Snowy Window Display

I once worked at a cute little shop and one Christmas got to display some decorative panels made with fishing line and white pom poms. They were so cute and ever since, I've been wanting to recreate the idea.
This is the first Christmas living in my new home which has a large front window. I knew as soon as I saw this window that it wold be perfect! It was pretty simple to make, but it did take a little bit of time. Putting on a Christmas movie to watch while you string the pom poms is a great way to make things go more quickly. I found the pom poms on sale at Michaels and I used two different sizes. I also picked up a few inexpensive snowflake ornaments to mix in. I finished the look with fluffy fake snow on top of some decorative white lights along the windowsill I hope this inspires you to create something great for yourself!

(Do you see all those trails across the snow in my yard? Those are from a rooster pheasant who makes his rounds across my front porch and right through my yard, every afternoon lately! He's so beautiful! I keep trying to capture him in a photo, but he's very camera shy.)
I love how this turned out! I've had many compliments on it including one from a complete stranger who stopped by one afternoon to tell me how great it looked. It's really hard to capture in a photo, but I tried. Also, please excuse the very dirty windows. I ran out of time during the warm weather and there's no way I'm going outside to wash windows now! Brrr!


  1. Your window looked so cute during winter! These pictures don't do it justice. It looked so cool at night when I drove past your house. Great idea!

  2. Very cute idea! Will have to try this out this holiday season. Thanks for sharing at Who Needs A Cape?'s Super Sunday Link Party. Please be sure to stop back for more linky fun!

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by and for hosting the Super Sunday Link Party! Glad you enjoyed the idea!


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