|Designs by Karin Lidbeck, Christmas Ideas magazine 2010|
Photo by Michael Partenio
The materials for making a large snowflake start with 6 paint sticks. For smaller snowflakes you use Popsicle sticks, along with a combination of assorted wood craft sticks, squares and shapes all found at craft stores in bags of multiple sizes and shapes.
Using a sheet of brown paper and a ruler, draw out a template to follow, like the one below.
Lay the sticks down over the template as shown. Doing this allows you to make sure your snowflake pattern is always symmetrical.
Use a permanent glue of your choice for adhering the pieces together. Lay your base first, adding the additional layers to create your final design.
The final step is to spray the snowflake well with a glossy white Krylon spray paint.
This project appeared in Christmas Ideas magazine 2010
Designs by Karin Lidbeck
Photos by Michael Partenio