Hey sweet friends! Now that it’s December (can you even believe that?), those of us in the northern states can anticipate the arrival of the “white stuff” any day. As much as I love watching pretty snowflakes fall outside, I get equally excited creating a wintery scene inside the house. Today I have a DIY wood snowflake project to share with you; the perfect way to enjoy winter without the cold! 😉
We crafted this DIY wood snowflake out of scrap 2×2’s, and a miter saw.
All of the cuts are 30 degree angles, fitting the long pieces together in the middle…
And and attaching the smaller pieces around the perimeter. My engineer attached the pieces with wood glue and brad nails. Our love for rustic decor is a ideal match for our less than perfect DIY skills. 😉 (shh, don’t tell him I said that…)
I think I’ll leave this one “unfinished”, and add some painted and glittered snowflakes with it for an abundance of cozy texture this winter.
If you’re in love with rustic decor on a budget like we are, check out these other great scrap wood projects over at Reinvented.
Thank you so much for hanging out with me today! Enjoy your holidays and I’ll see you back here in January!