Step 1: Supplies
Standard 8 1/2' x 11' printer paper*
*TIP: Almost any kind of paper can be used but printer paper is one of the easiest to cut and flatten.
Step 4: Triangle and rectangle
Step 5: Cut
*TIP: If you’d like, you can also start cutting slightly below where the triangle and rectangle connect in a zig-zag, rounded, or random line.
Step 6: Pattern
Then, if you want, cut shapes or a pattern into the vertical sides.
TIP: The more paper you cut off, the more delicate the snowflakes will be.