You can make this simple Snow pallet in about 15 minutes! A very easy winter craft that looks adorable on a tabletop easel or wall. Produce your own snow this winter!
Easy DIY Snow Pallet
If you like snow, here are a few others you may enjoy:
● Snowflake Bead Wreath Craft DIY – this is simply stunning.
● Framed Button Snowman Craft – so easy to make!
● DIY Wine Glass Snowman – super cute!
● Snowman Mason Jar Craft DIY – super simple to make.
● Snowman Garland Craft – cute on a mantel or across a window.
● Make Your Own Snowman Window Cling – the kids will LOVE this one!
● Used is a small pallet sign from a local hobby store. It came with the twine on the back. If you plan on hanging and need to attach a hanger, so so first.
● We painted snowflakes on the board in white – blue is another good snowflake color choice.
● The letters were purchased in white. If your letters are bare wood, paint them before starting the project and allow them to dry completely.
Easy DIY Snow Pallet Materials
● Plank Sign or Small Pallet Board
● White Wood Letters: S, N, O, W – scale them to the size board you are working with!
● White Puffy Paint
● White Buttons
● Low-temp Glue Gun and Glue Sticks or Goop
Easy DIY Snow Pallet Directions
● Lay down your pallet or sign on a covered flat surface.
● Arrange your snow letters as you would like them to be (these are done so it reminds you of falling snow!)
● Glue the letters in place (you can use goop or a low-temp glue gun).
● Layout the buttons in a pattern you find pleasing.
● Glue white buttons in place.
● Using white puffy paint, paint some snowflakes to fill in the gaps. You may also want to use jeweled, store-bought snowflakes or white, snow bought snowflakes instead or in addition to the puffy paint. If in addition to, glue first, paint second.
● Allow to dry.
● Display as you would like – on a tabletop art easel or on the wall or door.
This is a simple craft that looks great!
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