Sunday, December 13, 2009

Free Quilled Snowflake Ornament Pattern

It is that time of the year... the cold weather has rolled in, we have had 2 winter storms and I have gotten stuck in the snow already and it is only December... lol

quilled quilling red snowflake ornament

I hope you enjoy this Red and White snowflake ornament. This is a 6-pointed snowflake for you to enjoy.

1 - 12 in (30.5 cm) White Tight Roll. This is for the center of the ornament.

6 - 2 in (5 cm) Red Tight Rolls. They will go all around the center white tight roll.

6 - 6 in (15.2 cm) White Teardrops. Glue the point of the teardrop between the 2 inch red tight rolls.

6 - 4 in (10.2 cm) Red Tight Rolls. Glue to the rounded white teardrop.

6 - 6 in (15.2 cm) White Teardrops. Glue the rounded part of the teardrop to the red tight rolls.

Add a jump ring to one of the points with a ribbon to hang from the tree.

Once the ribbon is attached you can enjoy the movement of the snowflake on a variety of places. You can add this ornament to a card and turn your card into a gift as well. If you are working on a winter scrapbook page, you can make one of these to adorn your page.

Or you can just hang it from your tree!

Copyright for Personal Use Antonella DeFalco

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Regina said...

The snowflake is so elegant, simple and lovely!!!!

I´m leaving the web for a time. I need some rest after a whole year of a hard work... but everything was absolutely great!!!

Love and hugs


Charlotte Canup said...

Antonella --

Love the snowflake. I can just picture several embellishing a scrapbook page. The accent coils could match colors in the photos, like a child's scarf. Thank you for sharing.

All the best for the new year!

Antonella said...

Regina, Thank you for your kind words. I hope you don't stay away too long, I love all your work. Hugs, antonella :-)

Antonella said...

Charlotte, I can picture the same thing! I used to make all white snowflakes and was making these last year for my son's teachers and asked him and he wanted me to make them with lots of colors - so this was my compromise - lol. You should see the angel I am making for his teacher this year (he wants her to have pink, blue, and green - wish me luck!). Hugs, antonella :-)


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