I love the subtle elegance of white and silvery snow decor. When I took down my Christmas wreath I knew I wanted to do something pretty like this. And with out unseasonably warm Oregon winter this year, maybe it will be a good omen and draw some sparkly snowflakes our way.
Today I'm joining 35 other craft bloggers in celebrating everyone's favorite precipitation - Snow!! Be sure to check out the linky at the bottom of my post to get inspired by others' snowy posts going live today. (if you're an e-mail or RSS reader you may need to click through to my post to see the links).
- Grapevine wreath
- Grey spray paint
- Silver and/or clear glitter
- Snowflakes (mine came in a 6 pack from my local Dollar Store)
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
- Felt scraps (optional)
- White organza ribbon for hanging
Step 1: Paint the Wreath
Step 2: Add sparkles
Step 3: Add Snowflakes
Step 4: Add felt pads (optional)
Step 5: Hang
Remember how I said 35 others are celebrating snow, too? Be sure to check out the other posts by following the link party below. It will populate throughout the day, so be sure to pin it and come back to check on it (if you're reading this via e-mail or reader, you may need to click through to my post to see it).