Christmas Snow Decorations

Every Christmas should be different. The advantage that a person who owns a cutter machine has is that we can make any idea into reality without spending too much money. Every time that I go to the store and see something that I like before I buy it, I see if I can do it myself. When I go home and try to make it, many ideas come to my mind so I always have a very unique and different project. So before you spend a lot of money buying something that you can do by yourself, give yourself an opportunity to try it. You will be surprised to see the wonderful ideas that will come to your mind.

KNK, Omayra, Christmas

This is a really easy and simple project to decorate your windows or glass door this Christmas. The snow flake above is covered with a gift wrap from the dollar store.

Materials:

Settings (Groove-e):

  • F = 48
  • V = 150

Steps:

  1. If you are using a gift wrap to cover the snowflake, then you have to spray the chipboard with the glue on spray and cover the chipboard with the gift wrap before cutting the snowflake. If you just want to use glitter then put the chipboard on the mat and cut the snowflake with your cutter machine.

KNK, Omayra,

The difference in this snowflake from the first one is the glitter. I just cut the Snowflake with my cutter machine, used spray-on glue on top of it and applied silver glitter.

2.  I took the snowflakes and tied them with a fishing line, giving some distance between each of them.

KNK, Omayra,

Post Nov S

3.  Then, I took a piece of tape and stuck the fishing line to the top of the window where it is not visible. And your project is done.

Post Nov

 

Make your own decoration using your unique ideas and you will have a very special Christmas.

Happy Cutting!!!

 

4 thoughts on “Christmas Snow Decorations

  1. Very nice! Rustoleum has the glitter spray paint that is so popular right now. I haven’t tried it yet but I have seen it on other sites and they are happy with the results.

  2. Thank you letting me know Nancy. I am going to try it because I am doing everything for our 25th Anniversary and everything has glitter on it, Lol. Because our Anniversary is on Christmas, I am painting Old Christmas trees (natural ones), white and silver and I am putting glitter on them. But I am going to try those Rustoleum sprays to see if make me work less.

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