Dunn DIY Homemade Snowflakes Seattle WA 1Step 1
Begin by plugging in your hot glue gun to let it heat up. Then download this template if you'd like to use our patterns.
Download and print the template and decide what sort of designs you'd like to make. Feel free to sketch your own shapes on the graph paper template we've provided, or simply use the designs we made!
Now that you've selected your designs, put your template on the table, place a sheet of wax paper over the template, and tape it to the table.
Now, spray the wax paper with cooking spray. Then wipe the wax paper sheet with a paper towel. (This seems a little counterintuitive, but it leaves just enough of a film on the wax paper that your snowflakes will peel off easily.)
Now, just start "gluing" your snowflake design.
Let the snowflake cool for a minute or two, then carefully peel it off the wax paper. The cooking spray should help this process.
Use a tiny dot of glue to adhere your snowflake a window. When you remove your snowflakes you'll need to clean a little bit of residue, but this is easily accomplished using a paper towel and a little window cleaner.
And now, you can have snowflakes on a rainy day!