I made this Snowflake Door Hanging that can remain up all winter long!
This month’s challenge for the Make It Fun Team was a chance to work with these foam sheets to create DIY Wall Art. I could make Christmas crafts all day long. However, I figured it would be best to come up with something that could be used throughout the rest of winter.
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Materials needed to make Snowflake Door Hanging
I created a free printable template for you to trace and use. You can get your free template HERE!
I printed the template and cut it out with scissors. Pin the cut out image to the foam sheet.
Then I used the Styrocutter to cut out a foam snowflake.
Once the snowflake was cut out, I gently “sanded” the edges to smooth them out. Then, I grabbed some Mod Podge and FloraCraft® Diamond Dust to give them a shimmery frozen fractal look. Paint a light coat of mod podge on cut snowflake and then coat with diamond dust. Set aside and let dry.
Repeat the above process for two more snowflakes.
Then I hot glued the finished snowflakes to a piece of silver ribbon and added a bow! I turned the middle snowflake to give it some dimension.
I LOVE how it turned out! You cannot even tell this is foam!
Bonus: If you are throwing a Frozen party, this would make a great decoration too! Who knew you could make such adorable things out of foam? You have to have a styrocutter! It’s a must have crafting tool!