Welcome to the third annual 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop!
Stop by every day from December first through the twelfth for new ideas you can use to make your season brighter!
Meet your hosts:
Shirley~Intelligent Domestications I Alli~An Alli Event I Michelle~Our Crafty Mom I Marie~DIY Adulation
Erlene~My Pinterventures I Beverly~Across The Blvd. I Debra~Shoppe No. 5 I Victoria~Dazzle While Frazzled
Megan~C’mon Get Crafty I Michelle~Michelle James Designs I Amanda~Domestically Creative
Deborah~Salvage Sister & Mister I Jeanie~Create & Babble I Sherry~Olives & Okra
Jenny~Cookies Coffee & Crafts I Emily~Domestic Deadline I Bonbon~Farmhouse 40
Leanna~Of Faeries & Fauna I Pam Larmore~P.S. I Love You Crafts I Kelly~North Country Nest I
Marie~The Inspiration Vault I Gail~Purple Hues and Me I Lynne~My Family Thyme I
Karen~Dragonfly and Lily Pads I Trisha~Blowing Away Out West Lorrin~Embrace The Perfect Mess I
Terri~Christmas Tree Lane I Sam~Raggedy Bits I Cyn~Creative Cynchronicity Valeria~Val Event Gal
Yami~The Latina Next Door I Jeannee~Centsably Creative I Tania~Little Vintage Cottage
Lauren~Wonderfully Made I Vanessa~DIY 180 I Kimberly~A Wonderful Thought I
Kim~Everyday Parties I Dru~Polka Dot Poplars
DIY Rustic Wine Cork Snowman
Scrap wood board
Deco Art Vintage Wash in black
Hot glue gun
Grab your scrap piece of wood and apply the vintage wash. Let it dry.
For the snowman pieces, cut the fabric scraps a bit wider than the cork and long enough to wrap around the cork with a bit of overlap.
Using your glue gun, secure the fabric to the cork.
Once all your corks are wrapped in fabric, it’s time to assemble the snowman! The amount you need will depend on the size of your wood scrap piece. We ended up with 20 fabric wrapped corks and did a test run before securing them down with the glue gun.
Be sure to visit our fellow 12 Days of Christmas Bloggers below for even more creative ideas this holiday season!
All our best,