Friday, December 19, 2014

The Easiest Snowflakes



My daughter loves to make snowflakes and I can't tell you how many times I have looked up online how you are supposed to fold a pieces of paper to make a snowflake. When I discovered this way of making snowflakes I was floored! It is SO easy, all you need is a stack of coffee filters which you can find at the dollar store and some scissors. These are so easy, my 6-year-old can make them all by herself. I have made a simple infographic to help you out!
What are some of your favorite traditions to do with your children?
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15 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

We made a bunch of these last year as an EOTS prank. Fun craft idea.

kristi dominguez said...

So smart...love that you started with the coffee filter!

Heather Jones said...

Fun! Coffee filters have lots of uses!

Michelle Feliciano said...

That is such a great idea. I never thought to use those for snowflakes.

Holly @ Woman Tribune said...

Such cute snowflakes! I have always wanted to make paper snowflakes, but I am so not crafty and could never figure out how to do it. Thanks for sharing!

Katie Serbinski said...

Adorable! And such an easy way to get some window decor inexpensively!

Janet Krugel said...

I love making paper snowflakes!

Danielle said...

I totally remember making these when I was in elementary school. This is such a fun craft.

mail4rosey said...

What a cute, fun way to make snowflakes! This reminds me, I've got some snowflake clings to get up on the window. I think I'll have the kids help me do that today (they love that kind of thing). :)

Liz Mays said...

Ah these are perfect! I know I have coffee filters around the house.

JaimeLovesStuff said...

These are cute! I loved making these when I was in grade school!

BonBon Rose Girls Kristin said...

Ok, I definitely need to do this with my kiddos! Such a cute craft!

Stephanie Pass said...

So much fun! I know what my kids are doing next week on break.

bedlambrides said...

Coffee filters - nice choice. I love this holiday craft, and how it turned out too!

Benny Sequeira said...

The traditional christmas sweets.

 
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