In couple of weeks my Christmas decor needs to be packed up so it is time to think how to transition my Home decor into winter. I am a huge fan of evergreen decor so not all will be packed away. Some of my mini trees, some ornaments will still stay around for couple of months or at least till Valentines. Winter decor for me is all about snowflakes. It is time to make some with vintage farmhouse touch. I have few ideas but today I like to start with a snowflake diy sign that will decorate my mantel or some shelves around the house. It is time to look around my craft room to see what I can use to make one. I was lucky enough to find couple of fall wooden signs from Dollar Tree that I never worked on…ha ha ha. I guess I was too busy with creating pumpkins. Let’s make Dollar Tree Winter decor. Farmhouse snowflake sign
Let’s go to work and create some Vintage looking Farmhouse Snowflake sign
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Supply list needed for Farmhouse snowflake sign
- wooden board or piece of the wood
- Mod- Podge
- newspaper or book pages
- Spray paint
- snowflake or its template
Directions are pretty easy
- cut or rip your newspaper into pieces and Mod- Podge them onto the board. I like to put a layer of Mod-Podge on the surface first. After paper is installed add another coat of Mod-Podge and let it dry. It usually dries well within 20 min
- When all is dry we can move into next step. I like a rustic farmhouse look to my sign so I am going to use my sand block to distress it a bit specially on the edges. Don’t worry if you rip some paper off …it will actually bring more character to our project
- when you are satisfied with your rustic look it is time to paint some snowflakes. I like to use a spray paint and stencil my snowflake on it. Lucky for me I have plenty snowflakes on my Christmas tree so I borrowed one for that project. If you don’t have any snowflakes handy print one from computer and cutout its shape
- as you can see my snowflake has lots of details and application of spray paint maybe tricky. If I can give you some advice hold your spray paint directly straight above your project further away then you will usually hold. My goal was just to slightly dust my snowflake
- wait a minute before you lift up your stencil to make sure it doesn’t bleed. I am really pleased with how it turned out..wow
- just because I had few small snowflakes I decided to use those too
- don’t you just love it how it turned out? I love it!
Here they are waiting to dry a bit more. I am so pleased how they turned out. Really cool Dollar Tree winter decor!
Can’t wait to style with them after my Christmas decor will be partialy packed away.
My rustic tree that I made looks awesome paired up with my Vintage Snowflake signs
Vintage tree that I made few weeks back looks awesome with my snowflake sign. Here is more info how I made it Vintage Paper Christmas Tree – DIY
Here is more info about my Stamped book stacks Farmhouse Stamped Book Stacks – DIY
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