12 Beautiful Snowflake Craft ideas

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This time of year, I can’t help but take on new craft projects.  And I love great ornament and window decor ideas.  This week, I would love to feature snowflake crafts.  Making snowflakes can be as easy or as intricate as you want.  I found 12 beautiful snowflake craft ideas to brighten up your cold winter day!

It turns out that just like a snowflake, no two snowflake crafts are alike!  There is much to choose from.  So go grab your scissors and get ready to make something amazing!

Single Use Snowflake Soaps

Beaded Snowflakes

Snowman Snowflake Pattern

Did you know? The world’s largest snowflake was reported to be 15 inches across and 8 inches thick!  The Guinness Book of World Records states that this giant snowflake was found at Fort Keogh, Montana on January 28, 1887.

Colorful Paper Snowflakes

quilled aluminum snowflakes made from disposable cookie sheets

Quilled Aluminum Snowflakes

DIY Star Wars Snowflakes Patterns

snowflake river rocks craft with bling6

Snowflake Stones with Bling

Stained Glue Snowflakes

Quilled Paper Snowflake

Winter Wool Snowflake

Hot Glue Glittered Snowflakes

Beaded Snowflake 

Enjoy the snow that this time of year may deliver, and make up some beautiful snowflakes to celebrate the winter season!

See something you would love to make?  Make something wonderful for the holidays!

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Included in the book are my Skiing Penguin Ornaments and my Paintbrush Santa Ornaments, along with seven other great projects!

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  • Lis November 27, 2017, 3:12 am

    Thank you soooo much for the snowflake patterns. Every year about this time I get obsessed with them and the Fred G. ones are fantastic. His instructions are so simple to follow as are his diagrams. I love it when I find a new site I like and I thank you for featuring his work on yours.
    Happy snowflake-making! 🙂 Lis

    • Susan Myers November 27, 2017, 12:52 pm

      Hi Lis,

      You are very welcome! I’d love to see what you come up with!
      suzy

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