Deck the Halls with Paper Snowflakes

The holidays are quickly approaching and it’s time to deck the halls with paper snowflakes! Making snowflakes is a quick and easy way to add a bit of sparkle and cheer to your home. Plus, it’s an ideal activity for a holiday themed Zoom crafternoon with your besties.  

Print Out Your Snowflake Templates: 

Start your snowflake decorations with templates and office paper. Try one of Martha Stewart’s classic snowflake templates or fun seasonal templates like snowmen or evergreen trees from It’s Always Autumn. 

Gather Your Supplies: 

Making snowflakes is super easy because you can use readily available materials right from home. Gather your coffee filters, cupcake liners, brown sandwich bags, or even old wrapping paper. You can go the minimalist monochromatic route and make all your snowflakes white. If you’re more drawn to pops of color, you can dye, color, or decorate your materials before you start cutting. SuperMakeIt leads the way with easy to follow directions for using coffee filters and cupcake liners. 

Deck the Halls with Paper Snowflakes! 

Now that you have your snowflakes all cut out, let’s decorate! Check out the inspiration:  The House that Lars Built has a snowflake backdrop, The White House filled a whole hallway with paper snowflakes, and Brit +Co lights the way with snowflake twinkle lights. 

Extra Credit! Go Big or Go Home 

Take your snowflake making to the next level with a 3-D snowflake. You can make them from paper with this easy to follow tutorial or with colorful fabric as demonstrated by Jennifer of Shabby Fabrics. A Piece of Rainbow shares three additional templates using paper bags over here. 

It’s time for some good cheer so gather your friends! Then cue up the holiday tunes, sharpen the scissors, and let’s get to decking the halls with paper snowflakes!  

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