Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornaments | handmade ornament no. 19

Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornaments | handmade ornament no. 19

Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornaments | Welcome to the Fourth Annual Handmade Ornament Series. This week a line up of fabulous friends will be stopping in each day to share some creative Homemade Christmas Ornament ideas.

Please welcome our next guest Jenn from Clean and Scentsible

Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornaments

Hello! My name is Jenn and I blog over at Clean and Scentsible. I have always looked forward to Stephanie Lynn’s Handmade Ornament series in the past and am so excited to be participating in it this year! I am a big fan of handmade ornaments and always do up at least a few new ones each year. These frosted snowflakes are super easy to do and can be fun to make with your kids as well.

Pipe Cleaner Snowflakes


    • white pipe cleaners
    • spray adhesive
    • Epsom salts
    • fishing line
    • acrylic sealer

Frosted Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornament


  • Cut three equal lengths of the white pipe cleaner. {I used either 1/3 or 1/2 of a pipe cleaner for my snowflakes}. Twist them together in the center to form a basic snowflake with six spokes.
  • Once you have your basic design, you just need to add more pieces of pipe cleaner to create a more intricate snowflake. Remember that no two snowflakes are alike so there is really no right or wrong way to do this!

Pipe Cleaner Snowflake Ornament

  • For my favorite snowflake design, take a pipe cleaner and wrap it around the middle of one of your spokes. Bend it upwards and bend it again to form a triangle. Attach the base to the middle of the next spoke. Continue around the snowflake until you are back where you started.

Pipe Cleaner Ornaments

  • The snowflake can then be left as is or you can continue to add some detail by trimming small pieces of pipe cleaner and attaching them to the ends of your spokes.
  • Once you have your snowflakes completed, it is time to frost them! I placed mine in a box to minimize the mess. Make sure to protect all surfaces around you if you do not have a box – the spray adhesive can be hard to remove!

Epsom Salt Snowflakes

  • Spray the snowflakes with the adhesive and then sprinkle the Epsom salts over top. You can gently press down on the snowflake to help adhere the Epsom salts a bit more. Allow to dry {this doesn’t take too long} and then do the other side. Once it has dried again, shake out any loose Epsom salts and press your snowflake lightly between two pieces of paper to further remove any loose particles.
  • You can finish with an acrylic sealer.
  • Attach some fishing line to your snowflake and hang.

The snowflakes look so pretty when the light reflects off of them and add a beautiful touch to your tree or garland!

Pipe Cleaner and Epsom Salt Snowflake Ornaments

Thank-you so much to Stephanie Lynn for having me today! I wish you all a wonderful holiday season filled with lots of peace and joy!

Jenn Clean & Scentsible
Hi there! I’m Jenn, mommy to two busy {and very cute!} boys and wife to a very tolerant hubby. I work part time as a pediatric physiotherapist but created Clean and Scentsible to share my passion for crafting, organizing, and all things creative. It is filled with crafts, easy DIY projects, recipes, and lots of holiday inspiration for both you and your family.
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  1. What a beauty of an ornament! Especially if it is placed by the lights on the Christmas Tree! Love the idea. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Merry Christmas!

  2. These are fabulous, Jen! I love them!!



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