Craft Stick Snowflakes

Craft Stick Snowflakes Three Hanging

These glittery, jeweled craft stick snowflakes are the perfect craft for a snow day!

We used our favorite homemade decoupage recipe from Imperial Sugar to decorate our craft stick snowflakes.

We love working with Imperial Sugar to come up with these fun projects to teach kids that they can use simple household items to create crafts and have fun.

It’s perfect for a snow day — you don’t need to run to the store to get fancy glue. Just use what you already have in your kitchen!

Craft Stick Snowflakes Three Hanging With Title

Craft Stick Snowflakes

  • Wooden craft sticks
  • Metallic white paint
  • Paint brushes
  • Sequins, glitter, and jewels
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1/2 cup Imperial Sugar Extra Fine Granulated Sugar
  • 1 tsp vegetable oil
  • 1 1/2 cups water

Craft Stick Snowflakes Imperial Sugar

Craft Stick Snowflakes Flower On Stove

In a medium-sized saucepan, stir together the flour, sugar, oil, and water over low heat. Cook until smooth, then remove from heat. This will be your glue!

Paint the craft sticks for a base color. We used metallic white paint so that it was shimmery and shiny, but you could use any paint that you have on hand.

Once the paint is dry, use the sugar glue to attach the sticks together into a snowflake shape. Cover the visible parts of each arm with sugar glue, then add glitter, sequins, and jewels to the snowflakes for extra flair!

Craft Stick Snowflakes Silver

We hung our snowflakes using fishing line. They look so pretty in front of the window where the sun can shine off the glitter and jewels!

Craft Stick Snowflakes Blue And Silver

Craft Stick Snowflakes Two Hanging


This winter, keep kids from going stir crazy with simple crafting ideas from Imperial Sugar Kids in The Kitchen, where you can find fun recipe and craft ideas for kids using sugar!

And you can check out these fun activities we’ve made using sugar:

So what are you waiting for? Grab a bag of sugar and get to making memories!


  1. These snowflakes are simple and so PRETTY! Does the glue last in a sealed container?

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