10 Ways to Have a White Christmas (Without the Snow)
Hanging Paper Snowflakes
Place these around the house to add shimmery snow effects anywhere in your house! Make them out of paper and — for extra sparkle — glitter. Hang flakes on loops of thread or monofilament; attach to the ceiling with white paper tape.
Create beautiful snow globes using ordinary jars, and any medium to large-sized jar will work for this project. Figurines set up a holiday scene inside of the jar and glitter (lightly weighted down with glycerin so the glitter doesn't fall too quickly) provides the shimmery snow inside the snow globe.
Lighted Doily Wreath
One of the most beautiful effects of snow is the way light plays across its surface. Get that effect indoors by designing a lighted doily wreath using a wreath wire frame strung with golden lights nestled within doily-like paper bouquet holders.
Glittered Snowflake Garland
Make paper snowflakes and make them sparkle with glitter. String them together to create a garland and festoon around the house for an indoor white Christmas.
Winter White Christmas Tree
Dip snowflake-shaped pipe cleaners into boiling water and borax to create gorgeous crystals. Once these crystal snowflakes are placed in your windows, you can have the White Christmas you always dreamed about -- even if there's no snow outside.