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Snowman mini wood pallet ornament

Snowman Mini Wood Pallet Shape Wreath

Hello friends and happy Thursday! It is hard to believe Christmas is a little less than two weeks away!  I  know here in Central Illinois many wish for a white Christmas! I  actually dream of a 70 degree and sunny Christmas, but I  can't help but love the Snowman Mini Wood Pallet Shape! It's so adorable! I  first thought I  would create a cute little ornament for the tree but then had the idea to make a winter-themed wreath!  


I   began by painting my Snowman Mini Pallet Shape with a white chalk paint. Chalk paint is one of my favorites to use with Clear Scraps Wood Products because it looks great on the birch! Plus, it dries quickly!   I  wanted to add a patterned paper as the hat, so using a liquid adhesive, I  applied a strip as shown. 


Using scissors and an x-acto knife, I  cut away excess paper.  I  then used my sanding tool to smooth any edges.  Finally, I  was ready to add embellishments to my Snowman!


For my wreath, I  used an embroidery hoop with some beautiful shimmer blue ribbon. I  even added the same ribbon as the scarf on my Snowman Pallet Shape. Next I  used my hot glue gun to affix the Snowman to the bottom center of the wreath.  I  also adhered  smaller embellishments from the collection I  used around the wreath's inner circle.   



Thank you for stopping by today! I  hope this inspires you to do some crafting with one of the Clear Scraps' Wood Pallet Shapes! You will find lots of inspiration on our blog! Have a great day!

Additional products used:  patterned paper, stickers, chipboard: Simple Stories; chalk paint: Plaid; bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; adhesive: Beacon; misc: embroidery hoop, twine, ribbon, hot glue gun. 


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