These wooden snowflake blocks add charm to your Christmas and winter decor alike! Let me show you how easy it is to make a set for your home.
Want to make some fun and easy decor that will last all winter long? How about making a set of these wooden snowflake blocks! I love that these fit right in with my Christmas decor and can also be used once the holiday season has comes to an end. Let me show you how easily these come together!
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Supplies you’ll need to make your own set of Wooden Snowflake Blocks:
- 2x4x4 Wood Block (4 Pack)
- Snowflake Cutouts
- Pickling White No Pain Gel Stain
- Walnut No Pain Gel Stain
- Fluff Dixie Belle Chalk Paint
- Makeup Sponge
- Gorilla Super Glue
You’re going to start this project with a set of 2x4x4 wooden blocks. The set I worked with is from Twin Knobs Woodworks and came with 4 blocks. As you can see, I only used 3 of them for this project. Grab a set HERE.
The snowflake set I used also came with 4 designs. You can totally use all 4 with your block 4 block set if you need that many for your space.
The stain color I used for the blocks is a custom mix of No Pain Gel Stain colors from Dixie Belle. To create the custom color, I added 3 tablespoons of Pickling White to a full can of Walnut. If you don’t want to make that much of the custom mix, simply reduce your ratios.
Stain each of your blocks using the custom stain mix.
I use a clean cloth when staining small areas.
Simply add a layer of stain and wipe back the excess. Let that coat of stain dry.
Next, use Dixie Belle Chalk Paint in the color Fluff to paint the snowflake cutouts.
For small projects like this, I like to use a makeup sponge to apply the paint. When using a makeup sponge to add paint to a surface, pounce the paint on in up and down motions. Be sure not to rub the paint onto the surface.
Once your snowflakes are dry, you can glue them onto your wood blocks.
I used Gorilla Super Glue as my adhesive.
Once the glue is dry, you’re ready to place these in your vignettes.
Didn’t they turn out so cute. I love how simple they are!
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