Winter Shadowbox DIY Craft Project

Winter Shadowbox DIY Craft Project

Turn your space into a wonderland with this Winter Shadowbox DIY Craft Project. Winter art projects can help you appreciate the chillier months and get excited about the fun holidays to come. Create natural bottle brush trees with a few rose gold accents and use them to form an effectively simple holiday display. Place your creation on a mantel or table and be prepared for compliments. This is a great way to greet guests and add a DIY touch to your overall winter decor. Winter craft ideas don't have to feature Santa or reindeer. Instead of a loud red and green project that doesn't fit your tastes, consider making a delicate and refined shadowbox to display in your home.

Primary TechniquePainting

Difficulty LevelEasy


Materials List

  • Design Master Rose Gold Spray Color
  • 2- sized natural wood hanging boxes
  • 2- different sized hard plastic miniature reindeers
  • Miniature birch branch rounds
  • 7- different sized miniature sisal trees
  • Wood Laser cut ‘noel’
  • Hot glue gun and sticks
  • Sandpaper


  1. Lightly smooth the rough edges the hanging boxes with sandpaper.

  2. Hot glue the frames stacked one on top of the other.

  3. Paint the ‘noel’, the reindeers and half of the sisal trees with Design Master Rose Gold.

  4. Glue the ‘noel’ to the edge of the frame of the boxes.

  5. Glue some of the trees to miniature birch rounds to give them a variety of heights.

  6. Hot glue the trees to the background of the boxes.

  7. Place the reindeers within the boxes.

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