Cookie Cutter Christmas Wreath If making cutout cookies isn't your thing, use cookie cutters in a new way this Christmas. To make this wreath, arrange large cookie cutters on a paper-covered work surface in a circular shape, and fill in the gaps with smaller cookie cutters. Glue the arrangement together with an adhesive appropriate for metals; let dry. Spray-paint the wreath, if desired, and finish with a festive bow.
Hang mini white ornaments from tree branches to achieve the look of gently falling snow.
Draw white snowflakes beneath an inexpensive glass or clear-plastic plate.
Water, cranberries, a branch of greenery and a floating candle.
24 Christmas books and crafts to go along with them.
our neighbor does this kind of display on her front porch. love it.
Use your vases and oversized glass containers to craft these pretty snow globes.
DIY Snowball Wreath -- Hot-glue fuzzy white pom-poms over three small foam wreaths, overlapping the pom-poms to fill in any gaps. Cut a length of ribbon and hot-glue the wreaths to the ribbon. Tie extra ribbon into a simple bow and hot-glue it in place at the top. Tip: Look at the wreaths from all angles to make sure you have completely covered the foam bases.
Snowballs make for great wreath inspiration!