Paper Snowflake Oranaments/Nicole

Happy holidays, friends! We are getting in the holiday spirit with these beautiful handmade paper snow flake ornaments! They were super fun to make and I'm going to share how to make them with you! They would look super cute on gift bags, too...not just the Christmas tree.

First, I grabbed a few patterned papers from the Joyful collection and then I used my Sizzix machine to cut the snowflakes using a metal snow flake die.

I cut six snowflakes from each patterned-18 snowflake die cuts total. 

Next, I used a piercing tool to remove the pieces from the snowflakes. 

Once all the little pieces were removed from the snowflakes, I used glue to glue the snowflakes together to add dimension. Each ornament has 6 layered snowflakes. 

If you prefer to make it thicker, that's fine. You will just need to cut and layer more snow flake die cuts.

After that, I covered the snowflakes front and back with Mod Podge to protect the paper.

Now, the fun part! Adding the ribbon, sentiment and gems to the snowflake to make it shine!

I cut the sentiments from the bottom of the papers! It's a great way to use up your supplies and you don't even need stamps etc...
Aren't these beautiful!? I'm not sure if they are going on the tree or if I'm gifting them yet. :)

Who's ready to make some ornaments!? Have you made any handmade gifts for the holidays? We want to know. Share in the comments! Thank you so much for visiting today.

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