Meet Mr. Snowman
Add some buttons, pom poms, a felt nose, and ta-da!
At first I thought it would be cool to have just the snowflakes stretched through the hoop with no background. Then I decided that would be a nightmare to make work, so I settled on some contrasting material to put them on.
I found that using starch on the material helped. It also helped to place some pins in it to keep it folded while I was cutting the snowflake. I would also recommend using THIN material. It gets to be a lot to cut through after you fold it several times. You can find TONS of templates and ideas for cutting snowflakes online. I decided to use some of the six point patters that I found.
I used some spray on fabric glue to put them on the background. It worked great! Some parts of my snowflakes weren't staying together because I cut too far, but I was still able to use them. Once I glued them on you couldn't tell some of the snowflakes were in pieces.
I think I want to add some sort of garland around them to make them look more finished, but I haven't gotten to that yet.