owl. You may need floral wire and scissors to complete the project.
First step is to string the lights around the wreath, spacing the lights evenly. Be sure to attach the battery box securely on the back. You may need floral wire to do this.
Next I arranged the pine cones and snowy floral picks at the bottom of the wreath. Cut off any extra that is too long for the wreath. Attach with floral wire if needed.
Next arrange and attach the snowy pine cone ornaments. The last step is to attach the owl using floral wire around his feet.
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