All you need are snow-white Princettia plants, a hot glue gun and glue sticks, a glass bowl, dishwashing liquid, a tray or plate, freezer bags, rubber bands, cotton wool, string, scissors, deco material such as moss, branches, cones, ornaments and artificial snow.
Here's how it's done:
Step 1: Rub the outside of a large glass bowl with dishwashing liquid. Next, dribble hot glue on the bowl to make a crisscross pattern. Depending on the desired level of transparency, keep on adding strings of glue until a stable mould is achieved.
Step 2: Allow the hot glue to cool and detach from the bowl. Insert a pretty coloured tray or large saucer in the glue structure.
Step 3: Place a Princettia poinsettia in its culture pot in a freezer bag and secure with rubber bands. Next, wrap a thick layer of cotton wool around the pot. Tie a string around it.
Step 4: Arrange the poinsettia on the tray together with cushion moss, cones, lichen and glass and paper ornaments. Sprinkle a bit of artificial snow over top and as a final touch, add a gnarly branch. Voila! Your frozen-look Christmas decoration is done.