BY P&J Trading

HOMEMADE WINTER MINT SNOWFLAKES

Here at P&J Trading, we love snowflakes because each one is different from the other, just like people. We were all made differently from the person next to us which makes us unique in our own individual ways. Thus, we wanted to share with you today how to make paper snowflakes that smell like Winter Mint Fragrance Oil! This is also a great craft that will not only keep the kiddos entertained on a snow day, but you can teach how differences set us apart from other people in a positive light. Follow along with instructions below to learn how to make this winter mint paper snowflake!

PAPER SNOWFLAKE

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

  • White Printer Paper
  • Scissors
  • Twine
  • Thumb Tacks

STEP-BY-STEP

  • Take the white paper and cut it into an 8-by-8 or smaller square sheet.
  • Then, fold in half diagonally to form a triangle.
  • Fold your triangle in half once more so that the pointed corners meet.
  • Again, fold into thirds, overlapping the bottom left over the triangle.
  • Fold the right corner over the left side, make sure this is accurate before making the crease.
  • Trim the pointed corners at the bottom to make an even triangle.
  • Cut your design on the folded triangle *make small slivers along the side.
  • Unfold your unique snowflake!

WINTER MINT SPRAY

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

  • Your Finished Snowflake
  • 1/2 Cup Witch Hazel
  • 1 Cup Distilled Water
  • 20-30 Drops of Winter Mint Fragrance Oil
  • 10 OZ or Larger Spray Bottle

STEP-BY-STEP

  • Combine all ingredients in your bottle and shake well.
  • Allow your spray to settle for at least 24 hours.
  • Shake well before each use and store in a cool, dark area.

FINAL STEPS

  • Take your finished snowflake and lightly spritz your winter mint spray on your snowflake.
  • Cut a long piece of twine and place your finished craft on the twine.
  • Hang your winter snowflakes for a fun decoration in your home.
  • Make sure to reapply your winter mint spray if needed and enjoy!

Please let us know if you tried out this simple DIY craft in the comments below! If you want more ideas for you or your kiddos, go look at our DIY section!