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Monday, December 7, 2015

popsicle stick snowflake

I invited my niece over to make craft stick snowflakes on Thanksgiving. I was super surprised when my husband, nephew, and brother all got crafty, creating their own awesome designs! Popsicle sticks are available at your local craft store. Come up with your designs, or follow my how-to on Guidecentral
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how to make a craft stick snowflake

how to make snowflakes with craft sticks or popsicle sticks
 I love the design my hubby created below. It looks like a double exposure with the trees reflecting in the photo that my brother took with his phone.
DIY craft stick snowflake
 My brother's star design blew us away!
star shaped craft stick snowflake
My niece and nephew made really cool larger snowflakes! Inspiration for this craft came from RoAnnelsLief.
how to make a craft stick snowflake
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    1. Thanks<3 Really fun for the kids young and old:)

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  2. These are lovely!

    found you on Merry Mondays.

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  3. I love these craft stick snowflakes! We have so many craft sticks and would love to make these, we've been making a lot of Christmas crafts this week with kids. Pinning and sharing on my FB blog page today!

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    1. Awe, thank you. I'm always looking for fun kid/adult crafts. My niece and nephew are teens and old enough to use the hot glue!

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  4. Fun to do with kids, definitely! Stopping by from humpday happenings :)

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    1. Yes, if they are old enough for the hot glue:)

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  5. Michele,
    Cute project!
    Visiting from Wordless Wednesday linky

    Jenny from RenovarDesign

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  6. These are lovely, I wonder if my big kids will want to have a go at this when they come home for the holidays - they certainly would have loved it a few years ago, maybe I can get them interested in a nostalgic crafty afternoon sometime.

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    1. Thank you! My niece is 11th grade, my nephew is college freshman:) Happy Holidays

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  7. I love a great family craft. That is so fun that everyone did a different design.

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    1. Thank you! I was surprised it was so popular:)

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  8. This is a fun idea to do with kids! Especially for Floridians like me since we don't get any real snowflakes. Thanks for joining us for Hump Day Happenings.

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    1. Yes, I printed out the photos in the link for inspiration and to show the kids:) But they really did there own designs!

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  9. Great post! Looks like something fun I can do with my grandson! I'd love for you to share your posts on my weekly link ups each Wednesday. The link up for this Wednesday is still up and running if you'd like to come link up. I host a new link up each Wednesday and they last a full week, so come link up most any time at somuchathome.blogspot.com.
    God bless.
    Chris

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    1. Thank you so much! Thank you for the invite I'll stop by! Hugs and have fun:)

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  10. These turned out awesome! Thanks for sharing them on Totally Terrific Tuesday! I liked your guide on GuideCentral :)
    Jess
    liverandomlysimple.com

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  11. You all made such pretty snowflakes with those popsicle sticks. I'm putting this on my "to do". Thanks for sharing this.

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  12. Michele, these are beautiful! I love the "rustic" feel, which would be the perfect decor in our farmhouse. Plus, they're easy enough that my kids could help me with them...which is always a bonus! Pinned and saving for next year!

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