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Earlier this year, I changed my blog direction to food and craft posts. They had been dormant passions of mine and it wasn’t until the regularity of the kids going to school that enabled me to spend more time on these.
The forecast said that we might be getting snow this winter but I am still waiting for that to happen! If it doesn’t happen, why not check out this post on how to create a snowflake party this winter!
I am going to share how I used a wrap and pancake to make snowflake and paper crafts in this post. Also not forgetting some of my lovely blogging friends who shared their snowflake party ideas with me.
Last week, I popped by Waitrose to buy Tortilla wraps and pancakes to make these edible snowflakes. They are so easy to make too!
- Snowflake Tortilla Wrap
Firstly, my son spread the Flora margarine onto the tortilla wrap and then used OXO Fairy Wand to evenly cover with cinnamon sugar. If you don’t have any ready-made cinnamon sugar, you could add 1 spoon of ground cinnamon sugar with 2 spoons of caster sugar. Fold the tortilla wrap into four to six corners (your preference). We then used a knife (instead of scissors, as they do not cut properly on small areas) to trim the wrap. Pop the snowflakes in the oven for 5 minutes 160°c. Then they are ready to eat!
- Snowflake Pancake
- Snowflake Peppermint Paste
Thinly Spread has made these delicious looking peppermint paste snowflakes which work well as a cake topping or as an edible snack! They look gorgeous especially with the golden glitter!
- Snowflake Lemon Shortbread
What about baking edible cookies for your friends? Simply Sensational Food has baked this gorgeous lemon shortbread and piped it so precisely! Piping is something I have always wanted to learn! Hope with plenty of baking practice to come, I can be like her!
Next these are the four craft posts to make gorgeous snowflakes to decorate your house!
- Frozen Paper Plate Snowflake
I know people are sick of Frozen but my daughter loves them! So I used a pack of round origami sheets I bought from The Works. To make this, you will need paper plates, blue origami sheets, glue and sticks. Fold the paper into three and use a pencil to draw the outline like this. Then use scissors or a pen knife to cut it out. Stick it on the paper plate.
- Paper Snowflake
- Pop out Paper Snowflake
Over 40 and a Mum to One has made these pop out paper snowflakes that look stunning! It looks simple but does sound complicated! Hats off to her! It was brilliant.
- Snowflake Christmas Tree Skirt
Hellie’s Corner was so creative to sew such a gorgeous snowflake Christmas tree skirt to add a wow factor to her lovely tree!
These are the two snow play posts that will thrill children at a party!
- How to Make Artificial Snow
In The Playroom used this Water Science kit that contains ingredients to make snow! It is gorgeous! It is always great ways to teach children about science experiments! And snow does not always have to come in white, you could add food colour to make it whatever colour you like!
- Snow Kingdom
Well, if it happened to snow outside, why not bring the snow inside the house to make a Snow Kingdom! Such a clever idea when you want to keep warm indoors! Just simply create a play area for them by adding figurines or toys into the container.
Thanks to all the contributors and Cbias for this opportunity to share the 10 DIY Snowflakes Party Ideas! Hope you enjoy it and happy pinning! Also do let me know if you have any other snowflake ideas to add to this list! I will pop over to have a look!