Snowflakes are SO easy. You need a coiled center and three basic shapes in groups of six. Nineteen pieces as big or small as you like and you have a lovely snowflake!
I like making them to tie on packages or give as ornament gifts. Below, I used white gold on edge English paper strips. I like this paper, it is thinner and easier to use with miniature pieces.
I try to hide all paper seams and no traces of glue can show anywhere, especially on the back.
English crimson quilling strips with shiny metallic silver edge.
Silver holofoil on white English paper strips.
These simple and easy snowflakes are in my book. So small they fit as candy toppers and on trinket matchboxes.
This is one of my largest I have made for hanging as wall art. It is 12" in diameter and made from 1-inch wide crimped strips of construction paper. I only used four shapes plus the center coil. The strips are 12 inches in length. The crimping makes it more sturdy and I used a wooden dowel to roll the strips. I finished it by spraying very lightly with a glitter spray.
I made this pink snowflake many years ago. The instructions can be found HERE on the NAQG website.
I made this snowflake project for a magazine in 2008. It is double-rolled using two colors. I was disappointed in the quality/size on their website so I made a super
large one you can view (and use for a pattern) by clicking the photo.
And lastly, I have a page HERE with several different types of easy snowflakes, patterns, instructions, tips and project suggestions.
Enjoy and have a fantastic day!