Picture of Paper Roll Snowflakes
I made these snowflakes last year to decorate the walls of the entrance during Christmas time...they ended up staying attached to the wall during the whole year and they are still there! :D
Everybody seems to like them whenever they visit and they can't believe how fast and simple they are to make!
I'm sure that everybody has the materials needed for this project at home. All of them are upcycled.

This is something that you can do with children, I bet you'll have fun!
This technique is very used to create wall arts, you can create so many different shapes! You'll be able to find many if you search a little on the internet, but making up your own is so much funnier! The main "ingredient" is paper rolls! :D
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Step 1: What you need

  • 1 or 2 paper rolls (depending on how big it is)
  • cardstock
  • aluminium foil
  • hot glue
  • stick glue
  • silver spray paint

Step 2: Divide the paper roll in sections

First of all you have to flatten your paper roll(s) a little.
Now, starting from one side, measure 1,5cm (0.59 inches) and trace a line.
Continue to trace lines keeping the same distance until you reach the other end.

This way you have divided the roll in many thin sections.
Cut all of them using scissors.

I'm going to show you how I made my biggest snowflake, so you'll need 14 sections for this one. You may need less or more depending on the shape you want to create.

Step 3: Compose the snowflake

Now that you have all the pieces ready, you can start playing with them composing the shape you like!

I placed 7 sections next to each other forming something that resembles a flower.
Use hot glue to join the pieces together on their sides.

Finally, I attached the remaining 7 pieces between the "petals" that I glued before.

Simple, isn't it? :)
GinaBidd20 days ago

This is sooooo cool!! Will definately try it!

lindarose92 (author)  GinaBidd20 days ago

Thank you!! :) Please share a picture of it here if you can! ;)

hunter99911 months ago

Wow! These are incredibily awesome and will look great christmas! :-)

lindarose92 (author)  hunter99911 months ago

Yes, definitely :) I actually made these for Christmas just took me more than a year to publish it here :D

And, thank you soooo much again!!

Oh yeah, did I mention that I voted? ;-)

knitwitcharm11 months ago

That is a whole lot easier than it looks. Where did you get this idea?

lindarose92 (author)  knitwitcharm11 months ago

I saw wall arts made with paper rolls everywhere on the internet and decided to make mine too using aluminium foil as base instead of nothing, I thought it would give a cooler look to the snowflake :)

It certainly did.

sunshiine11 months ago

I love the texture! This is quite pretty. Thanks for sharing got my vote!


lindarose92 (author)  sunshiine11 months ago

Oh thank you so much!! :)

Never would have guessed paper rolls if it wasn't in the title! awesome work linda :D

lindarose92 (author)  Muhaiminah Faiz11 months ago

Thank you so much! Paper rolls can be really fun to use, I'm sure you would come up with such beautiful wall arts! :)

You're welcome! and thanks for the hint! ;)

faiza00711 months ago beautiful..!! i love it.. :)

lindarose92 (author)  faiza00711 months ago

Thank you so much Faiza, I'm glad you like it! :)

shirry berken11 months ago
cool but u but some classic like pink sind
lindarose92 (author)  shirry berken11 months ago

Sorry, I can't understand what you mean...thank you anyway :)

I like it!
lindarose92 (author)  CommanderCookie11 months ago

Glad you like it! :)

They look really beautiful Linda. I love your Ideas, they are unique.
lindarose92 (author)  Tarun Upadhyaya11 months ago

Thank you so much Tarun, I really appreciate it! :)