A Snowy Christmas Tree Hack: Easy and Magical!

Are you dreaming of a snowy Christmas tree? You're not alone! The enchanting snowy tree look is all the rage right now. But let's take a trip down memory lane. Remember those bright, white "bottlebrush"...

Are you dreaming of a snowy Christmas tree? You're not alone! The enchanting snowy tree look is all the rage right now. But let's take a trip down memory lane. Remember those bright, white "bottlebrush" Christmas trees from our childhood? They were anything but natural, yet they stole the show. And now, they're making a big comeback!

If you've been longing for a beautiful, snowy Christmas tree, we've got an incredibly easy and quick DIY solution for you. Say goodbye to messy sprays and glues used in traditional flocking techniques. With just one item, you can transform an ordinary artificial tree into a stunning, soft, and pillowy snowy masterpiece.

A Snowy Christmas Tree

How to DIY a Snowy Christmas Tree:

Let's get started with an affordable artificial tree, like the 7.5' white pre-lit one we found for under $100. Trust me, you won't find many trees at this price point that don't resemble the sad little tree from Charlie Brown's Christmas. But fear not, we'll make it fabulous!

The secret ingredient for this snowy tree hack? Feather boas! Yes, you heard it right. These fluffy boas will work their magic and give your tree that powdery, light layer of snow. It's nothing short of beautiful!

Here's what you do:

  1. String the feather boas around the tree just like you would with a regular garland. That's it! For a 7.5' tree, you'll need about 14 garlands. Each boa is 72" long.

Keep in mind that the number of boas you need may vary depending on your tree's size and fullness. Boas come in different sizes too, so you can play around and find the perfect amount for your desired snowy look.

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Feather Boas
Transform your tree with feather boas!
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You might be wondering if this technique really works. Well, let me assure you that the pictures don't do it justice. The boas give your tree a textured softness that camouflages the wiry-looking branches and creates a stunning snowy effect. Trust me, it's absolutely gorgeous!

Now, if you're feeling adventurous and want to explore more techniques, some incredible bloggers have shared their secrets to sprucing up fake trees. Lucy from Craftberry Bush and Janet from Shabbyfufu have some noteworthy tricks up their sleeves. And if you're up for trying out flocking, Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired and Carrie from Lovely, Etc. have fantastic tutorials!

Before you go, don't forget to check out these fun Christmas decorating and crafting ideas:

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  • The 3 Items You Need to Deck the (Kids') Halls for Christmas
  • Easy Snowy Tomato Cage Christmas Tree with Gorilla Glue Spray Adhesive
  • 30+ DIY Garland Ideas For Christmas or Any Time Of Year!

Pin this post for later! And if you give this snowy tree project a try, leave a comment or even better, share a photo on Pinterest. Your feedback will help others decide if they want to embark on this magical DIY journey too.

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Let's make this Christmas extra special with a snowy tree that will leave everyone in awe. Get ready to create memories and embrace the magic of the holiday season!

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