3D Snowflakes Paper Craft
© by Leanne Guenther
This is a cute, simple paper craft that results in a 3D ornament
you can hang around the room.
Thanks so much to Lucinda for sending
- paper (I prefer construction paper as it's a bit sturdier)
- Optional: crayons (or paint, markers, etc)
- string, thread, ribbon or wool
- Print template (there is only B&W available) and color as desired.
- Cut out the template pieces (may require adult assistance and can
be done before hand.
- Cut on one of the lines of each snowflake right up to the center.
- Pick out the two matching snowflakes (this is good practice for
- Slide the snowflakes together, top to bottom
- Glue a ribbon onto the top (or hole punch a small hole and tie a
- instead of simply coloring the template, here are some thoughts
- silver sparkles or sparkle glue.
- Salt Drip
- 3 parts flour
- 1 part salt
- food coloring (blue would be nice)
Mix together 3 parts flour, 1 part salt, food
coloring, and enough water to make a dripping consistency but
not too runny. Use a popsicle stick to drip onto paper
shapes. Will dry hard and sparkly.
- grated chalk (take a piece of sidewalk or chalkboard chalk and
rub it with course sandpaper to get chalk dust. Pour the dust
over glue covered paper.
- There are some brief instructions written right on the template.
- If you want your snowflakes to be two-sided, print two templates
out and glue matching snowflakes together back to back. Do everything
else as directed.
- Close template window when done printing to return to this screen.
- Set page margins to zero if you have trouble fitting the template on one page (FILE, PAGE SETUP or FILE, PRINTER SETUP in most browsers).
Printable version of these instructions