November 10th means it’s HOP TIME!! Every tenth of the month we share 10 theme’d ideas with some of our favorite blog buddies. It’s so fun to pick a theme and see where our projects, crafts and recipes end up. Sometimes we have the same (this month we have 2 yummy snowball cookie recipes, one is stuffed) and along with our Let it Snow sign, there is another colorful version. Different styles to choose from, gotta love it. Hope you dig this fun winter sign, we love our vinyl cutter! Be sure to visit all of our 9 pals snowflake ideas just under the collage pic, you’ll love them!
Keep reading! Fun snowflake gift ideas, decor ideas, dessert ideas and MORE!
Snowflake Wall Hanging | The Crafted Sparrow
Snowball Cookies | Your Homebased Mom
Glittered Clothespin Snowflakes | Eighteen 25
Let it Snow Sign | Lolly Jane
Silk Screen Mug & Snowflake Poem – Perfect Neighbor Gift | Or so she says
Printable Snowflake Holiday Tag with “Snowflake” Apples | Thirty Handmade Days
DIY Let It Snow Sign and Snowflake Craft | Landeelu
Snowflake Almond Fudge | Capturing Joy
Snowball Cookies | Simply Kierste
Snow Fresh Snow Clean Printable | Two Twenty One
Supplies needed for this easy snowflake sign:
- pressed plywood (ours is 24″ tall x 18″ wide)
- Snow White acrylic paint + Desert Turquoise acrylic paint
- stencil (or free hand)
- foam brushes
- Snowflake font, (10″ diameter) Let it Snow font (3″ tall x 14″ wide)
- Stain wood, let dry.
- Apply snowflake sticker, press down hard to create a seal.
- Paint board white, peel off snowflake, let dry.
- Apply “let it snow” lettering stencil, paint inside blue, peel off, let dry.
ps: Aren’t those little globe lights adorable? A gift for the holidays from Martha, available at Home Depot or snag them now on Amazon! They are adorable, we’re considering taping them off and painting the cord gold…
Please pin so your friends can make one too!
Last year at this time we made these upcycled spindle ornaments,
Also visit our 6 Snow Day Activities for Kids ideas.