Pattern For Snowflake

Materials

  • 18 plastic drink holders
  • Slimline Stapler and staples
  • White glossy spray paint
  • Glitter
  • White quilting or carpet thread and needle
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  • Gold or Silver spray paint (may be used for highlighting)

Instructions

1. Fold each holder in half lengthwise and staple circles together at each end at top edge and one end.

2. Staple 9 holders together at top edge to form a large circle. Staple both sides.

3. Run a double thread through the middle of each side, draw tight and tie off.

4. Place the flat side of each snowflake together and staple ends of each holder together.

5. Spray one side at a time with white paint and sprinkle with glitter before the paint dries.

6. Add clear fishing line for hanger.

You have just saved 18 plastic drink holders from being trown into the landfill or a lake for a fish or bird to swallow.

Sue L. (Originally Published 9/23/2002)

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July 7, 20040 found this helpful

oh thank you thank you thank you I have been looking for these directions for a long time you are the only place I could find them. I am planning to make a ceiling out of them for my wedding in January. you have made me a happy girl!!

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December 26, 20080 found this helpful

I've been looking for the directions for a long time, too, I have 2 of these snowflakes on my porch right now and I love them! This is a wonderful way to reuse these things so they don't end up in the landfill, and at the same time have fun and make something useful.

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April 12, 20090 found this helpful

Could someone please post a picture or link to a picture? I am having a hard time visualizing these, so steps 2 - 4 are confusing to me. Thanks!

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I need directions on how to make snowflakes out of soda can plastic rings---please I need your help.

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October 13, 20030 found this helpful

One of our readers posted the directions last year. Here is the link:

http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf001447.tip.html" rel="nofollow" target="new">http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf001447.tip.html

Let us know how they turn out.

- Susan

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