Snow Scene Centerpiece

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Make a beautiful snow scene centerpiece for your table in less than five minutes. All you need is rock salt (or Epsom salt), a branch of greenery, some Christmas ornaments, and a large glass bowl.

Dump the rock salt into a large clear bowl in the center of your table. Rock salt looks more beautiful, but Epsom salt is more useful, since you can re-use the Epsom salt in your bath after December is over.

Place some greenery into the white salt. You will need to break off small bits of a branch of an evergreen tree, or you can use shears to cut it. I stuck pieces of greenery into the “snow” so that they would look like trees in a forest. But you can also lay them flat in a beautiful way.

Look at the decorations on your tree, and see if you want to showcase one ornament, or if you want to choose several ornaments. A village house would look pretty in the snow. Arrange the ornaments in your bowl. I added jelly beans for color. You could add red berries or a red garland for a similar effect. Just mess with the scene until it looks pretty.

Enjoy your finished snow scene centerpiece! For more fun winter activities, click here.

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4 Responses to “Snow Scene Centerpiece”

  1. Don Purdum says:

    Love it! The jelly beans really add some nice color to the decor and the snow man is adorable!!! We do stuff like this all of the time. Glad I found your blog!

  2. Simple and festive! Thanks for sharing! Happy Holidays!

  3. Jodene says:

    That’s a great idea. I love easy and colorful craft ideas that the little ones can do and have fun with.
    ~ Jodene

  4. Nate says:

    Hi Susan,

    Some very useful tips here. The Jelly Beans are pretty darn cool. Adds a nice color scheme to the decor. Love it! Happy Holidays! 🙂

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