These "snowcapped" birch stumps turn your holiday table into a forest floor.
Tools and Materials
Clear-drying glue, such as Sobo
- Gently tear off roughly circular shapes of batting, and stack them on the stump until you've reached desired height.
- Use brush to generously coat each layer of the batting with a mixture of equal parts glue and water, working to form the mound shape as you brush.
- While glue is wet, cover top of batting with glitter. Let dry overnight.
Buri animals, by Martha Stewart, in small, $15, and large, $32, macys.com. Natural maple tealight holders, from $4 each; and natural wood pieces with bark, 11" by 8", $7 each; save-on-crafts.com. Uno natural linen napkins, in Natural, $7 each, cb2.com. Feather-edge pearlware dinner plates, with Green Paint, $70 each, ruralresidence.com. Milton pots, by Ben Wolff Pottery, in White Clay, 3 3/4" by 4", $11 each, and 5 3/4" by 6", $22 each; johnderian.com.