Wintry Paper Snowflakes

By: Narelle from Cook Clean Craft
Wintry Paper Snowflakes
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If you're bored of making the same old paper snowflakes each Christmas, try making this fancier version instead. Make these Wintry Paper Snowflakes. This is a fabulous paper craft for making any room into an indoor winter wonderland. Hang these unique paper snowflakes from the ceiling in a bedroom, classroom, office, or dorm room. Make them all white, as seen in this project, or use colors like green and red to give them a little holiday cheer. You will love walking into rooms where these snowflakes are hanging.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Main MaterialPaper


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Snowflakes are such an easy idea that lets you decorate quick when you have guests coming unexpectedly, right? I think my favorite part about your project is that you chose to do several snowflake designs. Usually you find patterns that show you how to do one snowflake. I love that yours are so unique and different from each other. It adds a bit more whimsy and festive feeling to the decoration as a grouping.

This is the all time favorite decor in the office. It is very easy and simple. Instead of making just white snowflakes, sometimes I combine them with baby blue. Or maybe spray paint part of the snowflake.


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