Beautiful fabric snowflakes hung throughout the house will provide a magical touch to your holiday decor. They’re so easy to make, too, and don’t involve any sewing.
For each of the large snowflakes shown here choose two coordinating fabrics and cut them into 7″ squares. Blues and grays give them a frosty look. They’re gorgeous in gold, too, or in any color that fits your decor.
Bond the squares together, cut them just right and fold them into shape. Of course, you can make them smaller if you want by starting with smaller squares and narrowing the space between cuts.
The video below show you how to make them step by step.
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