Add a real touch of liveliness to your home or class this season with some crafty snowflakes made from inexpensive supplies: cotton swabs (Q-tips®), white plastic lollipop sticks or drinking straws.
When the snow comes, very rarely do we get to see the actual form of a snowflake. If it’s cold enough you can catch one and see that no two are alike. Our snowflake project mimics that ideal concept as you begin to play with the different sized patterns to create the symmetry that all snowflakes have. They may not be alike but each one could be folded in half and be a mirror image of itself.
The downloadable document contains detailed illustrated instructions as well a patterns in several sizes, to use as the basis for your snowflakes.
This is a free document.