These colorful mesh shower sponges reminded me of floral mesh, so I decided to use them to make a pretty, light up Frozen-inspired wreath for my daughter's door.

Crafting supplies can get expensive, and I’m always looking for inexpensive substitutes, especially when a trip to the craft store is out of the way.  These colorful mesh shower sponges reminded me of floral mesh, so I decided to use them to make a pretty, light up Frozen-inspired wreath for my daughter’s door.

frozen wreath

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  • Mesh Shower Sponge, $1 (I used 2)
  • Wire, on hand
  • Foam snowflakes, $1
  • Battery operated lights, $2 and up
  • Ornament, on hand

Total:  $5 and up


step 1
Step one:  Cut the string at the center of the sponge to unravel the mesh tube.

step 2

Step two:  Cut approximately 2 feet of wire.  Wrap the light strand around it.

step 3

Step three:  Slide the wire into the mesh tube.  I put a small bulb ornament on the end of the wire to make it easier to slide through without catching the mesh.

step 4

Step four:  Twist the ends of the wire together and shape into a circle.

Step five:  Hot glue the snowflakes onto the mesh and hang an ornament from the center of the wreath if desired.

shower mesh wreath

I tucked the battery compartment into the wreath holder hook before hanging the wreath on top to hide it.  You can tape or glue the compartment in place.  Photos really don’t do this wreath justice!  It emits such a beautiful glow when it is lit at night.  Everyone in my home gasped when I turned it on! This winter wreath will be a beautiful door display as we transition from Christmas.