Transform Your Home Into a Winter Wonderland with These Pretty Snowflake Crafts
Farmhouse Snowflake Wreath
Wherever you choose to hang them, this DIY snowflake door hanger will add wintry charm to your household. Use our free pattern and a chalk pencil to create a snowflake shape on a vintage sifter. Stitch the design using thread and hang!
Easy Snowflake Ornaments
Christmas Cookie Gift Tag
Baking during the holidays is always a family favorite, but this year add Christmas cookies to your packages for a special touch. Simply use a snowflake cookie cutter for this design and mark a hole through the top using a wooden skewer before baking. Tie to a package right before delivery for a fresh surprise.
Felt Snowflake Coasters
Contrasting felt (for the base, felt coasters, for the snowflakes, felt sheets) make stunningly simple holiday accents. Our free download offers five snowflake designs that you can cut and glue to create unique coasters.
Crochet Snowflake Crafts
Just like real snowflakes, each of these intricate crocheted beauties is unique. Stitched in rounds of teal thread, the snowflakes include shimmery silver beads that are passed along the thread as you stitch. Hang in a window and let the lacy patterns shine.
Guarantee a sparkling white Christmas at your house with our easy snowflake garland. This is a fun snowflake craft for kids—they can help you assemble and paint each wood snowflake!
Snowflake Advent Calendar
Glittery Snowflake Wreath
Trim the tree with a collection of handmade wood bead snowflake ornaments. We'll show you how to make them using just two inexpensive materials. This easy Christmas craft makes adorable DIY gift toppers.
Salt-Dough Snowflake Ornaments
These snowflake ornament crafts aren't edible, but they'll definitely look oh-so-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 ($5, Williams Sonoma). Use a skewer to press a hole for hanging. Bake for 4 hours in a 200˚F oven. When cool, draw hearts, squiggles, and dots with a marking pen.
Decorate a mantel or a buffet table with this snowflake craft idea. A few simple steps transform ordinary carpentry items into festive hanging snowflakes.
Soft white felt snowflakes, fashioned from our free patterns, encircle a store-bought wreath form. Sprinkle the flakes with glitter for a handmade Christmas decoration that's gorgeous enough to last all winter long.
Snowflake Tree Topper
Add festive flair to any Christmas tree with a snowflake tree topper. Use sheets of colorful felt for an easy-to-make decoration. Dress up the finished snowflake decoration with glitter to match.
Snowflake Gift-Card Holder
Present a gift card with panache using just a few scrapbook supplies. Embellish a chipboard snowflake from a scrapbook or crafts store with stickers and miniature rhinestones. Attach a gift card to the center with repositionable adhesive. To hang on a Christmas tree, glue a looped ribbon to the back.
Quilled Snowflake Ornament
This intricate design looks like a prized architectural find, but the tiny medallion is actually made from thin paper strips that are coiled and pinched to form its dazzling shape. Silver glitter keeps this snowflake craft glistening all winter long.
Red-and-White Snowflake Table Runner
Dress up basic red-and-white table runners by adding embroidered snowflake designs. Lightly sketch the shapes with a pencil or use a stencil, and then stitch them with red yarn.
Swedish Snowflake Ornaments
This contemporary take on classic Swedish straw ornaments combines crafts sticks and clothespins with wood rounds to create different snowflake forms. Use baker's twine to hang these snowflake crafts from your Christmas tree this holiday season.