Let It Snow Printable

OK, we promise to cool it with the decoupage posts for a while… after today! Sorry it’s just that after FINALLY figuring out how to Mod Podge without getting wrinkles we’ve been having all kinds of fun with it. We even brainstormed a Mod Podge sign a month (should we do it???), but we swear no more of these projects for at least the month of January.

Free Printable "Let It Snow" Sign at PagingSupermom.com

We just couldn’t stop, though, without sharing this sparkly Let It Snow sign. We used the matte Mod Podge to glue the sign to the board, but we finished it off with a coat of the glittery Sparkle Mod Podge. We love this stuff because you get a glitter effect without any of the messy side effects of using actual glitter.

Free Printable "Let It Snow" Sign at PagingSupermom.com

If decoupaging isn’t really your thing we also included a larger version of the sign in our free Let It Snow printable sign template that you can cut out and put in an 8×10 frame. Although if you haven’t tried our wrinkle-free method for Mod Podge you really should — it’s fun, easy and fabulous!

Want more snow posts? Learn how to make your own snow; plus here are some of my favorite snow ideas and activities.

:: Download our free printable Let It Snow Sign

Bettijo

Bettijo

Founder at Paging Supermom
Bettijo is the founder and designer of Paging Supermom where she shares what she's dreamed up for family fun. Known for practical and kid-friendly activities, free printables and simple ideas for holidays. She is a single mom of three girls and one boy. Bettijo was a guest on the Martha Stewart Show and has frequently appeared on local television. Her work has also been featured in national magazines including Real Simple, O, Redbook, Parents, Family Circle, and Health. During quieter moments, she enjoys art, retro-modern design, photography and making new things. Bettijo lives with her four kiddos in Phoenix, Arizona.

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