I made these super quick and adorable snowflakes a few weeks ago with an old gift paper roll and although they were very easy and don’t need a huge tutorial I’ve been loving their rustic look and charm so I thought I’d share a few pictures of the process in case you’re looking for a simple and instantly gratifying craft to do this weekend.
paper rolls from gift paper, paper towels or toilet paper
scissors or a paper cutter
I used my paper cutter to cut quick and even 1/4″ sections from the roll. Don’t worry if it squishes it down you don’t need the pieces to be perfectly round. Once you have a bunch of sections you can start laying them out and using your glue gun to attach them into snowflakes.
Fold the sections in half to glue in between the main snowflake shape..really the skies the limit and googling paper roll snowflakes will take you to a million and one ideas as well :). Some of the kids had fun helping me with these too!
I just love the simple and organic vibe and have been pairing them with wool plaid, bottle brush trees and rustic wood but I am picturing them incorporated into a wreath next so if anything materializes I will be sure to share!
Hope you have a lovely evening..we are expecting some snow to fall here in Seattle so I’m off to find some hot cocoa and fuzzy socks! xoxo