How to Make Hanging Rosemary-Wrapped Snowflakes
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- 1/2-inch square dowels
- hot glue gun
- hot glue sticks
- rosemary sprigs
- green floral wire
- battery-operated string lights
- small hack saw
- jute twine
Measure and Mark Dowels
Measure and mark dowels at 10-inch increments. Note: You will need 15 10-inch dowels to complete one snowflake.
Use a small hack saw to cut dowels to size.
Assemble Center of Snowflake
Arrange three dowels so each "slice" is equal. Using a hot glue gun, attach the dowels to one another in this position. This is the center of the snowflake.
Add Points of Snowflake
Building off the center of the snowflake, place a bead of glue at the end of two adjacent dowels. Then add two more dowels, angling them toward one another. Use glue to connect them at a point. Repeat around the center of the snowflake until you have six points.
Step 4: Add Points of Snowflake
Building off the center of the snowflake, place a bead of hot glue at the end of two adjacent dowels, then add two more dowels, angling them toward one another. Use hot glue to connect them into a point. Repeat around the center of the snowflake until you have 6 points.
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Add Rosemary Sprigs
Fasten rosemary sprigs to the frame (front and back) using green floral wire.
Layer the battery-powered string lights into the rosemary sprigs, securing them with floral wire.
Add Twine Hanger
Loop a piece of twine at the top of the snowflake to create a hanger.
Hang from your porch using removable hooks.