book & craft: Snowflake Stained Glass Mobile

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It has been snowing a great deal here lately, so what better way to celebrate this winter wonderland than a book and a little craft to go along with it!  We read this cute little book, Let It Snow by Maryann Cocca-Leffler.  It’s a sweet little book about winter, and a quick read for a 3 year old.  V loved it.  How do I know, let me count thy ways…we read it once, twice, four times again :)  To continue our winter adventure, we then made snowflakes.  Pretty blue hued tissue paper snowflakes.  This super-fun kid-approved project will sure be a hit with your little ones.


Snowflake Stained Glass Mobile ©2013

This is how we made them & how you can make them to go along with your winter reading too.



  • print out the snowflake printables here
  • laminate the printable (this makes it studier for hanging)
  • cut out snowflakes along outer circle with your scissors
  • using your X-ACTO knife, cut out the center grey snowflake shapes, separating the grey piece from the white circle piece
  • trace circles, 2 for each snowflake onto the paper side of your contact paper


Snowflake Stained Glass Mobile ©2013


  • cut out circles of contact paper
  • remove the backing and place 1 circle of contact paper on one side of each snowflake circle (the center snowflake design will be sticky)
  • cut different blue hues of tissue paper into several strips
  • next, cut out smaller squares of tissue paper, approximately 1/2 inch in size


Snowflake Stained Glass Mobile ©2013


  • now you are ready for the “kiddo part” :)
  • have the kiddos stick the tissue paper squares on the exposed contact paper in any fun way they want – they can stick them one by one or they dump the entire bowl on top!
  • next shake off any loose tissue paper pieces


Snowflake Stained Glass Mobile ©2013


  • seal off back to contain tissue paper squares with 2nd circle piece of contact paper
  • trim edges with scissors
  • punch holes in snowflake circles, one hole on the top & one hole on the bottom (except for the last circle – it will only get a hole punch on the top)
  • thread your twine through the circle holes making a chain, creating a mobile

Snowflake Stained Glass Mobile ©2013

xx m



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  1. This is so beautiful! :)
    Leslie recently posted..Paper Christmas Trees (template included)My Profile

  2. Love this! Turned out beautifully and is a great alternative to what I found out when I came home yesterday with Hubby watching the kids: they cut up my work papers to make their own snowflakes :-)
    Chrissy @ The Outlaw Mom Blog recently posted..You’re My Valentine!My Profile

    • Thanks Chrissy! Oh no – I’m so sorry to hear about your work papers – at least they they made them into pretty snowflakes ;) Thanks for taking the time to stop by & check them out :) xx ♥ m

  3. Love this! It turned out so beautiful! Thanks for being part of the hop!
    The Iowa Farmer’s Wife recently posted..Guest Post: May I Give You A Valentine ReaderMy Profile

    • Thanks Adrienne! I finally had a chance to go through & see what everyone was doing – I pinned them all up to today! Thanks for having a wonderful series for us to join :) xx ♥ m

  4. How pretty! This is a really cool project.
    Jessica @ Play Trains! recently posted..Damage-Free Decorating for Wooden Train LayoutsMy Profile

    • Thanks Jessica!! Yes, I’m really pleased with how they turned out – they look really pretty up against the window with the light shining in too :) Thanks for stopping by – I’m glad you liked them!! xx ♥ m


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