Contact: Dave Stredulinsky
32 John Cross Drive
NOTE: The paper snowflake images and patterns on this site are for personal and educational use only. Commercial use is strictly prohibited without the expressed written permission of David C. Stredulinsky.
Copyright © 1999-
This site contains images, patterns and instructions for over 500 paper snowflakes that have been cut out of ordinary writing and computer paper with small scissors. The snowflakes have been used to decorate our Christmas tree, windows, furniture, and doorways during the Christmas season for the last 35 years or so. Each Christmas we make a few more to add to our collection. They provide a wintry personal touch to Christmas decorations and if handled with care the snowflakes can be used over and over for many years.
Jan 2, 2015: This site was rebuilt with a more modern (and hopefully easier to navigate) interface. I also added a FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) page. Please email any additional questions/comments that you may have concerning paper snowflakes and this site. I also set up a Facebook page about paper snowflake decorations which you may be interested in visiting and sharing.
I would like to dedicate this collection of paper snowflake patterns to my mother, who sadly is no longer with us. She explored and perfected the "art" of snowflake making and encouraged our whole family to gather round the tree each Christmas Eve and create new snowflakes.
To access the patterns and instructions for over 500 paper snowflakes on this site you need to either purchase a membership or purchase the CD. Machine cutting files are also available for 71 snowflakes.
From the Members page you can purchase a membership and/or login to the member pages. The membership gives you unlimited access to the site for one year and allows you to download sets of pattern pages in PDF files from which you can view and print patterns and instructions.
You can also download JPEG images of any of the snowflakes and view photos of some of our Christmas trees decorated with the snowflakes from the Free page. The Free page also provides some sample patterns, including some simpler patterns suitable for younger school-