This craft is reserved for the ten and older age range, mostly because you should expect a couple hot glue gun burns in the process.

What you will need:
Hot glue gun

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Toilette paper or paper towel rolls
White paint
Glitter
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Sequins
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Note: Tulip Glitter Spray Paint- Sparkling Star

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 might be a nice option instead of all the messy glitter.
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Step 1: Cut the roll into about 1/4 inch strips.

Step 2:  Hot glue gun the strips together in a flower like pattern.I have found the prettiest result occur when I layer the strips inside the first flower pattern and between them as well. Doing so makes the ornament three dimensional rather than flat.

Your snowflake can be as large as you like. I made small ones this year to hang on our tree. However, last year, we made large, flat snowflakes that hang in the arch between our kitchen & great room. The large hanging ornaments make me happy every time I pass through the room! Yeah, I know… corn ball. It’s okay, I’ve been called much worse… and things that rhyme with that too.

Step 3: When you are finished assembling your snowflake, simply dip it in the white paint. Some people use white spray paint… but I like to do crafts in the house where it’s warm and I can listen to Christmas music; & there is no way I’m bringing spray paint into my house. Besides, if you dip the snowflake into regular paint, I feel it holds more glitter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3: While your paint is wet, sprinkle your ornament with glitter. Do both sides!

 

 

 

 

Step 4: And this is optional… but beautiful… hot glue sequin

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s to the snowflake.

 

 

 

 

 

Finally, let the ornaments dry and Enjoy!

 

: This is a must have board game for holiday fun & a great gift for teens.