Create winter "frost and snow" holiday windows. Just mask off your pattern with painters tape. Paint on your frost (1 cup beer, 5 tablespoons Epsom salts, allow to sit for 30 minutes before using), allow frost to dry,  then spray on your snow from a can and remove the tape after it's dry. Voila!

Create winter "frost and snow" holiday windows. Just mask off your pattern with painters tape. Paint on your frost (1 cup beer, 5 tablespoons Epsom salts, allow to sit for 30 minutes before using), allow frost to dry, then spray on your snow from a can and remove the tape after it's dry. Voila!

Spray snow gives your windows a wintry look whether the weather outside is frightful or not. Available in aerosol cans in white or crystal, water-based spray snow creates a layer of frosty flocking on nonporous surfaces. When applying the snow to windows, protect the floor and surrounding walls, and hold the can about 12 inches from the surface....

How to Decorate Windows With Spray Snow

Spray snow gives your windows a wintry look whether the weather outside is frightful or not. Available in aerosol cans in white or crystal, water-based spray snow creates a layer.

Making snowy windows and mirrors is easy and inexpensive. You'll need: A stencil - mine is from Cutting Edge Stencils Spray Snow - mine came from Walmart Painte…

A woman buys spray snow at Walmart and wait until you see what she does on her window

Transforming your home for Christmas is easy and inexpensive with Spray Snow, our featured material of the week. Use spray snow to decorate windows, mirrors, or…

Place cut out snowflake on a window. Mix toothpaste and water. Use toothbrush to spray toothpaste mixture around snow flake. Peel snow flake off. Beautiful window art.

Place cut out snowflake on a window. Mix toothpaste and water. Use toothbrush to spray toothpaste mixture around snow flake. Peel snow flake off.

Fake snow spray, construction paper arms, hat and coal along with a carrot nose. Buy a "Let it Snow" stencil. And window clings for the final touch.

Fake snow spray, construction paper arms, hat and coal along with a carrot nose. Buy a "Let it Snow" stencil. And window clings for the final touch.

construction paper cut into snowflakes + fake snow in a spray can = Snowflakes on your windows and mirrors!!  Easy and inexpensive :)

construction paper cut into snowflakes + fake snow in a spray can = Snowflakes on your windows and mirrors! Easy and inexpensive :)

Fir is the most fragrant evergreen, so is the best choice for winter decorating. Look for it in store-bought wreaths and swags, or make these super easy snowflakes with fir boughs from your yard (or the florist).

Fragrant fir snowflake

DIY:: Fragrant Fir Snowflake ~ Use the natural patterns of Douglas fir sprigs to create elegant ornaments for a window display.

Faux ice flowers on the windows, made with doilies and spray snow. via Songbird Blog #12daysofchristmas

Faux ice flowers on the windows, made with doilies and spray snow

A woman buys spray snow at Walmart and wait until you see what she does on her window!

A woman buys spray snow at Walmart and wait until you see what she does on her window

A woman buys spray snow at Walmart and wait until you see what she does on her window!

How to use spray snow to create beautiful floating snowflakes on mirrors and windows.jpg

Stenciled Spray Snow Snowflakes

How to Spray Window Frosting. Place a stencil in the desired location on the window and hold it in place with masking tape. Window frosting applied to stencils will give the appearance of etched designs. You may also frost the entire window with no stencils, or frost the bottom edges of the window panes for a fallen snow effect. Hold the spray can six inches away from the target surface. Shake the can, then spray a thin layer of frost. (etc.)

How to Frost a Large Window Glass

I don't really care about frosted windows i just think this picture is really cute.

Marshmallow garland -- hang from ceiling to create illusion of indoor snow ... Christmas party? FROZEN party?!? Yes please.

Marshmallow garland -- hang from ceiling to create illusion of indoor snow! I wonder how this would work on a Christmas tree instead of stringing popcorn. Would probably be easier! Or cotton balls.

Elf on the shelf - sprayed snow on the window and did snowman art...

Elf on the shelf - sprayed snow on the window and did snowman art. elf on the shelf

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