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Bet You Didn't Know Shelf Liner Could Be This Festive!

by M.E. Gray

DIY window decals - These aren't regular paper snowflakes!

Here in the frozen north (a.k.a. Minnesota), no one really likes snow. As soon as those first puffy flakes come tumbling down from the sky, you can almost hear a unanimous groan echoing across the state. We experienced our first snowfall the weekend after Halloween, and no one was happy about it... except for me. I love the snow! Granted, I'm not from here, so maybe it's just a matter of me not being sick of it yet. The snow is still magical, though. I can't get enough of it, and I am more than happy to hang a few DIY window decals in its honor.       

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Curbly Essentials: Print-and-Cut Paper Snowflake Templates

by Bruno Bornsztein


Curbly Essentials: Paper Snowflake Templates

This month, we're giving away a free series of useful PDF tutorials that are perfect for the holiday season. We're calling it "Curbly Essentials", and today's download is a set of nine printable, cut-out-able paper snowflake templates. These sweet-looking things are modeled after photomicrogaphy of real snowflakes (if you have a minute, look at some of these images, they're amazing). 

Read on to see how to get today's download: Curbly...

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Felt Snowflakes

by Lilybee

Snowflakes that are fuzzy and soft are so much better than the real thing. Look how pretty these Two Sided Felt Snowflakes are:

created on: 12/12/08

Their creator, Molly at The Purl Bee says that you can 'You can create your own blizzard in a snap!' A pretty felt blizzard sounds lovely and way better than the real kind that stops you wearing your brand new boots and makes your nose do that dribbly snot thing.

Here's what you'll need:

  • 2 pieces of felt one...

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Making pictorial snowflakes

by DIY Maven

Making pictorial snowflakes

These snowflake designs are quite remarkable. If you examine them closely, you'll see pictures in them. Easy to make out are the seahorses and fish pictured above. Also easy to spot are these hearts, but note the 'love border'. 

A little trickier yet is 'Joy' spelled out in the one below. The maker has included not only the folding and cutting methods but examples of the patterns he used as well. Again, remarkable. For the entire tutorial...

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