Monogrammed Snowflake Cutout

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Make this giant monogrammed snowflake from plywood -  Easy to customize and create your own design!  Plans by

Do you like making snowflakes?  Folding the paper up into a triangle shape, then cutting out, and seeing what you get?  

Call me a kid at heart, but it never gets old for me!  It's amazing what a few little snips can do to a piece of paper.

So that's why I'm giddy excited about today's project!  Not only is it a snowflake, but it is cut from wood!!!  And just like the paper snowflakes that you create and no two are alike, you can do the same with this one!!!





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Monogrammed Snowflake Cutout

giant wood snowflake
24" x 24"


Shopping List

1 - 24" x 24" plywood panel or MDF panel, 1/2" or 3/8" thick

jigsaw with scrolling bit

Tape Measure
Speed Square
Safety Glasses


Step 1

Mark out the plywood piece like you are folding a paper to make it into a snowflake.  First mark the quarters, then divide into thirds and mark.  The degrees between each line is 30 - if you are using a speed square or protractor.

Step 2

Download the cutout pattern here and print at 100%

Place the cutout pattern on the plywood and trace.  Flip and repeat to create the entire snowflake pattern.

Step 3

Clamp the plywood to a sturdy table and carefully cut out with a jigsaw with a scrolling bit.

In some spaces, start with a drilled hole larger than the jigsaw bit, and cut out.

Step 4

Sand any rough edges. 

We recommended spray painting for the easiest finish.


Lady Goats

Wed, 11/04/2015 - 11:41

Did you also do the trees? Those are so friggin' cool!! Thinking that my girls' teachers need one (and I can't give them all the SAME snowflake, now can I?!) ;)

Awesome, as always, Ana!


Fri, 11/06/2015 - 11:28

Did you spray paint it or use brush??  Also any plans for the christmas trees on either side?


Wed, 11/18/2015 - 13:51

Lowes and Home Depot sell 2x2 panels but they aren't exactly 24"...more like 23 7/8"  Is that what you used?  Or did you rip to exaclty 24"?


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