How to Make a Carnation Snowman Centerpiece
Bring a whimsical touch to your holiday tablescape with a lush snowman made from white carnations and playful embellishments.
- By Brian Patrick Flynn, Flynnside Out Productions
Filed under: Christmas Centerpieces, Christmas Crafts, Centerpieces, How To, Christmas, Handmade, Crafts
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Cover Middle and Top Spheres
Once bottom sphere is completely covered in carnations, insert mini carnations around middle and top spheres, leaving 3/4 of an inch space between each flower, slightly overlapping petals so spheres are completely concealed.
Cut twigs to approximately eight inches in length with scissors, then insert them into each side of the center sphere for use as arms.
Cut wooden skewers down to six inches in length. Use glue gun to attach buttons to wooden skewers. Next, insert button-covered skewers into the center of the bottom and middle spheres. Lastly, insert two button-covered skewers into the top sphere as eyes.
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