DIY Framed Snowflakes


DIY Framed Snowflakes

Once you know how to make paper snowflakes, turn them into lasting decor with this tutorial.

Create your own wintry wonderland in your room, your kids' rooms, or your living area with these enchanting DIY framed snowflakes. With easy Christmas craft ideas for kids like this one, you and your children can transform any bedroom into a magical snowscape fully of beautiful snowflakes with just a few ingredients. Not only is this project simple enough for most ages to participate in, but these frames are lovely enough to keep around as an accent piece for the whole year.

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Mod Podge Dishwasher Safe Gloss
  • Coffee Filters
  • 5×7 Gold Frame with Glass
  • 9×11 Gold Frame with Glass
  • 5x 3 ½” Gold Frame with Glass
  • Scissors
  • Hot glue gun


  1. Create snowflakes with the coffee filters. Fold in half, fold into triangle three more times and cut the sides to create your snowflake.

  2. Mod Podge the snowflakes to the glass. Hot glue the glass to the frame.

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Before these snowflakes, o decoupaged winter scenes from old Christmas cards onto slate tiles. I hung them around my front door with pine boughs and bright ribbons

I am decorating brown bottles and spice jars for the homemade vanilla and spice mixes I am making for my daughter for Christmas.

A notion box for my knitting tools.

Years ago, I created a simple pattern in metallic colors on a small wooden box. I gave it away as a present.

very pretty.

I don't think I ever have. Sorry.

What an easy way to create a classy design for the sophisticated decorator that wants something elegant and simple. I love this idea for any room of the home. You can use them for the holidays or to decorate a spare bedroom for the winter on a budget. What a fun way to spend little and make a big impact.

Such a simple yet pretty idea.. The holidays sure do bring out the talent and creativeness in people.i saw these and immediately thought of friends and family that have never seen snow. Why not make them some. A little touch of glitter on them will add a nice touch too. My grand daughter may get a glass treasure box with a snowflake on the back side of the lid!


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