Back when we were kids we used to love making paper snowflakes and bringing them home for our parents to hang. Now that we’re older, it’s time to take these snowflakes to the next level by putting an adult spin on them. The best part of these crafts is that they use materials you can find around your house. It’s time to turn your home into a winter wonderland with these crafts.
Paper Straw Snowflakes
All you need to make these snowflakes are cotton balls and straws. They’re even easier to make than paper snowflakes and once you’re done, you can hang them all throughout your house.
Like we needed another reason to have marshmallows with our hot chocolate. Just stick some toothpicks through regular and mini marshmallows to create this 3D edible design.
Truly an upgrade to paper snowflakes, after you cut wood into snowflake shapes, attach a ribbon so you can hang them on your wall or front door.
Give a basic pillow a seasonal update by adding pom-poms, silver ribbon, or pearls in the shape of snowflakes to make your living space winter-appropriate.
Snowflake Clothespin Ornaments
You probably have lots of clothespins around your home so why not make snowflake ornaments? Go for a more natural feel or paint them with glitter to make the ornaments sparkle.