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  • Jessie Schantz

    Epsom salt frosty branch tutorial! http://www.according-to-kelly.com/2012/11/frosty-winter-decor-tutorialfrom-the-v-spot/

  • Kami Hendrie

    How to Decorate Bare Branches for Christmas Decorations -

  • Shelby Bobrow

    @kimberly bobrow A DIY for "Frost your own branches using Epsom Salt." I think a bundle of these frosted branches in a vase, with maybe an evergreene or two thrown in or a bright sprig of berries and some more craft store birds might make a striking centerpiece.

  • Sherri Bodine

    decorate branches with paint, adhesive and epsom salts for a great holiday centerpiece

  • Bobbie Nicholson

    pinterest winter crafts | Frosted Icy Branches - 30 Minute Crafts

  • April King

    DIY frosted, icy branches. Great idea!

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