Christmas Snowflake Banner



Here is a quick and easy way to make any area more festive for the holidays.

Buy some snowflakes at the Dollar Store. There are a few different options there.

Print a holiday word out. I try to use a font bold enough to show up,

and tape the back of it on some twine or ribbon.

This project takes about 15 minutes at the most.

I’ve made two. The one above for the nursery, and the one below on the piano.

Hope you’re having a great weekend.

Mine is going by too fast. I wish we had a whole month of Christmas break!



  1. Looks great..and I love the 15 mins! Hello! My type of project!

  2. Looks amazing!! love the dollar store and love a 15 minute craft!!

  3. I’m not sure if I’m missing something or not, but do you trace te letters onto the snowflake? Or cut them out and glue them on? It’s tray cute and I would loove to make it!

  4. love the banners. That really adds a nice touch.

  5. Beautiful!

  6. I love that you put it in the nursery. I have a bad habit of only decorating my kitchen and living room but I love that you branch out!

    • Thanks Jen,

      This is one of the first years that I have had my house finished. We move in to fixers and renovate them while we are living in them, so there are usually rooms that don’t need to be decorated. But this year, we are waiting for the house to sell, so it was fun to add a few things in all the finished rooms 🙂


  7. What a cute idea! Would be great to use different shapes for other holidays/year round!

  8. So cute! I don’t think our Dollar Store had those snowflakes 🙁 I love that the banner is simple and easy to do! Nice job!

  9. Looks great! I love that you decorate your nursery for the season!

  10. Both of your garlands are cute and such and easy can do project!

  11. yours was one of my favorite links from Nester!

    great idea. love it~

  12. Great project! Thank you so much.

  13. L O V E the simplicity of this banner!

  14. What a beautiful idea! It looks great. Megan

  15. Very nice banner, I like your table scape too.

  16. These banners are perfectly lovely! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

  17. These banners are great. I live their simplicity.

  18. These look very cute! So much easier than the snowflake mobile I made. lol
    I saw you sharing at It’s So Very Cheri Linky Party.
    Debbie 🙂

  19. So so pretty!! Love this!!

  20. Love how easy and adorable these are!

  21. Love this banner!!!! I’ll have to try it!!!

  22. So simple and pretty–love it!

  23. So cute! I love this idea!!

  24. I love how simplistic this! I just got a silhouette machine which would be perfect for cutting out my snowflakes. If you get a chance come link up at my Pin Party.

  25. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    Its so great to have a quick craft that looks so beautiful. Let it snow!

    Thank you for partying with the Wildly Original Crowd.
    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

  26. Looks so super cute and sounds so easy… why didn’t I think of that?!? Great job looks beautiful!

  27. I love this idea, and using words like “snow”, I could make these to last all winter long! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  28. so adorable!

  29. Cute and so simple.

  30. Beautiful, and simple enough I think my first grader and his classmates could make this at the party! Thanks

  31. Thanks for including my banner in your great project line-up! –Katie


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