What does it feel like living in a country where Christmas is celebrated as early as September? I think you can guess it right. It feels totally awesome! Chances are, you get to hear Jingle Bells while shopping for Halloween costumes or see a full display of colorful lanterns on the streets even before Halloween. For me, it gives excitement and a cheerful disposition towards others. Anyway, like I said, Christmas is earlier here than any other part of the world, so we already erected our tree and slowly hang ornaments. This years Christmas tree theme is winter wonderland. You guys must have seen my DIY Christmas balls in our bare tree. Today, I am sharing an easy tutorial of the additional decor we hung to our 6 feet faux evergreen-- glue snowflakes.
They can be frosty.
They can be clear.
So easy to make.
You will need:
big ceramic plate
decorating materials like sequins and beads (optional)
1. Create a design at the back of the plate. Allow it to dry before scraping off.
2. Apply more more glue by tracing the back, creating a snowflake which is strong enough to stand.
3. Add sequins or bead to decorate. I used sand for my frosty snowflakes.
4. Tie the snowflake with a string before hanging in the tree.
Trust me. This is a very cheap project with a beautiful outcome. Wait until my next Christmas entry to see what I'm talking about! :)