Recycled Magazine Snowflake Ornaments

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Make glittery snowflakes from recycled magazine pages for your Christmas tree!

Step 1: Watch the Quick Video Tutorial Here!

Step 2: You'll Need

Wax paper

Glitter

White glue

Magazine pages

Americana Multi-Surface Satin in Gold and Silver

Scissors

Paintbrushes

Pencil

Thin ribbon

Step 3: Roll the Paper

Cut magazine pages in half (side to side, not top to bottom)

Roll one sheet around a pencil and add another sheet when you get to the end

*This will make your tubes nice and thick

Glue the end of the paper down

Cut the tubes into 1/2" long pieces

You'll need about 8 tubes to make one ornament

Lay out wax paper

Step 4: Paint and Glitterize!

Squeeze some glue on the edge of your wax paper

Dip the pieces in one by one and build your snowflake

When dry, paint with the gold Americana Multi-Surface Satin

Brush glue on the edges and sprinkle with glitter

Add a ribbon through one of the ends and hang on your tree!

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    jasminesmummy

    3 years ago

    Thank you very much for sharing, it is brilliant idea and I can recycle all my old magazines. Happy Christmas x

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    Mark Montanojasminesmummy

    Reply 3 years ago

    I love making these ornaments for Christmas Jasmine. They're cheap and cheerful!

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    AJH532

    3 years ago on Introduction

    I love how easy these look! Am envisioning a ceiling full of them when walking inside from the entry...Thanks for this !!!

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    studleylee

    3 years ago on Introduction

    Beautiful. I will try this. It's relaxing making things like this at Christmas and would be great for kids too in learning skills that will last a lifetime. Well done.

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