Have I told you how much I enjoy garland? Okay, okay, so maybe I’m beating the reindeer with Santa’s magical flying stick, but I’ll say it one more time…I LOVE garland. So, when I found these little wood snowflakes at Michaels, I knew I had to turn them into snowflake garland.
What you need:
- Craft snowflakes
- Ribbon or yarn for garland string
- White spray paint
- Glitter paint
I picked up (8) snowflakes from Michaels and simply used (3) coats of white spray paint to turn them, well…white.
One they were dry, I used my tried and trusted Martha Stewart glitter paint to get them glittery and shiny. This took (2) coats.
On a recent trip to Maine I found this leftover yarn my grandmother had lying around. I have no idea what it is, but it has silky tendrils, is bright fuchsia and the perfect base for a delicate garland project. I tied each snowflake onto the colorful garland string and hung that baby up.
Voila! Easy Peasy…