Wooden Clothespin Snowflake Tutorial for STICKY U!
Recently, I was contacted by
Tombow to attend their Sticky U! I received a package in the mail with a cute
t-shirt, graduation certificate and Tombow XTREME Adhesive! I have used Xtreme
in the past and am completely hooked! It is an Xtremely sticky adhesive that
has real staying power!
I had created this Christmas Tree Canvas, so I
knew that the Xtreme worked on wood. I gathered up my supplies and got to
work! Let’s make it snow – IN FLORIDA!
Tombow Xtreme Permanent Adhesive
Tombow Mono Multi Liquid Glue
Small, medium and Large spring
style clothes pins (8 for each snowflake)
Design Master ColorTool spray paint – flat white
the clothes pins. You will need 8 clothes pins for each snowflake.
adhesive. There is a specific way to apply the Xtreme: run a line of adhesive
then snap it off at a 90degree angle.
diagonal surfaces and attach as show in photo. The double application makes the
Xtreme even more powerful!
Master ColorTool Flat White spray paint, let dry. I didn’t worry about the
sides as I like the rustic look.
Multi Glue with the broad tip. Sprinkle with chunky glitter, shake off excess
and let dry.
Attach a ribbon and hang on the tree or use as a package topper instead of a
These are so quick and easy to put together that you could create a
blizzard in an afternoon!
Thanks to Tombow for the Xtreme adhesive and I
hope you enjoyed my snowflakes!
Thanks for stopping by! -Beth