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In this instuctable I will tell you how to catch a snowflake and keep it forever. This instructable is for the Snow challenge. Please vote.
Items needed: Snowfall. A Glass slide. A Cover slip. A Piece of cardboard. Glue. Tweezers.
Place the glass slide, clover slip, cardboard and tweezers in a freezer and wait for approx 1 hour.
Put glue in freezer 10mins before taking out the slide, slip, cardboard and tweezers.
Once it starts to snow, take the glass slide, slip, cardboard, tweezers and glue from the freezer and head outside. Stand in your doorway to protect everything from falling snow. Head out ...
With the tweezers gently try to transfer a snowflake to the glass slide. Put a small drop of glue into the middle of the snowflake. Immediately place the cover ...
Place the slide in the freezer for a minimum of 2 days. The glue should dry around the snowflakes while they are still frozen.
When 2 days have passed, it is safe to hold the snowflakes without having them melt. The slide looks like this under a microsocpe. This is my first ible any comments ...
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