Brrrr. . .Baby it’s cold outside, but perfect weather if you’re a snowman or snow woman!
After the Christmas sprucing of the porch and taking down the tree, my back door of my Potting Shed looked cold and barren and in need of a little winter love.
Years ago I saw a grapevine snowman wreath in Southern Living magazine. Various versions of snowman wreaths have popped up all over Pinterest. It’s easy to build your own, using three graduated sizes of grapevine wreaths, wired together.
My snow woman is wearing a plaid scarf to keep her fashionable and warm, assorted greenery, donning a hat and sporting wellies.
Her hat is a plastic pot, now empty of the poinsettia that came in it, that I cut in half.
The drainage holes on the bottom of the pot are filled with sprigs of greenery and providing a place for a clip on bird ornament to nest.
And wellies were refilled with fresh greens for winter, a garden fork and bird nest for some fancy footwear or snow woman boots.
It’s all about the shoes, even if you’re a snow woman :)
Her pine branch arm is holding a rake with a bird house and trowel while she patiently waits for spring planting.