Christmas is over, and the tree is down. One of the ways I make sure that I can enjoy some of my decorations for a while after Christmas (and not have to stress about taking them down right away) is to incorporate several generic Winter-themed decorations in with my full-on Christmas décor.
This year’s abundance of snowflakes and candy canes made for decorations that I will be able to leave up for a few months yet. If you are looking for quick, easy, and inexpensive transitional decorations, this table runner fits the bill!
To make a dollar store snowflake table runner, you will need:
a package of 6 foam snowflakes from Dollar Tree
All I did to make this small runner was to lay the snowflakes out in a design I liked and that fit my small side table. Then, I stapled the snowflakes together wherever they touched. 1-2-3, and I had a wintery table runner.
If you were making a runner for a dining room table, you could either use two packages of snowflakes (for a whopping cost of $2) or make a single line of flakes running the length of the table.
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday and that you are richly blessed in the new year!