When I saw this in my Pottery Barn magazine last week, I instantly knew I wanted to make my own knock-off version. Especially when I saw that the Pottery Barn version was on cardstock. The above pic is my knock-off and below is the Pottery Barn version. I know they just used the branch for a cute display because they only sell the ornaments but I thought it’d be an adorable Christmas decoration for our family room to put the ornaments on the twig. And the best part? The craft costs around $10 if you already have basic craft supplies on hand!
What you’ll need:
Snowflake Patterns (you can download the ones I created free here)
Fine tipped paint
Small Scissors for cutting (I used quilting detail scissors)
Branch (I purchased a grapevine branch at a craft store for around $4)
How to Make It:
First gather your supplies and print the images on white cardstock. Cut the snowflakes carefully. Warning: it is a bit time consuming so grab seat in front of TV and watch a show you love to help pass the time.
**The snowflake stencil I used is from here. I edited in a Word doc to add the red font lettering.**