One of the crafts we did at the Christmas Craft party I had last week was to make beaded snowflakes/stars. They were a lot of fun to make. I wanted to give you the details in case you had the time to make them over the holidays. I read about them years ago in a Martha Stewart magazine and made some that we have enjoyed every year since. I've always wanted to make more in other colours - and now I have.
They are so simple to make and end up looking so pretty (you can see some of the original ones in the photo below with the red and blue beads).
I put together a little tutorial for you:
We made some in silver and white,
and some in turquoise and aqua,
and some in pink and red.
Which colours do you like best? I can never decide if they are stars or snowflakes, but either way I love them.
Grace @ Sense and Simplicity
Hi, I'm Grace from Toronto, Canada. Welcome to Sense and Simplicity. This is my little corner of blogland where I like to talk about family, decorating, photography, food, and travel - all done with sense and simplicity.
Feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org