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in this instructable, you will learn how to make an awesome , third dimension (not simple cut out) snowflake! items needed: 1. six squared of up to three ...
first, fold the paper so that it has a trapezoidal shape, and the top edge meets the side edge so that the corner is a fine point. then, ...
Next, fol it back into a large triangle. then fold the left corner over to the right so that it is like the second picture, but notice that ...
cut along the diagonal lines so that it looks like the first picture. unfold carefully because it should stick together. then, take the innermost cuts, and tape them ...
next, do the same for every other cut. in other words, skip on cut, then go to the next, then skip the next one. and STAPLE THESE TOGETHER
Once you have finished that, then flip it over and do it to the other remaining one so that it will look like the second picture.
do the same for the otehr pieces, and arrange a group of three as you would like colorwise. PAY ATTENTION TO HOW THEY ARE FACING EACH OTHER. if the outtermost cut ...
then staple the points of them as shown in the picture number one
then, take the head to tail approach for the head side of one half, then attach it to the tail sied of the other. then attach the head ...
you can use any sized piece of paper, but all six have to be the same size. put tape over the place you want a hole, punch a ...
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