For some of us, we don’t get snow at Christmas so we opt for getting frosting spray for glass. I live in Australia and I wrote about my interesting white Christmas experience in Summer.
So, if you want to add that winter feeling then you can do it by frosting your windows.
I especially like the idea of having snow frosting at night time with the lit up Christmas window decorations. It just seems to make a difference for some reason. Maybe it is the warmth of a light behind the Christmas snow spray that adds a feeling of comfort. What do you think?
These are the options for you if you want to get Christmas snow frosting spray for glass.
What I love about this form of decoration is that it is inexpensive and gives a great effect. You can use frosting on mirrors, glass, acrylic and other surfaces depending on the product you decide to purchase.
You can add a little Christmas indoors in your bathroom by spraying frosting on your mirror or on the children’s bedroom mirror or windows. This is a great one to use with other decorations and ornaments.
You can spray the rim of your window and hang an ice drop in the middle or you can use it to spray “Merry Christmas” on a large window.
Have a look around your house and see where you might use it. You can also use it with Christmas stencils or templates of snowflakes or Santa for example to create a picture on your desired surface. Just keep your old newspapers and get a bit of masking tape to cover the area you don’t want the snow spray on. Have fun with this product and experiment.