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DIY Snowflakes

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The weather here has been terrible these past few days. One minute it's raining cats and dogs, and the next it's bright and sunny. Not sure whether I should remain indoor or out! We decided to stay indoors yesterday and I raided my hubby's CD-ROM stack. He had lots of CD-ROMS that had not been used for over 10 years. In the end, my little boy and I made snowflakes which we hung just outside the hallway. It's a great addition to our Christmas decorations!



I think everyone knows how to make paper snowflakes
so I won't go into it in detail. I used old magazines to get
the different details & colours - no need to buy paper!

My son pondering over what part of the
magazine to cut out the snowflakes!

Old CD-ROMS - thanks hubby!!

The CD-ROMS add sparkle and provide a hard backing
to the paper snowflakes. Use craft glue or a glue stick

to stick the snowflakes on!


String them together...
Hanging outside our hallway.



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  1. Great idea to use those old CDS to add sparkle to the snowflakes!!

    We've had the same weather here - I'm off now to try and mow our lawn while it's sunny - more heavy rain is coming this afternoon - and our garden is rapidly turning into a jungle!!

    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  2. the weather is the same here! People have been getting sick at work because of it. Nice job with those snowflakes too! :)

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  3. Wow! These look fabulous and I bet they really catch the light too. Lovely.

    Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy

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  4. Thank you ladies! We're still in the wet season. I need to bring out my rubber boots! :-)

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