Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Icy Christmas Branches!

Happy Wednesday!
My kiddos and I have been under the weather these last 5 days and did not have the strength to do anything. I did a lot of resting. : )

Today, I have a really inexpensive way to spruce up your Christmas decor.

Materials you will need:
Branches
White spray paint
Epsom salt fine
Spray adhesive

Spray paint your branches and let dry. 
Next, you spray the adhesive in small section and by the handful add Epsom salt. Let branches dry over night.
Take foam and moss and insert into a vase or anything you want your branches to go into.
Here it is all done. I was going to add ornaments or small garland, but I love the icy look better. 
I love how these turned out and most importantly this project only cost me $4 dollars. Love it and I also LOVE your sweet comments. Drop me a line. Have a great week.

Vanessa




Spray paint your branches and let dry.

8 comments:

  1. Vanessa, your icy Christmas branches are lovely!

    Thank you so much for sharing your creativity and talent on "A Little Birdie Told Me..." Tuesday at Rook No. 17

    Just a reminder that if you leave a comment on the post before 5:00 Eastern Time today, you'll be eligible for the drawing for the $25 Hodgson Mill gift card.

    Warmest wishes,
    Jenn

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  2. Perfect little niche to place your pretty creations; love the white branches with the dark red glass!

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  3. Wow, that's a neat idea. Love it!

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  4. Very pretty!! I'm now following you too :)

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  5. Love you icy Christmas Branches, so pretty. So pretty in the red vases and on your mantel. Love the frame on the mantel also. Thanks for joining in on Sunday's Best and sharing your Christmas branches project with us.

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  6. An inexpensive and beautiful project Vanessa. I agree with "a few pennies" - the niche is the right place for this cute project!!

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  7. Vanessa,

    Thank you so much for linking-up to "A Little Birdie Told Me..."!

    I've spotlighted your post on my Facebook page today.

    Wishing you the happiest of holidays,
    Jenn

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