A tree made of crocheted snowflake stars.

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When you wish upon a star…

Actually, it’s less than a month till Christmas and stars are IN! So, without further ado, let’s make a snowflake wall hanger or two. In addition to Christmas trees and wreaths, wall hangers are probably the best way to showcase suspended ornaments. Moreover, since this is a less traditional mode, the resulting decorations will be much more unique and individual. Of course, you can maker them in traditional ways as well, so that they match other, more classic themes. Lastly, these will also serve very well as little gifts, to be added to larger ones or to stuff stockings. Either way, I think these are a great and refreshing idea for the season.

Winter Star Wall Hanging

First, this snowflake wall hanger is a beautiful and fun way to suspend stars all over the house. However, a localised display will definitely put an accent in one section of the home.

Winter Star Wall Hanging

Go to the pattern: Winter Star Wall Hanging

Tree of Snowflakes

Next, we have a snowflake wall hanger which is more of a collage. Overall, the highly varied snowflakes give the impression of real ones (no two alike) that just happened to form a Christmas tree shape. Wonderful!

Tree of Snowflakes

Go to the pattern: Tree of Snowflakes

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2 Comments

  1. Wszystkie te prace są bardzo ładne. Mam nadzieję, że z niektórych wzorów skorzystam, o ile będę mogła je dokładnie przeanalizować. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.

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