The scent of rosemary is a lovely sign of the season. These DIY Rosemary Snowflakes bring woodland charm and delicious aroma to your holiday decor.
While fresh rosemary can be found at the grocery or nursery most times of the year, there is something about those little trees, bursting with warm, earthy scent that feels such a part of the holidays. Pair some of those fresh fronds with snowflake frames made with wooden dowels and you have the makings of winter decor that will delight you every time you pass by.
HGTV shows us just how it’s done, simply using some dowels, fresh herbs and optional twinkle lights. Make sure to check out the video in their article to see how gorgeous these are when lit up at night. Stunning, natural holiday decor that you can make yourself!
Here’s the supply list for DIY Rosemary Snowflakes:
- 1/2-inch square dowels
- hot glue gun
- hot glue sticks
- rosemary sprigs
- green floral wire
- battery-operated string lights
- small hacksaw
- jute twine
Pop over to HGTV to see written instructions and a short video tutorial.
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