It’s the most wonderful time of the year, when snowflakes appear like magic and transforms everything into a winter wonderland. Snow hides all the imperfections of fall, and smooths everything out in an irresistible blanket of white. It’s like the Spanx of weather. True, a few inches of snow brings with it the stuff childhood dreams are made of; no school, sledding and snowball fights, building igloos and snowmen- but it also brings with it some serious cabin fever, if say those few inches turns into a few feet. Sure, you can still bundle up and send them outside for a little while, but suddenly, snow isn’t magical at all, and one can only watch so many holiday movies on Netflix. What’s a housebound kid to do? We have the answer.
When it’s too cold to go out, bring a little outside in with these gorgeous printable snowflake templates to turn your kids bedroom into their very own North Pole. From simple, understated designs even little kids can bust out, to more detailed, intricate designs for the older kids, children of all ages will love these easy snowflakes. Tape them in the windows, hang them from the ceiling, make them into garlands, or hang them from your tree. These snowflakes won’t melt, or get up your sleeves and make you super cold and wet. Use regular printer paper to make normal sized snowflakes, or up your blizzard game and make enormous flakes using rolls of paper or posterboard. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.
Originally published March 2014. Updated November 2017.
Just a few flakes to start.
A beautiful snowflake design that could double as a star.
Is it getting chilly in here?
This one belongs at the top of a Christmas tree.
It’s beginning to look a lot like…
In the words of Lorelai Gilmore, “I smell snow.”
A trio of twinkling flakes.
This geometric snowflake is made entirely of straight lines, so it’s easy to cut with scissors for the younger crowd.
This simplistic design is perfect for little chubby hands, with straight lines and few angles.
This intricate design is a beautiful snowflake for kids who are better with scissors or exacto knives, and the circular points make for an unusual flake.
The circular center of this unique design allows you to create whatever shape you’d like in the middle- a star, heart, or leave it a circle.
The best printable for ittles, all edges and angles with no curves or curls.
Beautiful and reminiscent of a fleur de lis, this snowflake pattern is a favorite.
Every snowflake is a one of a kind (still totally mindblowing) and this beauty is no exception.
This snowflake is great for making your own indoor blizzard, make different sizes for the full snowstorm effect.
If rounded edges is more your style, this pattern is for you, minimalistic perfection.
This floral inspired snowflake reminds you of fields and flowers, and is a great way to enjoy spring- in a snowflake.
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