Thursday, December 18, 2008

Paper Snowflakes

I made these paper snowflakes about 5 years ago and put them up every year. These ones were made up on my own without a pattern. But I did find a place where you can print out a pattern to make your own. Here's a website where you can print out the patterns. http://www.papersnowflakes.com When you get to the website, click on the tab at the top that shows the little scissors in a box that says "Patterns". There you can pick from tons of patterns.
You will need some very sharp scissors and a little patience. I have these taped on my two built in cabinets in my kitchen.


6 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Your snowflakes came out beautifully. I have made some from scratch, but I tend to make a mess of them, so I use the snowflake site and use the patterns;)

I have some paper cuttings on my blog that I did up this year. I love to make them every year and hang them all over.

Debbie

Karen said...

My gosh your snowfakes are intricate! Such patience you must have had.
If you tape them up and take them down, aren't you afraid of ripping them???? Maybe you can laminate them and have them forever!!!
THEY ARE JUST BEAUTIFUL.
Karen

rockriverstitches said...

Hi Karen, I am very careful when I take them down. I use a tiny piece of rolled up scotch tape to hang them. I just love making the snowflakes. It's exciting when you get it all cut out and then open it up. Like a big surprise.

Tammy

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Hi Tammy,
Thanks so much for stopping by! I'll add you to my blog favs don't want to miss any more of your posts:0

I love those snowflakes and as I'm looking at them I'm trying to think where I could put them:) Maybe I'll give it a try, I just got home from Christmas shopping, our weather here has been pouring rain thanks goodness it stopped!
Have a wonderful Christmas just in case I don't get back on here before Christmas♥
Rondell

Doreen said...

Tammy, your snowflakes are so beautiful. Thank you for the site, i am definitely going to check it out.

Blessings,
Doreen

rockriverstitches said...

Doreen, Your welcome. Have fun making snowflakes!

Tammy