10 Fun Snowflake Crafts You Can Make
The thought that there are no two snowflakes that are exactly like has always amazed me. You know what that means for crafts? When yours don't turn out perfectly it means you are doing it right. Your snowflakes are just behaving the way snowflakes are supposed to behave. But we don't think you'll have problems with these 10 snowflake crafts.
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Karen used clothespins to make clothespin snowflakes. Aren't they pretty? I love her suggestion to paint them white and sprinkle with glitter.
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The thing I love about snowflake wreaths is how they take you through the Christmas season and beyond. Sure, they look festive at Christmas but no one should be looking at you sideways for still having it up in February either. Plus they tend to have lots of glitter and sparkle. I love glitter and sparkle.
I love photo props and these snowflake crowns from Cherished Bliss are fabulous. Make enough for the whole family!
These crocheted snowflake coasters from Craft Passion are lovely. I love the white and red, but if you wanted to use them all winter long you could try white on blue.
One of my friends would love these DIY painted snowflake plates. I bet you have a friend who would love to receive them as a gift.
Do you remember making paper snowflakes as a kid? Have you ever made 3-D snowflakes? I think I'm going to string some of these in my living room.
Here's another twist on classic paper snowflakes -- ballerina snowflakes. If you really want to get into the spirit, listen to Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite while you make them.
Amber's snowflake hand towels are lovely. They'd make an excellent hostess gift.
Katie's snowflake Noel banner would be pretty strung across an archway or a mirror. Katie used snowflakes from a dollar store or you could make your own.
What snowflake crafts are you making this season?
Be sure to check out the rest of the posts in our 12 days of Holiday Crafts series.