I can’t believe it’s already time to start talking about Christmas crafts, namely a snowflake craft! It has been so mild here in the midwest that I have a feeling winter is just going to sneak up on all of us. So, even if you aren’t quite ready for snow, tuck this little project away in your aresnal to do with the kids on a cold and dreary day.
You know I love to see what I can come up with with q-tips. My q-tip flowers are the most popular post on my blog! This little craft is no different. Kids of all ages can have fun coming up with different patterns for their snowflakes. You can make them as simple or intricate as you wish! It’s also way cleaner and warmer than playing out in the snow. Can you tell I have a love/hate relationship with winter? Well, it’s mostly just hate to be honest. Enough about that…on with the tutorial!
All you need are a few materials for this easy project!
- Black Paper
The first thing you will want to do is cut up the q-tips in different sizes and lengths.
Next, begin glueing them down onto the paper, forming snowflake shapes.
Keep adding on to make them more and more detailed!
Cut out around each snowflake and you are finished!
I just think they are so charming and kids of all ages will love making these! And if they get bored with these, try making some Hot Glue Snowflakes for an even more elegant snowflake craft!