Shimmering Silver Spiral Snowflakes


Shimmering Silver Spiral Snowflakes


Shimmering Silver Spiral Snowflakes
Shimmering Silver Spiral Snowflakes

The Shimmering Silver Spiral Snowflakes tutorial will show you how to make a paper snowflake in a whole new way. Complete with an easy-to-follow template, this easy winter craft is perfect for those with little time to spend crafting but a lot of enthusiasm for homemade Christmas decorations. All you'll need is metallic paper, glue, a pencil, scissors, and a ruler. Hang these snowflakes near windows so they catch the sun or on your walls to add an extra pop of glamorous shimmer in various sizes.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueGeneral Paper Crafting

Project or Page Size8.5 inches x 11 inches

Type of Paper UsedMetallic Sheets


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This snowflake is so pretty! I made lots of these in various sizes for my students party decoration. She had a birthday party in our class, the theme of the party was Frozen, so these snowflakes were perfect. I used silver and blue metallic papers. I glued them together so I had 2 different colors each side. They looked amazing!

I love this color and the idea of making a ton of these for the windows, walls, and tree. I can see where you could even make some for an outdoor fir tree or some of your bushes. It is an excellent way to make people feel welcome when visiting your home for the holidays.

What a very pretty idea. And it's easy and inexpensive too. All my favorite words. Oh to make these in different colors and hang them from my kitchen drop ceiling. I think they would look fantastic. And I think even a clutz like me could do this. Thanks for sharing this great idea.

I love the spirals on these snowflakes.

Cannot download and print the snowflake pattern unless you buy a membership. Is there a way around this step? I don't want to be a member as I would not use this site enough.

@ crotchety crochete r - This printable should now be available to download. Our apologies for any inconvenience!


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