DIY Snow Flocking (wreaths, live branches and more!)
Snow covered trees, wreaths and branches…..just magical. Don’t you agree?
Did you know you can get that very same look yourself? DIY snow flocking is the way to go for your very own magical holiday decor.
Once you learn about DIY snow flocking, you’ll want to flock it all! :)
I know it’s only Halloween but it’s never too soon to start preparing for the big holiday!
And if you want to do any DIY snow flocking, it’s best to get it going ahead of time.
I did my tree a couple years ago and it’s just so pretty, I couldn’t stop at the tree. I wanted to flock it all!
If you are new here, be sure to hop on over and see the sad little thrift store tree that I turned into a magical Christmas treasure with this DIY snow flocking stuff. ;) It’s a keeper, for sure.
Besides the tree, I also made these plain wreaths I picked up at Lowe’s (15% off, so around $10 each)
I used an old swag (pulled apart) that I bought at the thrift store last year for a few dollars to decorate them with.
Just plain old wreaths. Nothing fancy about them.
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MATERIALS LIST: (click the links below to purchase the items)
Sno-Flock (premium artificial decorative self-adhesive snow flock powder with ice flakes)
Elmer’s Glue All
I simply used some hot glue and the pieces from the swag I pulled apart in and around the wreath.
Then I sprayed them with the DIY snow flocking. (see this post for all the details)
So much fun. ;)
I added a pretty, sparkly ribbon but you could leave that off.
I wanted to flock everything then.
Things like the artificial greenery I usually have out….
And I always use the left over branches from our real tree to decorate with….so I gave them some DIY snow flocking too!
Doesn’t that look like real snow?
I really does and just makes everything looks like a magical, snowy wonderland.
I still have a bunch of the snow flocking left over so I know I’ll be at it again this year!
Nothing is safe from me and the snow flock, I tell ya! ;)
I just love it.
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If you haven’t yet visited my post “DIY Flocked Tree“, pop on over there to see how I turned this old thrift store tree into a snow flocked beauty!
Click HERE to see it AND a few more helpful tips I have on applying this Sno Flock!
Enjoy and hope you have fun with this. :)
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I think I want a flocked tree this year. Yours is beautiful!
Thanks Vickie! I have really enjoyed it! (and so has my family) There is just something truly magical looking about it. :) xo
Absolutely gorgeous wreath thank you for showing us
Thanks Norma :) And you are also very welcome as well!!
I love all your flocked items, but especially that beautiful tree you did! I would love to do one, but I have to be lucky enough to chance upon a cheap one somewhere because I wouldn’t want to mess up an expensive one, just in case I didn’t do it right (which is totally a possibility!) Or maybe I should should buy a small one and try that! Anyway, the wreath is also gorgeous…. maybe I should do one of them first to practice! You made it look so pretty! I really love it! xo
AW thanks Karen! Yes, I think that is a great idea! Pick one up at the thrift store for a few bucks, or even an old wreath to try. It’s not hard at all, you can do it! ;) xoxo
Thank you for the encouragement, Nancy! I just wish everything you do was as easy as you make it LOOK. :) xo
You are welcome and hahaha, okay, if you say so! ;) xo
So cool!!! (See what I did there? hehe). Very nice… the flocking give it a bit of sparkle, too! I may have to incorporate some in my decor this year!
Haha, yes I did!! ;) And yes, I love the little bit of sparkle in the flocking. It’s just so pretty!
Pretty excited. Just found this tutorial. I haven been sick since before Thanksgiving and am “late”doing my Christmas decoration sick, while sick, I decided I needed to redo my Christmas look. Since I didn’t want to spend tons of money, I am going to flock my wreaths and trees instead! Headed to store now!
Oh yay!! Sorry you have been sick but I really think you will like the flocking a lot! Feel better! xo
Where do you get the snow from?
Hi Margie! There’s a link here in the post under where it says “materials list”. :)
Love your ideas and the flocking makes it look like a winter wonderland
Thank you Donna, I think so too!! :) xo