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is in every Chrismon Snowflake Ornament

To make Chrismon Snowflakes: remove the patterns directly from the book, fold, cut*, and unfold the designs, and voila!  your unique ornaments of faith are created. A great project for the family, school or Sunday school during Advent! 

Contains 32 patterns (2 of each design), for ages 9-adult. (Learn more, below.)

To make them you'll need the ornament patterns,
a small, sharp scissors, and a
1/8th inch hole punch.

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To make a 6' Chrismon Snowflake Tree you'll need: 
1 -
Chrismon Snowflake Ornament book
(Contains 32 ornaments, 2 of each design*),
White lights (the more the better),
Gold accessories such as beaded garland or bows.

When properly stored they'll last for years!

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 * To make the ornaments, you'll need a small, sharp scissors and a 1/8th inch hole punch.


What is a CHRISMON SNOWFLAKE ORNAMENT? you may wonder. A Chrismon, is a medieval Latin word meaning a symbol of Christ or Christianity, or a Christ-Monogram. Crowns, crosses, doves, stars, and butterflies are a few examples of Chrismon ornaments. 

Click the star to get a free ornament!


A Chrismon Christmas tree is adorned with Chrismon ornaments, white lights and gold balls or garland. All Chrismon ornaments are white, or white and gold. White represents God's holiness, and gold symbolizes the glory of God. 

While making paper cut snowflakes with my children one Christmas, I wanted my designs to reflect the spiritual nature of the season. By trial and error I incorporated Chrismon designs into each snowflake. Hence, Chrismon Snowflake Ornaments were developed! The special way they are folded and cut gives them their three dimensional quality. 

Chrismon Snowflakes are reminiscent of German and Swiss Scherenschnitte, (the religious art/craft of intricate paper cutting).

Relive the nostalgic fun of making paper snowflakes! You're sure to have fun making my unique ornaments of faith!
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Another Chrismon Snowflake Tree. Click picture to enlarge.

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Make a Chrismon Snowflake Wreath. Click here!

Read what 'The Sun-Sentinel' had to say!

"Hello.  I teach middle school Sunday School.  I thought, just for something different, we would make the Chrismon Snowflakes.  This was a stretch, 'cause I didn't think the boys would be interested.  I was WRONG!  My son, who is a pretty good critic of my Sunday School Classes said that was "really cool". and it was one of the best things we have ever done in Sunday School!  So much for assuming things!"
-- J. Nieman

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If you're looking for traditional, silhouette Chrismon patterns, try our Chrismon-Kids patterns.


32 Christian Symbols With Scripture References.

32 Easy-To-Make Patterns
For ages 3-103.

Easy enough for kids...sophisticated enough for adults! 
You decide how to decorate them!

Make a Chrismon Tree* or Jesse Tree, or use these basic patterns to create banners or  even for Scherenschnitte art! To learn more, and to get some free patterns, click here.

Click here to order Chrismon-Kids.

* A Chrismon, is a medieval Latin word meaning a symbol of Christ or Christianity, or a "Christ-Monogram". Crowns, crosses, doves, stars and butterflies are a few examples of a Chrismon.

Click here for more Chrismon-Kids ideas.

Scherenschnitte Heart

"BELLS", one of the designs from the Chrismon-Kids patterns.

"Ring" the bell for a FREE pattern!

The Chrismon tree, below, was created using the
Chrismon-Kids patterns! 




E.P. Hoke said, "Our church has a Chrismon tree in our fellowship hall. We have a dinner and a Carole sing and the families make Chrismons. (We put together pre-made packets of materials for the ornaments.) The families make their Chrismon and sign them. Then get up in front of the group, if they choose, to explain their Chrismon along with it's history and meaning. Fun and educational!"     

Janelle from Sumpter, S.C. said, "We had an Advent evening at church and the kids used craft foam to cut out chrismons, "Christ shapes." We used the sticky-backed foam and then attached the chrismons to small red fabric banners that we then hung from torches attached to the church pews for Christmas. They look beautiful. I am planning to make white banners for the Easter season. Maybe we can make gold chrismons or Easter symbols to stick on the white banners . . ."