Saturday, 2 December 2017

2.12. Snow Flowers

Happy Saturday and December 2nd! Cutting snowflakes is a traditional Christmas craft but covering a large window might take a lot of time. These snowy flowers are quicker to cut and make a nice curtain to a window or glass door. When you put Christmas lights to the windowsill the shapes will show better even when it is dark. If the cardboard paper has glitter or pearl shine in it it makes a wonderful extra.

You will need:

Flower or snowflake shaped puncher
White cardboard papers (A4)
Transparent tape

How to:

Step 1. Punch as many flowers to the A4 papers as you can easily fit in.

Step 2. Following the flower shapes cut off extra paper from the top of the paper.

Step 3. Attach the papers to a window side by side. Take the flowers you cut from the paper and pull the petals to 3D with scissors. Use transparent tape to attach the flowers to the window.

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