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Snow Covered Garland Holiday Decor

Get in the holiday spirit with our snow covered garland featuring flocked pine cones. Add a touch of winter wonderland to your home decor! For more posts like this see my Holidays page.

Snow Covered Garland Holiday Decor, flocked pine cones

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It was love at first sight when saw this garland! I knew I could snazzy it up by adding a little snow! Flocked decor is popular this year, and today I am going to show you a couple of easy ways to get that fresh snow covered look onto your decor.

One of the most enchanting things about holiday decorating is snow-covered decorations! I love a good flocked Christmas tree I purchased my second one last year!

Recreating that wintry magic indoors is my favorite way to dress up oour living space during the holiday season. making your own snow covered garland with flocked pine cones is an easy and affordable project that can add a touch of elegance to any room.

To create this stunning snow-covered effect on your garland, one simple technique involves making flocked pine cones.

Flocking refers to the act of dusting or coating an object with fine particles like glitter or powdered snow, creating a snowy appearance.

Start by collecting pine cones from your yard or purchasing them from a craft store. i bought the extra large ones online. They are way bigger than the simple ones you find in the yard.

Then we are going to paint some decoupage on them and dip them in Epsom Salts to cover your pine cones with snow.

Using Epsom Salts, instead of paint to dip the pine cones in, gave them that perfect chunky snow look I was going for.

With just a few simple steps and materials readily available at your craft stores or in nature itself you can create a beautiful garland that you can use for years to come. Follow the steps below to get started!



Snow Covered Garland Holiday Decor 

Super easy tutorial on how to make a Snow Covered Garland. First, we are going to flock some large pinecones with Epsom salt to create this beautiful holiday garland.

To be safe around children or pets, make sure they do not ingest the salts they may harmful and cause upset stomach or bloating. Read the packaging to be safe.

Snow Flocked Pine Cones:

how to flock pine cones

Pour Epsom Salt into a large bowl.

snow covered pine cone

Heavily apply the Mod Podge decoupage medium to the top and edges of the pine cone with a sponge applicator.

Flocked Pine Cone Epsom Salt

Dip the pine cone into the Epsom Salt and roll it around to cover all the decoupage medium. Let it dry for 24 hours. Shake loose the excess salt from the cone.

Flocking the Garland:

how to flock an garland
Pine garland before flocking

Hang your garland. Take the bells off of the Jingle Bell Hanger.

flocked bell

Add a small piece of twine to the bells and tie them to the garland.

Take a piece of twine and stick it in between pine cone layers and tie them to the garland.

Take your garland outside and spray with the Buffalo Spray Snow for that extra flocking of snow. And that’s it! Super easy and so pretty!

DIY Flocked Pine Cone

pine cones with snow

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Snow Covered Garland Holiday Decor flocked pine cones


  1. Mary Wilson says:

    Does the salt application stay on the pincones or flake off like flocked branches and cones?

    1. I did this project 3 + years ago and mine still look as good as the day I did them. They are stored in my cool basement though. If you use enough glue you will get a good hold on the salt.

  2. Noreen Gamble says:

    Your epson salt with Mod Podge combo on pine cones worked brilliantly… Thank you!!!!!!

    1. Oh great glad to help! You welcome!

    2. Question for you all…I heard from another Epsom salt user, after a frw weeks the salt evaporated and turned it blue/greenish? Did tou notice any color discoloration?

      1. Hi Kelly,
        I made these a few years ago and the pinecones look just as good as when I made them. I do store them in a cool basement. Perhaps a hot attic could cause them to change like that. I have not seen or heard of this happening. I hope this helps.

  3. This is an adorable idea! You can add this snow to just about any decoration. Thank you for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

  4. It’s Deonna from the Child at Heart blog! Thank you so much for linking up at the Merriest Blog Hop! I can’t wait to see all of your holiday ideas this month! The epsom salts really do look like snow…I think I have some in there that even smell good so that’s an added bonus! Might have to try this even for after Christmas

  5. JaneEllen says:

    Such a beautiful garland, all the natural pretty things on it. The bells are so cute, haven’t seen any of those. I have lots of bells but can’t get to them darn it. Love to use them for so many decorating projects during the holiday season. Your Garland is perfect. Happy holidays

  6. This is beautiful! :-) I’m a new FB and Twitter follower stopping by from Moonlight and Mason jars!

  7. Beautiful pine cones, and the look of snow is perfect! What a great idea, using the bath salts. Good job!
    Christmas blessings,

  8. Soooo pretty, Kim! Gotta love that Buffalo Snow! Although I’ve never heard it called that before. I’m more familiar with Santa Snow. lolol!

    xoxo laurie

    1. ‘Buffalo Snow’ is a brand name

  9. I love the look of a pine cone garland! The salts look great on the pine cones. Great job Kim.

  10. This garland came out beautifully :o) I just pinned and tweeted! I found you via Pin It Monday! Hope you’re having a great Tuesday and happy holidays!


  11. Your garland looks so stunning! I love how you attached evergreen boughs to it, too. I’d love for you to stop by our Link It or Lump It party and share with everyone.

  12. Hi Kim,
    Such a beautiful garland!! I love the rustic with the greenery. Thanks for the idea for the pinecones.

  13. I love this! A project for next year….pinned! Visiting from Make it Pretty Monday

  14. Those look awesome! Great craft idea!

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