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Step 8: Unfold to reveal!

Unfold the paper very carefully.

Ta da!


The snowflake will not lay flat right away, so I like to tuck them between the pages of a book for a while before displaying them. I have also ironed them (between two pieces of plain paper) to make them extra flat. Watch out though, because paper can get very hot to the touch when ironed (don't use steam!) so be sure to let it cool for a second before handling the paper, and as always excercise caution to avoid fire and burns. Ironing them also seems to make them a tiny bit stiffer, which could be good if you want to hang them rather than tape them to a surface.

<p>Really easy to follow, and I really love how these are six pointed for a more &quot;realistic&quot; feel. I made a few of varying sizes and mixed them with some glitter snowflakes I have to do my windows for the holiday!</p>
<p>i made it peeps </p>
<p>hello guys</p>
<p>thanks this was fun to do and very usefull for our winter ball.</p>
<p>this is so cool!</p>
I made it!
Nailed it
<p>I laughed way to hard at this :P</p>
<p>why are you so rude ????</p>
<p>great job </p><p>JessicaL 151</p>
<p>One of the ladies at the craft class I teach has asked to do these. I'd bet my bottom dollar we'll have quite a few copies of your fine example before the day is done. </p><p>Good effort, my friend. A fine effort at a unique snowflake. :)</p>
<p>One of the ladies at the craft class I teach has asked to do these. I'd bet my bottom dollar we'll have quite a few copies of your fine example before the day is done. </p><p>Good effort, my friend. A fine effort at a unique snowflake. :)</p>
<p>One of the ladies at the craft class I teach has asked to do these. I'd bet my bottom dollar we'll have quite a few copies of your fine example before the day is done. </p><p>Good effort, my friend. A fine effort at a unique snowflake. :)</p>
<p>One of the ladies at the craft class I teach has asked to do these. I'd bet my bottom dollar we'll have quite a few copies of your fine example before the day is done. </p><p>Good effort, my friend. A fine effort at a unique snowflake. :)</p>
<p>wow I made it and it turned out AMAZING </p>
<p>Great Job. Merry Christmas :-)</p>
<p>Hard, but it was worth it!</p>
<p>I made it</p>
<p>Wow!</p>
<p>The instructions couldn't be more clear. Thanks so much!</p>
<p>Beautiful! What a great idea!</p>
This was easy, can't wait to do it with my munchkins, thanks. ?
<p>this is my outcome</p>
<p>Thank you... </p>
<p>Awesome!</p><p><a href="http://amzn.to/1WDO4mS" rel="nofollow">Would paper like this work?</a></p>
<p>Thanks a lot for the easy tutorials! I just made these snowflakes following your steps.</p>
<p>Made it. The instructions couldn't be more vivid.</p>
<p>Thats so pretty! Mine looked very alike to yours!</p>
<p>Made it. But it's not paper Snowflake, not even close</p>

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