A Compact Crate Snow Village From a Crate

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As much as I adore snow villages, I don't have enough extra flat surface in my home to have one. Drat.
So I applied my own junk spin to one!
I rounded up a crate, attached a darling print, and created a little snow scene out of reclaimed finds, that can be hung or displayed anywhere! Complete with little flickering fire pit...
Would this idea work in a little dark corner in your own home?
Here's how I did it!
This cute little snow scene in a crate is perfectly compact and easy for anyone to make!
To create trees, a branch was prepared by cutting the right sized chunk, then drilling a hole. The evergreen branch was simply inserted, with no glue needed.
A perfectly sized crate that could house a clipboard was first waxed (for easy cleaning), then lightly misted with spray snow. Heavy on the bottom, graduating to light on top.
A piece of flannel was ripped to create a tree garland of sorts.
The fire pit was created by placing a battery operated tea light inside a mason jar ring, then topped with faux snow. Tiny sticks top the effect. The flicker it gives is quite realistic!
Click the link below to see more pictures!
The darling printable is from Craftberry Bush. The link below has all the deets!

Suggested materials:

  • Car printable by Craftberry Bush   (https://society6.com/product/red-christmas-beetle_print#s6-2752358p4a1v45)

Donna at Funky Junk Interiors
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