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Junk Mail Paper Snowflakes

By: Michele from
Junk Mail Paper Snowflakes
Junk Mail Paper Snowflakes
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Old magazines and advertisements have never been so pretty! These Junk Mail Paper Snowflakes may be the best way to cut down on that pile of junk mail while making some beautiful DIY Christmas decorations. Use the most colorful pages to make vibrant snowflake patterns or go with the black and white text pages for more simplistic paper snowflakes. This tutorial shows you how to make incredibly detailed snowflakes that adults will enjoy but with a few adjustments, this is a perfect kids' Christmas craft as well.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedNewspaper


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I am always looking for ways to recycle and this is a great idea. It is relaxing just sitting and cutting out these snowflakes and you can decorate so much with them. I can add them to presents, decorate a card, make a garland, decorate my walls and doors. Thank you for the pattern. It is good exercise for the fingers as well.

I love that you use something so simple that most of us would toss out without a care to create a stunning way to decorate for the holidays or winter even. What a great idea for a fun afternoon with the kids or when you are bored. Love it!

These look great!! Now I know what to do with all that junk mail, and I bet my kids would love this too!! They would look really nice as a garland too, or you could even decorate your windows or your front door with them. Thanks for sharing such an easy craft!!


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