Wooden Snowflakes

Categories: Christmas and Crafty's Projects.

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You can easily make yourself some wood disc snowflakes.

You need:

  • some branches, about 7 cm or 3 inches wide,
  • a wood burning tool,
  • a saw to cut them
  • a drill to add the holes
  • your imagination for the images
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Before it got too cold and snowy I went to the back of the garden where we keep lots of brush and sorted out some branches and bought them inside to be sure they were dry before cutting.

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The first job after drying was to cut the wooden discs, about 2 cm or half inch thick. It was a challenge to get a clear photo of the saw and drill when they were in motion.

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It was interesting to see the different colours of the discs once they were cut, obviously from different trees.

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We have a very old wood burning tool, but it still works and after heating it up I made some designs that reminded me of snowflakes. I threaded some garden twine through the holes and they were ready to hang on the nature tree.

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This was a fun, quick and easy craft to make. I’ve got more to make and think I will use some of them as gift tags. You could wood burn any design (image or words). You are only limited by your own imagination.

After awhile I branched out a bit (pardon the pun) …. and did Christmas trees.

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Nature crafts – using shells, rocks, driftwood, sea glass, pinecones

More ornament ideas:

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I’m sharing with: The Really Crafty Link Party, Handmade Monday, To Grandma’s House We Go, Creative Compulsions

Thanks to Handmade Monday and To Grandma’s House We Go for featuring my wooden disc snowflakes. It is great appreciated.

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Comments

    • I had lots of fun making these Diane and I love natural things too. Thanks for the good wishes, but here in Canada we celebrate Thanksgiving in early October. Hope you have a good Thanksgiving, enjoy the good food and family and friends.

  1. Very sweet ornaments! And I’m with you, I craft for enjoyment, too. I tried the selling route: booth, craft fairs, Etsy shop, and it sucked a lot of the creative freedom out crafting. It was too stressful wondering if what I was making/selling was going to help me break even on supplies…forget the time!

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