Frosted Twigs DIY Bouquet
Oh what fun it is to make such a spectacular Christmas craft. This DIY Christmas decor idea is sure to charm its way right into your heart and your home. Nature crafts have never been so easy or produce such elegant results. You'll love this rustic Christmas craft that gives a homey and whimsical look to your DIY home decor. Not only will you want to display this epsom salt craft during Christmastime, you may want to leave it out all winter long. Frosted twigs glisten pleasantly for all to see when you embark on this wonderful Christmas craft idea.
Estimated CostUnder $10
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Primary TechniqueDIY Craft
Project TypeMake a Project
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Nov 10, 2017
Such an easy and simple project! And so many ways to embellish this and make it your own! I could see gluing in some plastic crystal rhinestones here and there or even entwining some sequined strands or metalic cording around the twigs for added dimension. Add tiny red, green, gold, white or silver bows here and there for added fun! Clever and fun project idea!
Oct 30, 2017
This is a very simple twig bouquet for a Christmas touch on table or mantle and it only uses twigs you find in woods,glue and Epsom salts. Yes that is what makes it twinkle. So fast and very inexpensive . Make some for friends and family while you are at it.Super idea.
Feb 02, 2017
I've made these with my kids and they're just beautiful. We hung Christmas tree baubles from the branches, and my kids added their own handmade decorations. Next Christmas I think I'll add twinkling fairy lights and strings of pearls. It's only February and I'm already excited about it. Although, thinking about it, these would make beautiful decorations all year round.
The Designing Peng uin
Oct 24, 2016
Another simple and relatively inexpensive Christmas decoration - I like the suggestion to add strings of pearl beads, too (see below) -
Jul 09, 2016
Very cute idea. I definitely will make this for the holidays. There are always branches in my yard and I can pick out just the one I want. I like it the way it is but I am going to add some small red ornaments and maybe some strings of small Pearl beads.
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