Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Rainbow Snowflake Suncatchers {Winter Craft for Kids}

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I used to love cutting out paper snowflakes as a kid and I hope that my kids do too! But sometimes paper snowflakes are a bit...well, boring and plain looking. That's not the case with these rainbow snowflake suncatchers. They're bright and colorful, adding a welcome blast of color to the months of snow we enjoy here in the Canadian prairies.

While best suited to older children, younger kids will certainly love helping you design and cut out some snowflakes to hang in the window.

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Winter Suncatcher Craft for Kids: Make Rainbow Snowflakes!

These beautiful and colorful snowflake suncatchers are the perfect way to add a punch of color during the dreary white months of winter. They're a nice variation on paper snowflakes and are great for working on fine motor skills. Plus, they'll look so beautiful in your windows! Or try stringing a bunch of these snowflakes together to create a mobile or winter garland/bunting.


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