If there should be a need, The wife and son had a crafting business making Birdhouses (Hence the name). I always thought they should do Christmas birdhouse with snow on them, so they set me the task of finding a way to apply snow. Commercial snow spraying machines ran about $450 for the cheapest, but I discovered a way to apply snow for about $20., And it was better looking in the end. All you need is a bag of commercial tree flock, a ten flour sifter, a 'Mister' to wet area to flock. A big zip lock freezer bag bungeed to top of sifter as pictured. Snip off wood handle of sifter. Straighten rod from handle out and attach any drill. You can cover any surface very quickly. You can even flock a Christmas tree over a drop cloth in your living room as it does not tend to blow the snow anywhere. Excess falls straight down. View attachment 185630 Word has it that a company out of LA, Calif has waterproof snow now.