Christmas Snow Falling Effect For Blogger Blogs

In this post we have a very cool effect you can use to Spice Up Your Blog over the Christmas.With just a small piece of code you have Snow Flakes gently falling down your blog. Best expert review site : mougle

The Snow Fall effect we use is simple and wont disrupt the readers.Before you add the Snow to your blog you can check out the demo.

Update March 2014 – Since this post was published we have come a long way.This was so outdated we removed the script and added an Amazing New Snow Fall Effect For Blogger.

Also – 10 Spectacular Falling Christmas Objects For Blogger including a Falling animated Snowflake, snowman, Santa and Christmas Three check it out.

And. – Click to see how to get the snow effect with different colors.

With Christmas In Mind  Check Out How To Add A Fixed Floating ‘Merry Christmas’ Banner To Your Blog.We also have a cool tutorial with 3 types of flowers falling for your blog.More Christmas design for your blog ? We have a transparent Christmas Corner Banner

50 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this script. Works really great and am sure others will make use of it also

    Blessings to you

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  2. Hi KS,

    Thanks for your comment..Glad the snow effect worked so great on your blog.

    Paul.

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  3. Thanks for helping me add snow-I love it.
    Have a great New Year & holiday!

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  4. Thanks Lily,

    Glad you liked it ..

    Have a happy and safe Christmas.

    Paul.

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  5. Thanks for sharing the snow falling effect script… was thinking of adding some snow flacks on my blog and really love what your script can do.

    Have a blessed Christmas and New Year!

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  6. Hi i’m glad I cam across your site I was looking for snow flakes for my blog and I quickly found you. Thanks for being there and this app (is this what this is called?) Thank You!

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  7. Thanks @August and @Lavonne i checked out your blogs Jom Junkies and Princess’ Blog ..Looking Good.

    Great Job !

    Paul.

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  8. I am having difficulty making this work. But what a fun gadget. thank you

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  9. Thanks for sharing the SNOW EFFECT. Its Great!

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  10. Thanks Robin,

    It’s just a pitty the holiday season is nearly over..sigh..

    I will have to get a differant effect for every season !

    Paul.

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  11. How to remove it again ?

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  12. Hi Vigdis,

    In your dashboard click ‘Layout’.You will see the gadgats like followers and about me etc.. Unless you gave it a title the snow effect will be a Html/Java script gadgat so it will have the title Html/Javascript.

    You may have 2-3 html/javascript gadgets just click edit below each untill you find the one with the code above and click remove.

    It’s sad having to remove the snow, only 12 months too go we can add it again.

    Paul.

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  13. hi poul plz post same like flowers
    plz

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  14. Hi Aata,

    I have the script for falling flowers and leaves and i had not posted it because i was not sure if it would be somthing people would want.

    It’s on the calander now and i will it will be one of the next posts 😀

    Paul.

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  15. Thanks~! That is awesome and easy. The look really matches the theme of my blog too. I love it. See:

    http://thewitchykitchen.blogspot.com/

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  16. Hi Stella,

    It looks Great on Your Blog !

    Your Blog kinda made me Hungry too 😀

    Great Job,

    Paul.

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  17. When I install this, I just get a horizontal line of flickering white dots above the gadget. I used it last year with no trouble, but I’m at a loss this time! Any advice?

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  18. @ Heather – You must be using a template from the Blogger template designer and this wont work on those templates I’m afraid.

    I have a post with similar effects here that will work with the template designer templates – http://www.spiceupyourblog.com/2010/11/falling-christmas-objects-blogger-snow.html

    Paul

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  19. Hello Paul 🙂

    Just wondering if it is possible to add falling snowflakes to my facebook or twitter page??? If so…can you explain in very simple words & steps how to do it…

    Thank YOU!!!

    Best Wishes, Paul

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  20. @Anonymous Facebook and Twitter dont allow you to add any script to your profiles in afraid.I guess you could use it on Myspace if you have a profile there.

    Paul.

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  21. Thanks Paul 🙂 for taking the time to answer my question!

    Wishing you a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

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  22. ம.தி.சுதாDecember 10, 2010 at 8:21 PM

    please tell about…
    how to change the snow clour because my temlate background clour is a white… please help me

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  23. @ ம.தி.சுதா – Great idea to change the colors and i have a new code that will let you do exactly that ! You can check it out here – Color Snow Fall Eeffect For Blogger.

    Enjoy..

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  24. Thank you very much.
    This is a nice addition to my blog

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  25. I need more snow for a large inflatable christmas snow globe, where can I get it?

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  26. Bangalore flowersMarch 27, 2011 at 6:05 AM

    It looks like a good script for sites… can I expect a little more from you… I would need a dynamic which would change its color after certain time…

    thanks …

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  27. Nike Air Max 24-7April 9, 2011 at 4:59 AM

    Thanks for sharing this nice post.I will keep your article in my idea.

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  28. Thank you 🙂

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  29. Is there a way to use this code but add your own image? Like a very tiny white dot to mimick the original snow code?

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  30. I doesn’t work properly on my blog. Hm.
    It does “let it snow” however it increases the width of the blog dynamically – if you scroll horizontally it just gets wider and wider.
    I liked the subtle “flakes” but this doubles loading times 🙁

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  31. I cannot seem to make the falling snow work using either method. Paul – can you help?

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  32. I used your Snowflakes falling html on my blog
    http://renuka-r.blogspot.com/
    its wonderful , thanks for helping out people like us who are not into script writing….:)

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  33. really thanks for this share i am very thankful to you I was a bit searching a lot of codes which dosent work but but urs did a worth share :)loot at my blog buddy how it looks like isnt cool
    http://docinamachine.blogspot.com/

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  34. Thank you for sharing this. I still have a problem! May you help me? http://simply-mindfucked.blogspot.com/
    There are always white dots running in a line.

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  35. Paul,your website ranked first when i searched “add snow falling on blog” I’m very happy because i’m a big fan of spiceupyourblog.com.I have added snow falling effect.Thanks
    (http://oluvilcampus.blogspot.com/)

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  36. TANK

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  37. I am trying to remove the snow from my blog.. I deleted the widget.. and the snow is still falling. Any ideas?

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  38. I deleted it and my snow is still there too. Did you fix it Emily?

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  39. great post, thank you share

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  40. Thanks yaar………..

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  41. Hope sustains life……April 12, 2012 at 11:09 AM

    Hi…thank u so much,,,,i never thought dat we can add something like in our blog….

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  42. Thanks,For your post

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  43. Fantastic article, it’s very comprehensive and exciting! it’s so helpful to me, and your weblog is very good. I am definitely going to share this URL with my friends. Just bookmarked this site.!

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  44. Thanks

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  45. Sounds Good Post!!!!!!

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  46. The Kampoeng BloggerFebruary 18, 2013 at 3:05 PM

    Wow, great effect for blog. Thanks for sharing

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  47. It doesn’t work on my blog. :/

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  48. FlowerAura – BangaloreJune 11, 2013 at 12:36 PM

    It did not work on my blog too. I did all what you have suggested here. What can be the possible reasons for the same?

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  49. Does this effect still work?

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  50. Your website makes me wish that I had Blogger instead of WordPress. Do you have any snow for WordPress? I am a total novice so please forgive my ignorance!

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