Chipboard Snowflake Board

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January is upon us again with short daylight and long nights. What do you do with the weeks between Christmas and Valentines’? I feel like my home is so Barron after the Christmas decorations come down. A few years ago, Avry and I started making winter-themed decor to put out during the month of January. We have been using a blue and white theme, I love how it has brightened up my home to have some light seasonal decorations out. We try to create a few new pieces to add to our winter decor collection each year. This year I found some chipboard snowflakes in our collection of craft supplies. We decided to create a simple Chipboard snowflake Board.

To create your own sign you will need:
Chipboard or other pre-made snowflakes
Thin wood board (mine measures 6″ by 12″)
Thin wood trim
white paint
hot glue gun/ glue

Begin by painting your thin wood board white and allowing for time to dry. Glue wood trims around your board using a hot glue gun. glue chipboard snowflakes in the desired pattern in the center of your board.

This was such a fun and simple way to add another piece to my winter collection. I love that we left the chipboard raw and unpainted. I know that it doesn’t fit with our blue scheme but I like how it turned out and it still complements the look we are going for.

How do you like to decorate during the January month? For more winter theme decor ideas check out our Snow day winter sign and Flakes and Flurries sign.

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