Junk Mail Paper Snowflake Patterns


Junk Mail Paper Snowflake Patterns


Junk Mail Paper Snowflake Patterns
Junk Mail Paper Snowflake Patterns

The closer Christmas gets, the more mail we get. Catalogs, magazines, and advertisements for our local stores all fill our mailboxes. Save some money by turning those paper products into these Junk Mail Paper Snowflake Patterns. This may be the most useful and beautiful way to use junk mail. These paper snowflakes are intricate and pretty. This tutorial will show you how to cut them into lovely DIY Christmas decorations for your home. Use them as ornaments, hang them from the ceiling, or stick them on the walls this holiday season.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedNewspaper



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I'm not sure I could ever make such intricate designs like this, but those are beautiful! I tried it with just plain paper (since I threw out all my junk mail) and it looked like a snowflake of sorts but nothing as pretty as these. Now I am waiting for junk mail so I can try again on the real thing. Maybe there's some magic that plain paper doesn't have. )

These are stunning! And just like real snowflakes, no two will be alike. I've made these and they really are easy to make - the finished snowflakes look like a lot of work but they're really more imagination than anything else.

This is a great idea! I get so much junk mail, so it's nice to know that I could make something out of it.


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