10 Times Paper Snowflake Decorations Actually Looked Pretty Fancy

10 Times Paper Snowflake Decorations Actually Looked Pretty Fancy

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Taryn Williford
Nov 28, 2015

Forget flower arranging classes or that afternoon you spent failing at Pinterest tutorials. All you ever needed to know about how to decorate for the holidays, you learned in kindergarten. Break out the scissors and paper, cut out a dozen of your best paper snowflakes and then check out the sophisticated ways you can decorate with them.

Above: Snowflakes made from coffee filters taped up into a window on Mom.me.

A pretty hanging hallway display crafted by I Heart Organizing.

Lila Was Here hung snowflakes from a painted tree branch.

Bar Rucci created this snowflake table runner for You Are My Fave.

Use snowflakes to decorate a buffet of food, like in this photo from Martha Stewart Living's December 2015 issue.

A stunning wintry bedroom from House & Garden UK. You can find 3D snowflake tutorials like this one around the web.

Hang paper snowflakes from a covered porch like Martha Stewart shows here.

Not quite snowflakes, but I love these colorful holiday staircase stars from Kate's Creative Space.

Snowflakes look great peeping through the windows of a glass panel door, as this photo from Burlap and Hay (via Brit + Co) shows us.

Bring the snow just inside the door with this hanging display from Martha Stewart.

Have you forgotten how to make these? We've got you:

→ Tutorial: How To Make Paper Snowflakes

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