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  • Jenna Fletcher

    DIY Iced Branches (or give anything that icicle look)... Beautiful Winter Decorations!

  • Dee Jay

    Make Them Wonder: How to make Iced Branches -- Christmas decorations? tree branches + Aleene's Tacky Glue + Colorfill Diamond Vase Filler 1 lb by Garden Splendor + German glass glitter

  • Amy Forsell

    DIY Iced Branches Materials: Tree branches Aleenes Tacky Glue Colorfill Diamond Vase Filler 1 lb by Garden Splendor or 2 lb size

  • Cindy Calzone

    (Great idea if we do a winter wedding) Iced branches: Tree branches, Aleene's Tacky Glue, Glitter, Colorfill Diamond Vase Filler (like by Garden Splendor) 1. Place a sheet of newspaper down for a work area. Step 2. Squeeze tacky glue onto a couple of branches. Smooth it out with your fingers. Spoon Colorfill Diamonds (and glitter) over the glue. Let set for about 45 minutes, then work on the opposite side of the branch

  • A N A

    Holiday Decor Ideas | Iced Branches

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