"How full of the creative genius is the air in which these are generated! I should hardly admire more if real stars fell and lodged on my coat. Nature is full of genius, full of the divinity, so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning hand." ~~~ Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) ~~~
Use a pack of dollar store snowflakes for this...
Make your gifts sparkle with the addition of costume jewelry toppers.
Instead of greenery, try fashioning this Snowflake Wreath with soft white felt and glitter!
Hang mini white ornaments from tree branches to achieve the look of gently falling snow.
These snowflakes aren?t edible, but they?ll definitely look sweet on your tree. To prepare the dough, mix 1/2 cup salt, 1 cup flour, and 1/2 cup water until sticky. Roll it to 1/4 inch thick and cut out snowflake shapes with cookie cutters. Use a skewer to press a hole for hanging. Bake for 4 hours in a 200 degree oven. When cool, draw hearts, squiggles, and dots with a marking pen.
These pretty salt-dough ornaments are fun and easy to make!
Refresh and old ornament with Mod Podge, fine glitter, and glitter slivers.
This simple snowflake ornament is made from a single piece of cardstock.
How pretty! To create these charming free-form stars, draw the pattern with glue and sprinkle with glitter.
Looking for a way to jazz up the classic snowflake? Use jingle bells!
12x12 TEMPLT SNOWFLAKES/STARS Papercraft, Scrapbooking (Source Book). 12x12 TEMPLT SNOWFLAKES/STARS. HOT OFF THE PRESS Papercrafting TemplatesSimple, easy-to-use clear plastic templates. Each template has precise guidelines with diagrams and instructions printed right on the template so they never get lost.
Stick stars and snowflakes
Vanilla bean sugar cookies for Christmas!