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Glue and Glitter Snowflakes

Aleene’s® Original Tacky Glue™ and Tulip® Fashion Glitter™ add sparkle to presents, to your tree, to your windows – anywhere you want a little touch of the holidays.

Glue and Glitter Snowflakes


  • Tulip® Fashion Glitter™
    • 23532 Multi Ultra Fine
  • Aleene's® Original Tacky Glue®
  • Straight pin
  • Freezer paper
  • Scratch paper
  • 8” iridescent thread (optional)
  • Masking tape (optional)
  • Pattern (jpg image)
  • Pattern (PDF)


  1. Remove cap from bottle. Use straight pin to poke a hole in tip of bottle.
  2. Place pattern on work surface. Cover with freezer paper, shiny side up. If paper curls, tape to work surface.
  3. Trace pattern with Glue making sure to connect all parts of design. Immediately, sprinkle Glitter over Glue. Let dry completely (can take as long as two days). Tap off excess Glitter on scratch paper. Place Glitter back in container. Gently peel snowflake from freezer paper.
  4. For hanger, knot thread ends together and glue knot to back of snowflake.



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I clicked the pattern instructions, but the pattern that opens cannot be printed in its format. If it is a PDF, its not working.

Hi there! The pattern originally linked was a jpg image file. I added another link in the instructions to the PDF. Let me know if that doesn't work. Thanks so much, and enjoy! -Dana from FaveCrafts

Looks like fun, but you don't provide the pattern(s) for the snowflakes?

WOW, this sounds so simple and quic. I use this brand of glue all the time for my Kusudama flowers. Now my head is spinning with new ideas. Thanks so much.


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