How To Make Stunning Bottle Top Snowflake Decorations

I’m a big fan of making your own Christmas decorations especially when they’re stylish, quick and thrifty these Bottle Top Snowflake Decorations. I came up with these when I was revisiting my bottle top flower crafts recently to join in with a blogger challenge. They weren’t seasonal enough for what I was after so with a teeny bit of tweaking I came up with this delicate snowflake.

Make your own stunning bottle top snowflake Christmas decorations. They add a gorgeous flurry of white to you home and are perfect for decorating walls, furniture and Christmas trees.



To Make Your Bottle Top Snowflake Decoration You Will Need

  • Glitter – silver or pale blue. I’ve use coarse PVC glitter and very fine polyester glitter (Martha Stewart) to make mine.
  • 12cm white tissue paper circles
  • Bottle tops
  • PVA glue (white glue)
  • Red house hold string

You will also need, small containers to put the glitter and glue in, paintbrush to spread the glue and small sharp scissors.

Materials for a super simple bottle top snowflake christmas decoration

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The first thing you need to do is paint PVA glue evenly over the top and sides of your bottle tops. Then place them face down in your glitter. Gently place you pointy finger into the bottle top and move it carefully into the glitter so the edges are covered. Carefully remove and set to one side to dry.

Glitter for a simple bottle top snowflake christmas decoration

Whilst your bottle tops are drying you need to cut out your snowflakes. The underneath of the snowflake is a daisy. Fold your tissue paper circle in half 5 times and using small pointed scissors, cut a petal shape. Make sure to cut approximately half way down the each side and be careful as it’s very small. When you upen it up you should have a flower shape. If you’re not sure what I mean by folding the circle have a look here.

Easy bottle top snowflake christmas decoration

Fold another paper circle in half 4 times and cut out a snowflake design. Again be careful and make sure you have sharp pointed scissors as you’re dealing with a small area to cut. bottle top snowflake christmas decoration

Open out your snowflake and glue it on to the top of the flower using a small dot of PVA glue in the centre.

Super simple bottle top snowflake christmas decoration




Carefully dab the edges of your bottle cap into the glue.

Adding glue to your bottle top snowflake

And place in the centre of your tissue paper snowflake.

This is a gorgeous Bottle top snowflake craft

To hang the bottle top snowflake decorations from a branch of your tree or on door handles etc glue a piece of household twine to the back.

How to hang a bottle top snowflake decoration

But as an alternative they look just as gorgeous placed onto furniture and walls with a small piece of bluetac (put the blu tack on the edge of the bottle top rim).

Gorgeous bottle top snowflake christmas tree decoration

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30 Responses to How To Make Stunning Bottle Top Snowflake Decorations

  1. Hello from Blogtacular 🙂 I love this idea! We make snowflakes every year, so might give these a try this year.

  2. LaaLaa says:

    Great idea, super easy and affordable. Got to love some crafts!

  3. Yaya says:

    These look like so much fun to make as a family. x

  4. Paula says:

    Wow! Such an amazing idea, easy and free! Need to try it 🙂

  5. Miracle Max says:

    It’s amazing how pretty you can make a bottle top look. Jo x

  6. Jade Bremner says:

    Oh these are fab I’m wondering if rather than tissue paper I could use cake cases. I’m going to have to try at the weekend. Thanks for this

  7. I love these! They’re both cute, AND you get to use bits that normally would just go in the bin!

  8. What a fantastic idea! It’s cheap, effective and could turn into a great family activity!

  9. So beautiful – I love thrifty but effective ideas an there is SO MUCH glitter! 🙂 x

  10. Lottie says:

    This idea is so adorable! What a great affordable craft idea.

  11. What a lovely idea these look so pretty and would look great on a tree.

  12. Teresa Bowen says:

    I was thinking about getting out the craft papers to start making Christmas snowflakes but it never occurred to me to decorate the centres like this. I will be adding this to my repertoire.

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  14. These are such a great idea for kids to make. I love how effective they are xxx

  15. Elizabeth says:

    These are utterly adorable! What a great upcycling craft to do with the kids!

  16. Such a good idea to use bottle tops in the middle. Got to love some glitter x

  17. Tara says:

    Have a thrifty Christmas! haha I love this, very creative.

  18. These are so very pretty and fairly simple to make too.

  19. nicol says:

    ooo i love this idea. a cute way to decorate!

  20. What a lovey idea and a fun way to decorate your home! x

  21. Oh this is such a cute idea – my kids would really enjoy making this! H x

  22. I love this idea! Definitely will need to try it.

  23. How effective are they? So pretty yet easy to do and great for those on a budget. A great activity for older children too xz

  24. Sarahjane says:

    Oh wow! These are so pretty! I run a youth group and definitely making these with the girls

  25. Rachel says:

    Oh I do love this idea, what a great use for the bottle tops!

  26. Amy Deverson says:

    Such a cute idea – this is something I’ll be doing with my little brother! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  27. Life as Mum says:

    What a great idea. The kids would love making these.

  28. Such a clever idea and a great way to get crafty with things we would just chuck away!

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