Ginger Snap Crafts: tutorial {coffee filter snowflakes}

tutorial {coffee filter snowflakes}

coffee filter snowflakes tutorial

Sooooooo we have been
waiting & waiting & waiting for some snow!
Annnnd since it looks like we are going to have
a warm winter we had to take matters into our own hands!
We decide to make our own snow! 
The kiddos & I made these fun {coffee filter} snowflakes this week!
(Thank you to my good friend, Ruth for this fabulous idea!)

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All you need are coffee filters & scissors.
I had plenty of coffee filters left over from
this project. :)
You just fold your coffee filter in half 3 times & start cutting.
Then unfold it to see your beautiful snowflake. :)
(We hung them above our kitchen table with white thread.)


(We are still hoping for some real snow days though!)

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  1. Super cute! This is a fun project to make with the little ones. Let it snow, but not down here in Florida. Smiles, Paula

  2. What a fun little project! My girls would love to help me out with this! Thanks for sharing!

  3. We haven't made any snowflakes yet this year but maybe that is something we can do while waiting for it to warm up a bit!

  4. My little ones made about a hundred of these over Christmas break and taped them to every window (to pretend we had a white christmas). It was super cute, way easy, and incredibly CHEAP! Love.

  5. Oh my gosh Ginger, I love those! Totally making some with Addison over the weekend!

    Hope you're having a great week!

  6. Pretty! It never occurred to me to use coffee filters for snowflakes! What a great idea!


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