17 Magical Paper Snowflake Craft Projects
Let It Snow In Your Home Decor
In the real world snowflakes or snow crystals (the proper scientific name) are beautiful works of nature. Although each one has six arms, no two snowflakes will ever be alike. The crafting world is no different. You will find literally thousands of ways to make crafty snowflakes. The following article has 17 nifty projects to inspire you.
Snowflake Themed Table Setting
You don’t have to spend a ton of money to make your holiday table beautiful! Place a large white cut paper snowflake under a transparent glass dinner plate, and you have instant holiday decor. Top your place setting with a napkin adorned with paper snowflake ring. The look is elegant is and festive but easy on the budget! We all love that!
Paper Snowflake Window Curtain
Paper snowflakes can look beautiful in your windows as holiday curtains. String the paper snowflakes onto thin filament with beads and whatever else you wish to hang onto the line. Hang several of these snowflake lines onto a curtain rod and voila! Instant holiday curtains! Your home will be festive on the inside, and folks walking by will enjoy your holiday splendor from the outside.
HOW TO MAKE CHEAP SNOWFLAKES OUT PAPER TUBES
Paper tube crafts have been around for quite some time, but we never tire of them. Paper crafts from recycled paper towel and toilet paper rolls are thrifty to make and can yield surprisingly good results. You can make some gorgeous holiday snowflakes for pennies, letting you have more of your money to spend on crafting supplies. We love it!
This lovely snowflake is made by flattening out the paper tube and cutting 1/2 inch segments into paper circles. Paint and glue the circles together in any snowflake shape you desire. Add some bling to your paper tube snowflakes to make them pop. Glitter will make your snowflake decorations sparkle and shine! Such festive results!
Giant Paper Snowflakes
Who says paper snowflakes have to be small?. Make fabulous giant sized paper snowflakes to decorate your walls. All you need is some butcher paper and a plan! The author of this tutorial says that these snowflakes can be intricately designed and cut because you have more space to work with extra large sized sheets of butcher paper. These decorated walls will still be enjoyed in your home even after the holiday season is over!
Create a Winter Wonderland in Your Bedroom
Make your bedroom a winter wonderland fantasy with large 3d snowflakes and smaller sized flat flakes. Start placing the paper snowflakes on a high spot on your wall behind your bed and continue downwards towards the right in an asymmetrical design. The result is just stunning! White and blue paper snowflakes look exceptionally beautiful against a gray background. Younger girls will love this type of bedroom decor. It is stylish and feminine just what young girls love!
Paper and Glitter Glue Snowflake Suncatcher
Suncatchers are always beautiful, but stained glass projects are a bit too advanced for younger children. Make some copycat suncatchers from chipboard and glitter glue. Make this lovely holiday craft with your kids when they are on Christmas break from school and boredom has joined your household. The snowflakes will look so cute hanging from a window in your home. You will want to keep them on display even after the holiday season is over!
Snowflake Gift Tags
One can never have too many gift tags on hand during the holiday season. Keep up the snowflake theme with these cute silver tags. You can create these in minutes using a tag punch, foam snowflakes, and glitter. Lots and lots of glitter. Your presents will sparkle and look “oh so pretty” with this cute embellishment. The gift recipient will feel extra special since you took the time to wrap the gift with handmade “care.”