How to make a DIY snowball letters decoration

I know it might feel a little early to be putting up the decorations but I wanted to share this project with you asap, as I’m not just showing you how to make snowy letters – I’m giving my own project away to one lucky reader! 

The giveaway is running for the next couple of weeks and I want to get the letters posted to you in time for Christmas, so I can think of no better reason to publish a blog post about my Christmas mantlepiece in November. Let’s get into the project and read on to enter my giveaway below…

Here’s quick video of the project where you can see the step-by-step instructions on how to make these pretty snowball letters to decorate your home for Christmas:

Now, onto the giveaway! The prize includes 4 hobbycraft wooden letters, decorated by me (!) with snowy cotton wool balls, iridescent pom-poms and teeny tiny white snowballs. It took me a good few hours to craft this project so I hope you’ll like the finished result now that you’ve seen how it’s done.

Please note that the tiny skiing figures and Christmas trees aren’t included in the prize as they belong to my husband, but this gives you an idea of how you can add your own personal touch this mantlepiece decoration when you receive it. How about adding a tiny Olaf snowman? Or stick a prancing unicorn on the top?? Or just display the big SNOW letters on your shelves, windowsill or mantlepiece as they are. There are plenty of ways to enter the giveaway via the rafflecopter below – I hope someone likes my decorations enough to enter the competition – fingers crossed!!
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Giveaway open to UK residents only. Competition runs from 22nd November – 10th December 2017. Prize = 1 x SNOW mantlepiece decoration handmade by Cassiefairy.

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Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

44 thoughts on “How to make a DIY snowball letters decoration

  1. A cozy Christmas eve – for once I am not working Christmas Eve – although I am working the 3 nights in the run-up to it so it will be a tired one but I am so excited 🙂

  2. I’m most looking forward to spending time with my family at Christmas and making fun memories together.

  3. I’m most looking forward to the party we always go to on Christmas Eve. It’s usually a lot of fun.

  4. Corny as it sounds all myself and my daughter really want this Christmas is my husband to be home over the Christmas holidays as he has been posted abroad for much of the year and my daughter is so looking forward to spending quality time together as a family.

  5. I really look forward to spending more time with the family and being able to do all the Christmas themed activities together.I love sitting by the log fire and watching the Christmas movies with them and playing games on Christmas day right after the Queen’s speech.

  6. I am really looking forward to seeing my little girls face when she realises Santa has been 🙂 how exciting!
    This is a beautiful giveaway

  7. pigging out on christmas food, opening presents and relaxing with my family in our onsies ! I love these snow letters 🙂

  8. Christmas Eve traditions, baking with the children whilst daddy goes out them family games before bed!

  9. We have 5 children 3 boys 2 girls . Christmas is the only time I know we can get them all together now they are older lol .Our boys birthdays are all Christmas week 16th ,25th ,and 27th December so they meet up and celebrate together .

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