Why Everyone Is Decorating With Fake Snow This Christmas

It might be even better than real snow.

By Hometalk Highlights

It looks great as a window stencil

Especially if the stencil is hanging ornaments.

It adds an extra sparkle to your garland

Blend chalk and white paint to get this look without a snow can.

It can be imitated with epsom salt

Which makes gorgeous snow drift candles.

It looks great on your fire logs

Melt white crayons on those fire logs you aren’t going to use.

It turns Styrofoam into family fun

Cover them in spackling paste for a snowball that never melts.

It won't melt off of your tree

Even if it’s 70 degrees outside, you’ll feel like it’s snowy and cold with a white tree.

It makes stunning tabletop decor

Placing snow covered branches in a white mason jar is an elegant and modern way to decorate.

It turns jars into shimmering snow globes

These are actually super easy to make, and they are so much fun.

And creates a wintry wonderland

Nothing says snow like white trees and woodland creatures.

It can transform your old tree

This is the easiest way to get that snowy look in your home on Christmas.

It adds a winter glow to your home

With some salt and stencils, these add great lights (and a snowy feel) to your home.

It makes easy and beautiful winter decor

Melt some white crayons on a canvas for the perfect winter decor.