Snowflakes are love, whether you have lots of snow in your place or don’t have it at all, everyone loves them! Add some pretty snowflake ornaments to your decor, gifts or give them as gifts themselves – for that you’ll need to craft some pretty ones. I’ve prepared some tutorials for gorgeous snowflake tree ornaments that you can make of different materials, get inspired!
Love rustic decor? This tutorial is for you! These are wood burnt snowflake tree ornaments! The paint really adds dimension to them. Try various colors, different ribbons and much more to make your snowflakes more special – such decor will be amazing for any rustic or natural Christmas tree and won’t cost you much, enjoy!
This tutorial isn’t about making but is about decorating ready ornaments – just buy or make some wooden snowflakes using some tutorials. Did you know Epsom salt is great for decorating during the holidays? Using wooden snowflakes you may a snow effect with white paint and Epsom salt. Read the tutorial to find out how to make these fluffy snowflake ornaments.
Salt dough is super easy to make and uses three ingredients you already have in your cupboard. You could make these to match whatever paper you are using or just to hang on the tree. It would be really fun to have kids make them to go on gifts for the family. Salt dough means crafting some cuties, and this tutorial will tell you how to make salt dough snowflake ornaments or gift tags. Invite your kids and begin!
Basically, Perler beads are small plastic beads that come in a wide variety of colors and can be arranged into a design by placing them on a pegboard. Once the design is finished, you iron the piece to fuse the beads together. Isn’t it a great idea to make a nice ornament for Christmas? This tutorial will tell you how to make cute Perler bead snowflakes, invite your kids to have fun together composing them.
Metallic perforated paper and metallic embroidery floss combine for glittery effect in these cross stitch snowflakes. They are quick and easy to stitch, and would make lovely glimmery ornaments or shimmery gift toppers. Try mixing and matching metal tones for different effects. You can also use plain embroidery floss instead of the metallic, or substitute in colorful metallics for a brighter look. Read the tutorial and get crafty!
The design for this snowflake comes straight from Cricut Design Space images – it is a make it now project! These projects are amazing because the hard work is already done for you. The template is ready for you to cut and assemble. Read the tutorial to find the template and go make some 3D snowflakes of your own!
Who says holiday colors need to be only the classic red and green? Create your own holiday color scheme when decorating this season using these super bright and colorful ornaments with snowflakes! They are hot pink, bright greens and aqua blue. Normally these colors wouldn’t be considered “holiday”, as you are using standard seasonal symbols like snowflakes and using glittery jingle balls, it works!
Winter holidays are all about home, family, friends and a great time spent together. The house is becoming brighter with Christmas lights and warmer with the cheerful spirit. The shops are full of Christmas decorations but your handmade creations are always so special! If you are familiar with stitching and even if not – these cute snowflakes can be stitched pretty fast and look very cool, get inspired!
Did you know that some Tetra Pak containers have smooth silver insides? They’re perfect for making ornaments because they’re so easy for kids (and adults) to cut. This is a very simple and kid-friendly craft that results in beautiful snowflake ornaments. Get inspired and start crafting!
Handmade Christmas ornaments placed in a top open altered tin. This year keep your tins to make them the perfect box for handmade Christmas ornaments. Alter the box with paint or heavy structure paste, cut a paper cover and wrap them with some binder twine. Make beautiful ornaments with Christmas shapes decorated with chalkboard paint and ice crystals. Read the tutorial and enjoy making them – they are really adorable!
Have some fun making these colorful and glittery popsicle stick snowflake ornaments. If you’re looking for a fun craft to do this Christmas season, then these pretty snowflakes made with craft sticks will surely be a hit in your house! These snowflakes made with simple craft sticks are easy to decorate too that any age can help make them. Enjoy!
With about a month and a half left until Christmas, you have plenty of time to stitch up a few ornaments with my free DIY embroidered snowflake ornament pattern! Sewn with a simple back stitch, this would be a perfect first embroidery project for someone who has always been wanting to try it out. Read the tutorial and try!
These delicate lace embossed clay ornaments are easier to make than you may think. If you have ever made cut-out cookies, you have the skills necessary to make these pretty lace embossed clay ornaments. Read the detailed tutorial in the source and go!