Christmas Crafts for Kids - Paper Crafts - Easy 8 Pointed Snowflakes
It is winter and thoughts of snow covered landscapes come to mind. And isn’t so beautiful to watch the snow falling. Each snowcrystal has its own individual form. Why not also create a set of your own snowflakes to decorate your windows. These look wonderful in your windows at the holidays and long after Christmas is over, you can leave them hanging.
The technique is so easy and each snowflake will be unique- just as they are in nature. This paper craft is a fast way to turn any ordinary window into a winter wonderland! Younger kids can draw and cut easier patterns onto their snowflakes and older kids can try making unique and detailed patterns. Either way, the instructions are the same and no 2 snowflakes will look the same.
For this project you will need:
- white typing paper - pencil - round object to trace such as a plate or can - scissors
Ages 8 and older
1. Trace the round object onto the paper and cut out. 2. Follow the instructions in the tutorial link above for making the snowflakes. 3. Use tape to stick the snowflakes to your window.