Boy, do I have a surprise for you!! 25 talented creative bloggers have teamed together to share a fabulous collection of crafts and recipes for you to bake and create this Holiday season. Each sweet blogger has chosen their favourite Christmas movie and then based their project or recipe on that movie! So get comfy with your favourite beverage in hand and let each blogger lead you to the next, and spread some Christmas Sprinkles! Be sure to finish the hop all the way through to the end for all the Christmas movie goodies!
Let’s meet the hosts!
It was so hard to make a decision on what Christmas movie to chose. As I have a ridiculous amount of favourites on my to watch list every Christmas!! So after thinking about it for a bit, I decided to go with a movie that all of my family enjoy. After all of the giggles and never-ending quoting lines out of the movie Elf, it was a perfect choice. Plus I have a love for snowflakes and dream to one day see a white Christmas. We usually experience really hot days here in Australia over the holidays with not a snowflake in sight!
The next lovely lady to share their awesomeness is Paula from Paula Tisch. So be sure to pop on over and see her wonderful project and see what movie she chose!
DIY Window Snowflake Sign
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- Old Window – The more lumps and bumps the better.
- Sander with 180 grit sandpaper
- Silhouette Cameo – If you don’t have a Silhouette Cameo try using Large Letter Stickers.
- White Vinyl
- Transfer paper
- Christmas Wreath
- Battery Operated Christmas Lights
- and of course Elf the Movie 😉
Step 1 – Give the entire window a sand removing any loose paint. Clean the window from any dirt and dust using window cleaner and paper towel.
Step 2 – Depending on how old your window is, remove any paint spatters using a paint scraper. The one I used was pretty badly painted and needed some tidying up!
Step 3– Using your Silhouette Cameo and some White vinyl and cut out the words “Baby It’s Cold Outside” and 3 snowflakes. That was one of my favourite scenes in the movie watching Buddy the Elf and Jovie sign this song together! I used the font Nightstar and found the snowflakes in the free Silhouette library. Apply to the window using transfer paper.
Step 4 – Wrap your lights around your wreath ensuring that the battery pack is at the back. The pain of glass was missing from the centre of this window so I just inserted the wreath into that space. If your window is completely intact use a command hook to hang your wreath.
Voila!! There you have a DIY Window Snowflake Sign all ready to spread some Elf twinkle to your decorating.
Don’t forget to pop on over to say hello to Paula and see the next fun project to make!
Happy Blog Hopping!