When you think of winter what do you think of? I know what I think of….. snow. Today I’m going to show you how to make circle paper snowflakes. And, not just one type…. I will show you four different patterns. These snowflakes are a lot of fun to make. But, what is really cool about paper snowflakes…. they look great as winter decorations around your house. Put them up in your windows to add to your Winter Holiday decorations. So, let’s get started.
When I was a child I used to love making different paper snowflakes simply by cutting folded paper. Around my bedroom would be the snowflakes I made…. causing my bedroom to look like a winter wonderland. Today I’m going to show you how to make many different types of paper snowflakes. I have given you five different snowflake patterns in this tutorial…. all starting from the Basic Snowflake Fold shown below. Simply start with the basic snowflake fold and cut the folded paper as the patterns below show. Let’s get started.
It is Winter time and since we just had a big snowfall, I thought it would be a good idea to show you how to make these fancy 6-pointed snowflakes that look like fancy stars. These can are a bit more complex than the normal stars / snowflakes. I have tried to simplify it for you below by showing you every single step of the process in an illustrated fashion. Have fun.
It’s the Christmas season and I’m going to get into the Christmas mood by showing you a fun Christmas craft. Today I’m going to show you how to make a recycled lid Christmas Ornament. I love this craft because this ornament is made from recycled materials. Not only will we use a recycled jar lid, but we will also use a recycled greeting card. Plus, it turns out super cute. Your kids will really enjoy making these Christmas ornaments. So, let’s get started.
Winter is well on its way….. and when you think of Winter what do you think of? I know what I think of….. snow. So, in honor of Winter and snow today’s craft is all about snowflakes. I scoured the internet to find some really awesome snowflake crafts. And, there are some really cool snowflake crafts out there. So, today I’m going to present you with 14 Fun Snowflake Crafts for Winter.
Christmas is coming up soon so it is time to start decorating the house with your arts and crafts projects and activities. This mini Christmas tree will look great on your window sill, or on the table this Christmas. All you need is some paper, scissors and glue. So get started right now- the instructions follow.
Advent calenders are always lots of fun. But most of them take ages to make. Here’s a simple version of the advent calender that will take you a couple of hours to make- at the most. So sit down one afternoon with your kids and make this simple advent calender. Part 2 of the instructions are given below. In this page you can learn to make the Calender. Check out part 1 to learn how to make the gifts that go on this calender.
Advent calenders are always lots of fun. But most of them take ages to make. Here’s a simple version of the advent calender that will take you a couple of hours to make- at the most. So sit down one afternoon with your kids and make this simple advent calender. Part ! of the instructions are given below. In this page you can learn to make the gifts.