Add Sparkle to Your Decor with 3D Fabric Snowflakes

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There’s No Sewing Involved!

These beautiful fabric snowflakes are sure to be admired by all who see them. They’ll be lovely on the tree, strung together as a garland, and much more.

You may recall seeing instructions for giant fabric snowflakes from Shabby Fabrics (learn more here). Now you can make them in any size.

How to Make a No-Sew 3D Fabric Snowflake

The finished size depends on the size of the starting squares. Small 2 1/2″ squares will produce 6 1/2″ snowflakes.

They’re pretty made up in any combination of Christmas colors, although metallic prints will give them extra sparkle. Plus, they store well in plastic and can be displayed year after year.

How to Make a No-Sew 3D Fabric Snowflake

Heat’n Bond Ultra Hold gives the snowflakes structure and a glue gun holds the parts in place. Long-handled tweezers are handy for holding small parts in place while the glue dries.

Watch how the snowflakes are made in the following video. You’ll love how easy they go together.

Click here to watch the video at YouTube if it doesn’t play on your device.

A sheet with a size chart and other instructions can be found here.

Needlepointers.com has created a written tutorial which you’ll find here.

 

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