Hanger Snowflake

4 Materials
$5
1 Hour
Easy

I like to decorate seasonally so that I can leave the decorations up for 3 months at a time. I created this fun snowflake from 8 hangers. You can see more of my crazy creations here

You'll need 8 hangers for this project, white pipe cleaners, a hot glue gun, and snowflake decorations.

Start by placing the long side of 2 hangers next to each other and use a pipe cleaner to tie them together. Repeat this with other hangers so that you have 4 sets of these.

Attach the hanging end of the hangers together with the pipe cleaners. You'll do this for all 4 sets, and you'll have your snowflake form.

Line up the center of all of the hangers. Reinforce them with hot glue.

Reinforce the outside edges of the hangers with hot glue.

Hot glue a large snowflake to the center of the hanger snowflake.

Add smaller snowflakes around the perimeter of the hanger snowflakes. This will help cover all of the pipe cleaners on the outside as well.

Lastly, I hot glued small snowflakes over the center pipe cleaners.

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Suggested materials:

  • Hangers
  • Hot glue and glue gun
  • Pipe cleaners
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  • Libby Libby on Nov 22, 2021

    Great project. Honestly from the teaser pic I though it was the start of Ángel wings and her paper body. I pictured sheers over it. Anyway- maybe next time :-)

    Also, duct tape has a white color, love it, may make sturdier connection ?

    Thanks for the inspiration!

  • Bar30852203 Bar30852203 on Nov 22, 2021

    Yes I will but wondered about putting lights on them & putting in the windows?

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