- Wood slices (2 1/2" diameter)
- Drill (to make the holes for the twine in the wood slices)
- Bag of wooden snowflakes
- Rubber Stampede Ink in Fresh Mint (any light bluish color will do)
- Colorbox Ink in Frost White (to lightly sponge over the Fresh Mint color)
- Glossy Accents (to cover the snowflake once it's colored)
- Strong glue to attach the snowflake to the wood slice
- Twine to hang the ornament
- Use a sponge to apply a coat of Fresh Mint colored ink to one side of your snowflake.
- Sponge the white ink over the top of your Fresh Mint ink. Don't try to completely cover the bluish ink, you're just trying to give the snowflake an icy appearance.
- Add a coat of Glossy Accents over the ink to give the snowflake a shine. You may notice the white ink begin to swirl which is just an added bonus. Allow to dry.
- Place glue onto the unfinished back of your snowflake, center on your wood slice and adhere. Let dry overnight.
- Use your twine to hang your ornament.
Note: If you don't have ink or want to make this a family project with smaller children you can easily substitute markers or acrylic paint to color your snowflakes. The ink just gives your snowflakes more depth in color and has a softer appearance.