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
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.
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