A snow flocked wreath adds just the perfect touch of winter beauty to your Christmas decor! Have you ever wanted to try to snow flock a Christmas tree or Christmas wreath yourself, but felt hesitant because you didn’t know how difficult the process would be? If so, you are not alone! We use snow flocked Christmas wreaths all the time during the holiday season, but Snow flocked wreaths and Christmas trees can be really EXPENSIVE, so we wanted to try and see if there was a way to do it ourselves and save a little money in the process.
We ordered a product called Snoflock from Amazon and tested out to see how easy it was. It actually turned out to be pretty simple. You do have to spray water on the wreath or tree to adhere the snow, and sprinkle the snow powder at the same time, so it was helpful to have two people doing the flocking- but you could do it yourself if you have to. The only drawback with the project is that you need to wear a mask because “snow” dust does fly everywhere and it can be quite messy. The manufacturer recommends applying the snow powder outdoors, and I do think that is best – next time we try it we will DEFINITELY do it outside! Some links in this post may lead to websites where we are an affiliate. Click [HERE] for our disclosure statement.
WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO SNOW FLOCK A WREATH:
Snow flocking powder: https://amzn.to/2yyvAgB (affiliate)
Spray bottle filled with water
Christmas wreath, tree, or garland
**After trying it out ourselves, we highly recommend that you use a mask and gloves when doing this project, and it is best to do it outdoors because it can get messy!**
WATCH OUR HOW TO SNOW FLOCK A WREATH VIDEO…
If you try to flock your own Christmas wreath or Christmas tree, let us know how it turns out!
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