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Snowflakes to Decorate Your Apartment With

paper snowflakes  with a pair of scissors in a wooden box

This month, the Tower at OPOP Blog is bringing our residents ways to decorate their apartments with a winter theme, including some crafting ideas. For instance, snowflakes make the perfect wintertime decoration, and they are so easy to make, yet they are versatile enough they can be made from different materials too.  We’ve got snowflake patterns and other crafts to choose from. Check out local St. Louis, MO stores like JoAnn Fabrics and Crafts, and Michael’s for craft supplies.

Craft Projects for Winter Decor

3D Paper Snowflakes with directions from Wikihow

These snowflakes take the fold, cut, and unfold concept a step further. With a little more work you can have a 3D masterpiece. Make some of various sizes to hang in your windows or from the ceiling.

Paper Snowflake Window Curtain

Paper snowflakes can look beautiful in your windows as holiday curtains. Follow this tutorial to create a winter wonderland to hang in your window  — a curtain of ice — without the chill.

Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornaments

Frosted snowflakes make beautiful ornaments for your holiday decor. All you need to make these is white pipe cleaners, spray adhesive, Epsom salts, fishing line, and acrylic sealer. These snowflakes sparkle — just like the real ones!

Evergreen Candle from Better Homes & Gardens

This craft is beautiful, simple, and easy to make. Just get a candle holder, evergreen pieces, spray adhesive, and pillar candles. Clean the holder, coat the greenery with the spray adhesive, and attach each piece to the container. Imagine the effect of the light shining through the greenery when you dim your lights and light the candle!

These 18 Winter Craft ideas from Country Living provide even more ideas to get your creativity rolling! Have fun decorating your home this season! It’s definitely a little bit of a process to find exactly what you like and are comfortable within your space, but it’s always fun to experiment and try new things.

Stop by your favorite St. Louis craft store for any needed supplies, and then start crafting this weekend! Thanks for reading our blog today. We’re looking forward to a new year with more ideas for apartment living, movies, recipes, DIY projects, and more!