I’m a big fan of anything that makes doing arts and crafts with kids that bit easier and this simple free snowflake template is perfect if you’re doing some winter crafts for kids or looking at creating some Christmas or weather crafts and activities with them.
The snowflake template comes as two PDF’s and there are four different snowflake designs for you, one larger easy design that has a page to itself and three smaller snowflake patterns on another page if you fancy doing something a little more detailed or just changing things up a bit.
As well as the free snowflake templates I’ll also be sharing lots of ideas for ways which you can use these with your child.
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What Is Included In The Template?
This PDF contains two pages of snowflake templates.
- One page with a large basic snowflake template
- One page with three smaller snowflake patterns
You can get these templates at the bottom of this page by subscribing the free Crafts on Sea newsletter, we won’t spam you and you can unsubscribe at any time – we do send information about lots of printables like this though which are perfect for keeping your kids entertained!
How Can I Decorate a Paper Snowflake?
The PDF’s I’m sharing here are also the ones that I’ve used for our easy snowflake crafts so if you’d like to see these free templates in action and get some ideas and instructions for how to use this then be sure to check those out too.
I love the tissue paper and mosaic ideas and I’ve shared to this page a little video of the snowflake template in action being used with another of these crafts.
More Ways To Use Your Snowflake Pattern:
Colouring – sometimes the easiest ideas are the best! Both of these PDFs can be used as coloring pages, if you print the snowflakes on white paper then use a blue pen or marker to colour them or you could add shades of purple and green too.
Snowflake garland – Cut out the snowflake shapes and then attach them together using string and a little bit of tape on the back of your snowflakes. These would be fun hung in a bedroom or on a mantlepiece.
Pom poms – Glue on some coloured pom poms, blue shades would be great and maybe some purples too.
Buttons – Stick coloured buttons on to your snowflake, obviously both these and pom poms can be a choking hazard so if you are using small items with your child make sure that they are supervised at all times.
More Winter Templates for Kids Crafts
During the colder months most of us spend more time indoors which can make it harder trying to find ways to keep your kids entertained. To help you we’ve shared lots of winter themed templates which are perfect for encouraging some creativity with your child.
You can use them for winter coloring pages but if you want to try something different then you’ll also find ideas with each printable for art activities you can try.
Just as with this PDF, all of these templates are free.
How To Get Your Free Printable Snowflake Templates
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More Free Snowflake Activities for Kids
This snowflake paper plate twirler is a great way to practice scissor skills and my daughter loved making hers.
Make and decorate some paper plate snowflakes – great for kids that like using a lot of paint and decorations.