Snowflake Window Cling
- Cut a snowflake out of regular paper. You can also use a printed picture, magazine pictures, etc… Make sure the snowflake can fit in the baggie.
- Put your snowflake inside the baggie. Trace the outline of your snowflake on the outside of the baggie using the Fabric paint. Sprinkle with glitter. Set aside to dry.
- Once the paint is dry, you can peel your paint snowflake off the baggie. Makes a great window cling.
- (There is a bunch of different variations of this. Google homemade snowflake cling to see more.)
Edible Snowflakes made with tortillas. (when I was a preschool teacher this was a favorite)
- Cut the tortilla using the same technique as cutting out paper snowflakes.
- Make snowflake shapes out of flour tortillas.
- Warm the tortilla in the microwave first to make it more flexible.
- Put a touch of oil in a pan and fry tortilla until it is crisp.
Some cute ideas to add:
- Sprinkle it with powdered sugar.
- Spread butter on one side of the tortilla and add cinnamon & sugar.
- Use deli meat (bologna, turkey, ham, cheese, etc.) and make a cute winter themed sandwich or wrap.
An old favorite: Cinnamon Applesauce Ornaments
- I found a great recipe tutorial at AllFreeCrafts.
- And last but not least, I went to a Stampin’ Up! workshop recently and they have fantastic card and gift ideas that even a novice crafter can do! Here’s a picture of a card I made.
- It was sooo simple. I think I have found a new crafty love!
- It’s a great company. If you are interested go to Stampin’ Up!
Happy Holidays! ~CraftyMomof3~