Have you ever made one of those snow scenes? With the miniature houses, the little people, and the fluffy fake snow?
We made one in our old house. We cut a piece of plywood to fit the window sill of our bay window and made a little snow village there.
But then we moved to our new home, and although we do have a bay window in our new house, it is a completely different size.
So our little snow scene has been up in the loft for a few years.
Since I’ve already decked my home out for the holidays, I’ve been looking for more things to decorate with.
I’ve been wondering what kind of project I could do with the miniatures and the village, and I found some great inspiration from Patti over at Renovating Mapleson Manor.
For our Deck the Home blog hop (which is a 5-week series of DIY holiday themed projects by 26 home bloggers), Patti shared a Christmas shadow box that is simply adorable!
With just a few materials she created a sweet little snow scene complete with reindeer and trees in a shadow box.
Like all amazing Christmas things, it lights up too! Her tutorial and pictures are super easy to follow that you’ll be making one in no time!
Patti is a DIY blogger who has renovated her fixer upper. She has lots of befores and afters of her renovation as well as client spaces too.
Don’t forget to check out her DIY projects too – she’s so creative!
More Holiday Inspiration
If you missed our project this week, we made a DIY chalkboard-style clock!
Check back on Friday to see more DIY holiday gift ideas from the Deck the Home blog hop.
Next week is our last official week of the blog hop. Also, the theme is home decor – get excited!!