Snowflake Window

This idea wouldn’t leave me alone until I hung it from my window.  Thank goodness I had a little helper for this. My Super-E helped me cut out the snowflakes, and gladly too.  Not many projects I can get him to help with before he wonders off uninterested.  But he liked this, and couldn’t wait to get them up and showing.

I have to mention that scrap paper from work was used to create this. One side white, the other has words, numbers and grids.  Can’t really tell in the pictures.

The pictures were a bit tricky to get.  I didn’t want to share the mess on the dining table, the crooked light hanging overhead or the table piled with boxes outside the window.  A night shot and an angle shot spared you from both.  This blog is the one place that is very organized and tidy in my life, I would like to keep it that way.

This entry was posted in Holiday Hoopla and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

19 Responses to Snowflake Window

  1. anastasia says:

    i can relate to messy dining tables (my craft zone)
    but this is beautiful!! looks fantastic REgina!

  2. Teresa says:

    What a pretty recycled project!

  3. wendy says:

    Stunning!!! I’m gonna have to try that!
    I love all your garlands, too 🙂

  4. kristin says:

    it’s gorgeous regina!!

  5. Ribs says:

    That’s fabulous! I think I’ll steal your idea for next year. And I understand the dining room table – if it’s flat in our house, clutter will surely come…

  6. Melanie O. says:

    I love it – so pretty! And I agree about the messiness behind the camera – the blog can look neat and it will look neat!

  7. So cute! (Oh and I think we all find ways to avoid showing the mess in our blog photos 🙂

  8. Jessica says:

    Amazing! How did you hold all the intricate snow flakes together? Love this one!

  9. Michelle says:

    Super E is one of the best snowflake cutters I’ve ever seen. That is one fabulous garland. And I totally hear you about the selective camera angle. You don’t even want to see what’s just beyond the lens on my blog… trust me!

  10. Rikkianne says:

    I love it!!!! Its made from scraps too! Just beautiful 🙂

    I am sending you warmest wishes for the holidays:)

  11. Taryn says:

    Love the snowflakes!! It turned out beautifully. And I share your photographic dilema. Although, the rest of this house has to look better before my company arrives for Christmas!!

  12. What a stunning way to display paper snowflakes! I’ve never seen anyone do it like that… it is very pretty!

  13. Angela says:

    this is absolutely gorgeous! mind if i copy you next year? we have simply white curtains on our big picture window, too, and i would love to file this project away for next year’s decorations!

  14. katy says:

    simply beautiful. paper snowflakes are nice on their own, but together like that, they are magnificent.

  15. Tudo bem? rediges assuntos muito giros no teu blogue….

Comments are closed.