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Human made tools such as boats, axes, articles of clothing and other inventions to use in daily life. These unique and symmetrical Hawaiian style people and tool theme paper snowflake stencil pages arts and craft images represent some of those inventions in art form. Teach children about traditional, symmetrical Hawaiian quilting patterns and designs with these images as you create beautiful island theme designs.
These snowflake quilt stencil designs are perfect for children's crafts, personal or non-profit woodworking, embroidery, crochet, latch-hook rugmaking, glass etching and stenciling projects. Laminate your favorite designs to make them reusable year after year.
Hawaiian style paper snowflake stencil of people and artifact make great subjects for arts and crafts, wood work, embroidery, crochet and other non-profit or educational hobbies and pastimes. Teach children about traditional, symmetrical Hawaiian quilting patterns and designs.
Use these symmetrical snowflake stencil pattern images to create hanging ornaments or other holiday decorations. Laminate your favorite designs to make them reusable year after year. Make coasters and placemats or name tags, etc and laminate your favorites for recycling year to year.
Cut out the patterns onto foam sheets or sponges to create unique textured effect. Etch into glass, print on window decal material for fun window decorations or print on magnetic "paper" available at office supply stores. Cut out the designs with scissors or X-Acto knives. Apply colorful stencil images to furniture or apply decorative trim to the walls to create meaningful and everlasting decorations to enjoy for years to come. Another idea is to silk screen the pattern onto clothing or cloth.