Friday, December 18, 2015

Create A Falling Snowflake Wonderland

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how to create a falling snowflake wonderland in any room of your house!
 We finally have snow on our ground! But, it took until now to get here :) I wanted to speed things along a little bit in the snow department, so I created a cute little snowflake wonderland in our house for our kids. I knew they would love it and get a kick out of it. Plus, it's sort of whimsical and fun to look at, and a little mesmerizing at times...especially at dinner since I decided to hang the snowflakes in our dining room.

This was a super easy project, the hardest thing was trying to find where to put all the snowflakes. I tried in a ton of different places, but ultimately decided to do it in the dining room since it wasn't already too busy in there from other decor. So, it made a super simple little accent piece.

To create these, I used the clear Command Brand hooks, some snowflake ornaments, and white thread.
how to create a falling snowflake wonderland in any room of your house!
 I placed the hooks onto the ceiling, then hung the snowflakes from varying lengths of thread.
how to create a falling snowflake wonderland in any room of your house!
 Had I not ran out of snowflakes, I probably would have covered most of the ceiling with these. I love how they turned out. They are a little tricky to photograph though since any movement sends them twirling...but that just adds to the magic, right? :)
how to create a falling snowflake wonderland in any room of your house!
 You can barely see them in the photos against my white wall, but they are there!
how to create a falling snowflake wonderland in any room of your house!
 Next year, I'm going to go bigger and better. Maybe make my own snowflakes and hang them in our kids rooms. Wouldn't that be awesome for a kid? It's totally going to happen, mark my words :)
how to create a falling snowflake wonderland in any room of your house!
 On that note, Christmas is one week away! I feel like I just barely decorated and all of a sudden it's going to be taken down soon :( I think I'm starting to get separation anxiety already from the thought of it.

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3 comments:

  1. So cute! I did something similar inside our faux fireplace box. Next year I'll have to steal your idea for the ceiling.

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  2. oh that would be cute inside a faux fireplace!

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