Flannel Friday: 5 Little Snowflakes and Tip!

I had pinned this set of Library Quine's a looooong time ago and had been scared to try to make it because look at how neat and intricate the flakes are! I'm in the process of creating a storytime kit to circulate with a Winter theme, so I knew now was the time to try it. As I was thinking of how I might attempt this, the idea crossed my mind to use some spray adhesive to allow me to use the paper as a stabilizer to keep the felt from moving around as much. Best. Idea. Ever. So good, in fact, that it turns out to not be that original. See here and here for some other great felt cutting tips and techniques.

Here's what it looked like after I used the spray adhesive on the template:
 After I was done cutting, it was easy to gently peel the paper away.

Here's my finished set. You can't tell, but this is sparkly felt! I found it at Joann's sold by the piece with the rest of the craft felt.
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  1. They are absolutely beautiful! Great job. ~ jane

  2. Huh. I never thought to use spray adhesive for this, but what a great idea.

  3. Great idea!! I also like mounting the snowflakes on the blue. I just put mine on the black flannel board, but the blue makes it pop too!! I think I used sparkle glitter glue on my flakes. I didn't know about the white glitter flannel.
    Thanks for sharing!!!

    1. You're welcome. Mounting them also makes them easier to store for me, so I can keep the flakes nice and flat and not crumpled up in their envelopes.


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