I don’t know about you, but I always find that there’s a need to draw snowflakes at Christmas time. Whether you’re decorating a holiday card, baking a cake, or drawing signs for christmas displays at work like I was, snowflakes are necessary around the holidays. Everyone knows that eight lines and a few arrows makes a decent snowflake, but why not spice things up and try out some fancier snowflake designs? They’re still really easy so you don’t have to worry, one browse through here and you’ll be drawing snowflakes like a pro in no time.
Here are 6 different snowflakes you can make with some easy lines. And below that are all the steps you need to take for the most basic one (all the others you can figure out easily enough).
I should reveal that I wrote this post originally for my old blog, and though I launched The White Corner Creative in April, this snowflake post continued to be one of my post popular post. So, now that winter time is upon us and people are continuing to pin and share this post, I’ve decided to migrate it here!
The best way to draw a snowflake is to start with eight lines, and then work in a circular pattern adding the other lines. You don’t want to add all the lines to one at a time, because the spacing could be off by the time you make your way around.
- snowflakes2.png - how to draw snowflakes template 1
- snowflakes1.png - how to draw snowflakes template 2
What are you drawing snowflakes for this year?