Hey there Pebbles friends and fans, Becki here. I am SO excited to share with you a piece of DIY snowflake wall art I created as a part of snowflake week here on the Pebbles blog. I wish that I could say that I LOVE snow and I guess, in a way I do. I think it’s beautiful. I just wish it wasn’t so cold! When we took the Christmas decorations down in our home things looked a little bare. As nice as it felt to have some of the clutter put away I do enjoy having some seasonal decorations up in my living room. I started by gathering a few supplies from my stash of Pebbles goodies.
I grabbed some snowflakes and some stickers from the Winter Wonderland collection as well as some gold foiled Thickers. I chose a piece of blue snowflake patterned paper from the Holly Jolly collection. This project came together so quickly!
I started by trimming the blue snowflake patterned paper to 8×10. Then I arranged the die cut snowflakes around the patterned paper. Many of them are off the edge of the patterned paper.
Then I added the “let it snow” sentiment with gold foiled Thickers. After adding the sentiment I tucked a few of the snowball stickers around the Thickers.
After I put the DIY Snowflake wall art in the frame I decided that I wanted something that would make the snowflakes stand out a little bit more. Once again, I went to my Pebbles stash and found these large rhinestones that fit perfectly in the centers of a few of the snowflakes.
I love how this cute snowflake frame looks in my living room. I also LOVE that it only took me 30 minutes to create a new winter decoration for my home. Thanks for stopping by the Pebbles blog today. I’ll see you again soon!