Modern Snowflake Window Dressing
Cover inexpensive foam balls with white clay to create an indoor snowstorm. It's simple to make and creates a beautiful wintry impact in any room.
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- foam balls of various sizes (1/2" - 3")
- white foam clay (1 packet covers approx. 25 balls)
- clear fishing line
- translucent drinking straws (7-1/2" long)
- clear buttons
- tension rod
- upholstery needle
- rolling pin
- baking sheets
Determine the Number of Snowballs
1. Measure your window then divide the length by 9. Use this number for the average number of snowballs you'll need for each strand. Divide the width by 4; use this number for the number of strands you'll have. Multiply the average number of snowballs for each strand by the number of strands you'll have to determine the total number of snowballs you'll need.
1. Cut lengths of fishing line about 1 foot longer than the length of the window.
2. Tie a clear button onto the bottom of each string.
3. Tear off a piece of foam clay and roll it into a ball. Using a rolling pin, roll out the foam to about 1/4-inch thickness (Image 1). Wrap the foam circle around the ball and pinch it together to completely cover the ball (Image 2). Pinch away any excess.
4. Shape the ball with your hands and then roll between your palms to smooth out slightly.
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