How To Bleach Your Christmas Tree Easily with Baking Soda.

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Nothing better than a snowy tree to get in the Christmas mood.

In addition, the children love it and Santa Claus too!

But no need to buy an artificial snow bomb to make fake snow for the tree!

It’s quite expensive and not at all natural …

Luckily, there’s a quick and easy way to make homemade artificial snow on the tree with the kids.

The trick is spray hairspray on the tree then sprinkle baking soda on it. Look :

The recipe for artificial snow to decorate the tree

The recipe for artificial snow to decorate the tree

What you need

– 1 packet of baking soda

– lacquer

– an old sheet

How to do

1. Spread the sheet under the tree.

2. Spray the hairspray on the branches of the fir tree.

Lacquer sprayed on the branches of a fir tree to make artificial snow

3. Sprinkle baking soda on the branches.

Baking soda on a tree to make artificial snow

Result

A Christmas tree decorated with homemade artificial snow before and after

And there you have it, you have whitewashed your beautiful Christmas tree naturally 🙂

Easy, fast and efficient, isn’t it?

Thanks to your homemade artificial snow, your tree is now covered with snow!

A thin layer of white powder delicately covers the branches of the fir tree. It looks very natural and magical.

All you have to do is decorate your Christmas tree.

Additional advice

A Christmas tree decorated and covered with homemade artificial snow with baking soda

It is ideal for putting snow on a tree that is not too big or a few fir branches for your Christmas table decoration.

You can also snow the ends of the branches of a large fir tree for a natural and original decoration.

This snow is much more natural than the snow you buy in a store.

And it’s always interesting with animals that bite everything or children and babies.

In addition, it is much more economical.

Do you also have a Christmas crib at home?

So this is perfect if you want to make a small carpet of snow for your nursery.

The baking soda stays in place, thanks to the lacquer. It also works very well to make a little layer of snow on your decorations or your santons.

Bonus tips

– This method also works by replacing the lacquer with water. For example, wet your window panes or nursery with a spray filled with water and sprinkle baking soda on it. The powder then binds to the area. Magic, isn’t it?

– Once you have finished decorating the tree, do not forget to remove the sheet. You can shake it outside or collect the baking soda that has fallen on it to make Santa Claus footprints!

– You can also take the sheet and put it directly in the washing machine with the rest of the laundry. Your laundry will only be cleaner!

Why does it work?

Branches of a fir tree covered with artificial snow

By diffusing the lacquer on the branches, we add a homogeneous sticky and transparent surface on the branches of the fir tree.

Thanks to this ingenious little process, the bicarbonate easily adheres to different surfaces without the powder dissipating.

It makes a light veil of snow on the branches of the fir tree.

Your turn…

Have you tried this grandmother’s recipe for making artificial snow? Let us know in the comments if it worked for you. We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Also to discover:

How to Make Santa’s Footsteps with Baking Soda.

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