Popsicle Sticks Snowflake
December 22nd, 2012 by Craftylocks


This is a beautiful snowflake that would look lovely on the tree or as a seasonal garland. The children could just decorate it with painted patterns as well.

You will need 3 large Popsicle sticks – tongue depressor size and 6 standard Popsicles, white craft glue or wood glue, paint, and paper decorations if you want them.

Spend time arranging the sticks in the pattern shown in the photos. I did mine on a piece of white paper so I could make marks on it to show me where each piece went once I was happy with my placement.

Glue the two sizes of sticks together separately and then glue the large ones on top of the smaller ones.

Paint the snowflake all over.

Make some paper decorations. These ones are punched out from white paper – I didn’t have a snowflake shape so used a daisy one which worked just as well.

Coat the paper shapes in glue and then lay it glue side down in a bed of glitter. Press gently with your finger to ensure the glitter covers the whole shape. Leave to dry and then glue in place on the wooden snowflake.

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5 Responses  
Craftylocks writes:
September 16th, 2014 at 2:59 am

Hi Nishka,
I am glad you like them and have had so much success with them. These were an idea from a crafty friend ‘Pippi Pipecleaners’ who does some crafts with me sometimes. I think she adapted some ideas she saw on Pinterest – so I suggest having a look around there too.

nishka writes:
August 7th, 2014 at 8:17 pm

i did pink,purple,red………………… oh my gosh….. it’s just so goood!

nishka writes:
August 7th, 2014 at 8:16 pm

super cute! i thought i could add this in my craft book……………………
where did you get the idea????????????????

dawn jensen writes:
January 8th, 2013 at 1:59 pm

these really are lovely – we made some as well – very nice snowflake craft – thank you Craftylocks – hope you enjoyed and continue to enjoy the Winter break – that is one of my favourite things about following your blog – it is obvious you have your priorities straight and are with the fam –
selfishly we do miss your crafts and want you to come back – maybe by Chinese New Year 🙂

dawn jensen writes:
December 26th, 2012 at 10:17 pm

this is one of the prettiest snowflakes I have ever since – love the ble – we are making some tonite….thank you

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