This paper snowflake pattern design will create happiness in anyone's heart because it only means that Christmas is fast approaching. There is no exact age or age limit for experiencing the excitement we may feel when everyone starts the Christmas countdown, especially when we see decorations all over the place like these paper snowflakes.
Making paper snowflakes is easy and fun, especially when you do it with your kids, but with extra supervision in the cutting process. With just a piece of paper and scissors, you can make lovely snowflake patterns in about 5 minutes! This time-tested craft is an elegant and cheap decoration for bringing holiday cheer into any space. Before you know it, you'll have your paper snow!
Hang them from the balcony or the kitchen. Or you might tie them to the ceiling and connect a strand of string. It's so much fun to make decorations with this excellent winter craft that can be left up all season! With these simple and easy steps for making a paper snowflake, follow the instructions below for making the easy paper snowflake pattern template before cutting it.
To create paper snowflakes, you can use construction paper, newsprint, or printer paper. You should avoid using thick paper because it will be hard to cut out. Any size will do; however, it is recommended to use standard letter-sized (8.5" x 11") printer paper.
If you only have legal-sized paper (8.5" x 14"), you can construct two additional little snowflakes from the leftovers. Or you can make extra-large snowflakes if you have some tabloid newspaper (11 x 17). Try parchment paper if you're having problems cutting through printer paper. Because parchment paper is much thinner than ordinary paper, cutting this is easier.
I know you're excited to cut out some cool snowflake patterns, but before you begin, you'll need to know how to make paper snowflakes. If you don't, go ahead and click on that link and come back with your folded triangle like the one in the image below.
Got your triangle? Look for a snowflake pattern you want below. To the left of each snowflake is a pattern guide. Simply cut off the black parts and carefully unfold the paper to achieve the desired pattern. I highly recommend that you draw on the design with a pencil before cutting.
Cut out the black areas
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