Button Snowflakes

We saw our first snowfall yesterday :) and A. was super excited. I wanted to do a snowflake craft with her but paper snowflakes seemed a little bit too hard.. so here's what we did instead:

A. didn't want to stop at making one, she wanted to make one for all her family members too! Once they're dry we're going to tie them to some string and hang them in the window. :)

10 responses to “Button Snowflakes

  1. aww i love em mashallah!
    where di du get the buttons?

  2. :) you can get a bag of buttons at Walmart for about $3, great deal!

  3. I am so going to Walmart one of those days :) Those snowflakes are very pretty. Anna did glitter snowflakes in her preschool, and it was highlight of the week.

  4. So cute and pretty.

  5. These are so cute! Thanks so much for the project, I'll be linking.

  6. So fun. I featured these at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com

  7. Jamie (RI)

    Thank you for this wonderful idea.
    When my Gram died, I inherited all the buttons she had, and she had tons! for some reason she saved every extra button she ever had. So I used her buttons to make these and I am giving them to our family members. Now everone will have a small piece of Gram to hang on their tree! :-)Thank you!

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  9. Just letting you know I linked to this post in my Snowflake Unit Study http://www.zujava.com/snowflake-study

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