So happy to be a part of See Vanessa’s Craft 20 Crafty Days of Christmas!
Today I’d like to share our Let It Snow Sign, a simple DIY Christmas decoration!
The following are materials needed for the projects: hole puncher, Christmas ribbon, glitter glue, glue, chip board letters, red felt board sign (or red felt glued to tag board), sparkly foam snowflakes (found at craft stores)
I first spelled out the letters Let it Snow and positioned them how I wanted them to look on the red felt sign. I knew I wanted the snowflakes around the outside of the sign so I made sure to center the letters the best I could. Once I liked how they looked I glued each one onto the felt. Make sure to use lots of glue to ensure the letters stay on.
Next I glued the snowflakes around the edges to my liking. It’s all up to you how many you want to use. If you have a child helping they might want to glue snowflakes all around and that’s perfectly acceptable! Personally I liked how 3 looked so that’s what I chose.
After gluing on the snowflakes I used the green glitter glue to and traced over the letters. Again, it’s all personal preference as to what color you want use. I really liked how the pop of green looked against the red felt!
Lastly, punch two holes at the top and choose your favorite festive ribbon to tie through. Once it’s all dried you now have a nice little addition to your Christmas decorations! Simple and fairly mess free!
Tricia is a stay at home mom to three young kiddos. She has a passion for early childhood education and all things photography. She considers her blog Imprints From Tricia her happy place where she writes about kid activities, learning through play, child photography tips, thoughts on motherhood and memory making.
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