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Bead Snowflake


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Snowflake made from beads and pipe cleaners.

Approximate Time: 30 minutes

Supplies:

  • 9 pipe cleaners
  • clear beads
  • string
  • wire snippers
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Instructions:

  1. Take your pipe cleaners, I used silver but you can use white also. Cut 8 of them in half with wire snippers.
  2. Take the whole pipe cleaner and place in the middle of the 8 halves and twist. Cut off excess.
  3. Now spread out the pipe cleaners to make a snowflake shape then start adding your beads, one at a time. Leave enough room on the end to fold back over the end bead to hold in place.
  4. Do that to all eight cleaners, then tie a string in middle and hang and enjoy.

I have mine hanging under my ceiling light to make it glisten when you turn on the light.

By Sandy from Bluff City, TN

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February 7, 20090 found this helpful

What an easy to make, yet beautiful project! Thank you for sharing it!

God Bless,
Sheila in Decatur, IL

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Pretty, bright and looks very good.

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