DIY Snowflake Projects

It’s time to get festive with some beautiful DIY snowflake projects.  Winter is on its way, and the cold weather is blowing in.  These gorgeous snowflake craft projects are a great way to add a unique touch to your seasonal holiday decor.

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The thing I love most about crafts like this is that there is a little margin for error if you aren’t perfect at it.  Not only that, but each piece you create will be unique, just like a real snowflake.

While some of these projects are geared for Christmas, like the ornaments and cards, several of them would be perfect all winter long.  In fact, these crafts can turn your home, office, or party into a winter wonderland!

15 DIY Snowflake Projects for Winter Crafting

Snowflake Votive | Mod Podge Rocks

Christmas Greenery Snowflake | Uncomoon Designs

Miniature Clothespin Snowflakes | Mama of 3 Munchkins

DIY Snowflake Wands | The Gracious Wife

sheet music snowflake banner-country-chic

Sheet Music Snowflake Banner | The Country Chic Cottage

Snowflake Gift Wrap | Cutefetti

A Winter Snowflake Wreath | Dukes and Duchesses

Glitter Salt Dough Snowflakes | Living Well Mom


DIY Glitter Snowflake Ornaments | Practically Functional

DIY Dollar Store Snowflake Decor | Second Chance to Dream

Snowflake and Glitter Place Card Holders | Uncommon Designs


DIY Snowflake Mugs | Uncommon Designs

DIY Beaded Snowflakes and Pennant Banner | Blooming Homestead

Snowflake Christmas Card | Confessions of an Overworked Mom

Snowflake Luminary | Pink When

Which project is your favorite?

I think I want to try the mugs with my kids.  They would make cute last minute gifts, and would be perfect with some homemade hot cocoa mix stuffed in a baggie inside for gift giving, along with a candy cane (for stirring) or a chocolate-dipped spoon.

I know we keep our Christmas decorations up through the end of January, and I would totally keep up our snowflake projects until at least the end of February.  If it’s cold, why not? 🙂

About Jenn L

Jenn lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and 5 children. The family likes to eat healthy and try new recipes. Jenn homeschools all of the kids. She is heavily involved with local bloggers and is slightly addicted to social media.


  1. Steven Ponder says:

    Lovely DIY crafts. Now why didn’t I think of doing these last Christmas?