This is a fun little project that will take you back to gradeschool arts and crafts, but, trust me, once you’ve got these beauties up on a wall, they’ll look all grown up.
Ready to create your own winter wonderland?
How to Make Your Paper Snowflakes Snowfall Wall
Cut out snowflakes in different shapes and sizes.
I used a bit of tape to stick each snowflake to the wall. Some types of tape seemed to work better than others, so you may need to experiment to see what will work best on your wall.
This is also a fun project to get your kids involved in holiday decorating. They’ll love getting crafty and seeing how many different snowflake shapes they can come up with. Plus, they’ll be so proud to see their handiwork displayed for all to see.
All right, it’s time to grab a mug of hot cocoa, curl up under a fuzzy blanket and enjoy the beautiful snowfall you created.
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Looking for more festive holiday decor ideas?? Check out the Cozy Mitten Garland, Holiday Cheer Chandelier and That’s A Wrap Garland tutorials