logoThis time KROKOTAK js only the photographer. The idea belongs to  Natalia. Interior designer Tanya Ahmed ( was preparing the ballerinas for her daughter’s bedroom. They are a bit difficult for little hands but crafty moms would certainly manage. You will need white printer paper (and maybe some cardboard paper for the body to keep it flat).

Fold the paper square as shown to cut out the snowflake skirt.

Here are the snowflake skirt templates.

And here are the templates for the ballerinas.

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What Others Are Saying

  1. MEL 11/12/2014 at 23:48

    The link to the skirt templates does NOT work. They would be helpful to many of us. Can follow pattern, not free hand artistic!! Sad, but true. Would like to make these. thanks in advance.

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  9. Loralee 29/12/2014 at 10:45

    What a fun idea! My 87-year-old mom was a dance teacher her whole life. I love the idea of decorating her home with ballerina snowflakes for January! Your site references a template for the snowflake skirt pattern, but there is no link for the template. Please send me a printable skirt template. Thanks in advance!

  10. Sarah Au 11/01/2015 at 15:23

    Hi, this is a really lovely idea! Could I have the a copy of the snowflake skirt template? Thanks!

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  17. Dawna 26/02/2015 at 18:19

    Love the idea, but need the skirt template in order to complete. Free hand doesn’t work.


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  19. Maria Isabel 08/04/2015 at 04:20

    I would like to receive the ballerina gemplates for my grandougther . thank you

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  25. Farzaneh 29/07/2015 at 21:22

    Wow!! it’s wonderful. I made it immediately)؛
    Thank you so much

  26. ute.bartsch 24/08/2015 at 21:53

    irgendwie stimmt die Faltanleitung für den Rock nicht. ( traurig) Bitte nochmal neu zusenden

  27. Katie Wales 14/10/2015 at 04:36

    Correct folding of paper is all you need for skirt making. I learned to make these snowflakes while in hospital at age 10, 50 years ago. Have often hung from entire ceiling at Christmas. Stop copying and let your inner ballerina go, make your own designs and really be able to take credit for your work.

  28. Nika 02/11/2015 at 23:06

    The idea belongs to Natalia. The original post is
    Please set a link.

  29. Stephanie 24/11/2015 at 23:34

    They look so lovely but, there seems to be a problem with the folds shown. When folding in this way, I end up with cut off tops to alternate points of most of the designs. If you look closley at the diagrams it is possible to see that this will happen. Does anyone know the correct way to fold as I can’t work it out? Thanks

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