DIY Paper Snowflake Chandelier

I love doing Christmas craft and activities in class. The kids are getting excited for Christmas and the teachers are excited it’s nearly holidays. Snowflakes are a fun thing to make (even though it doesn’t snow in Perth).
I photocopied the template from Pinterest Pinterest
and got the kids to fold and cut.

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I then got a hula hoop, tied different lengths of string into the hoop and started sticky taping snowflakes onto it.

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It started looking like a beautiful dream catcher.

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Once all the snow flakes had been stuck on, I tied the hula hoop to wire across the classroom ceiling.

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Casey xxx

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