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Learn to make a snowflake from paper.
Thanks to everyone for commenting and enjoying! Your responses are great. Also, FYI, I used printer paper to show the technique semi-clearly, but other times I used recycled paper, flyers, and even an old sex-ed packet.

THIS IS NOT THE AVERAGE FOLD AND CUT SNOWFLAKE NOR IS IT COMPLICATED ORIGAMI. IT'S REALLY SIMPLE AND EVEN A TEN YEAR OLD COULD DO IT BLINDFOLDED!

Step 1: Materials!

You will need:
Stapler
Tape
Scissors
6 sheets of printer paper.
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WOWSERZ!!! This is totally nifty!! I am bookmarking this one 4 sure! Gr8 photos and instructions! Lurve lurve lurve it!<br />
I second that! lurve teh wording btw &gt;:D<br />
&nbsp;Now I'm a little mad.... supercoolio is not the only one that's made this... I've found it on many other sites.. maybe this wasn't completely his/her/robot idea?
I don't think supercoolio ever claimed it was her/his idea.
<p>You rock, Lisagd</p>
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<p>AWESOME!!!! I loved it so much i made 5 of them for my house around christmas.</p>
fun and easy
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
<p>I love these. I tried to do them before but they left out the last connection step in their instructions, this looks complete, thanks! c:</p>
I love it!
great job and that is a really cool idea :) ;)<br>
My choir teacher makes these to hang up for the Christmas concert and I really liked them but never knew how to make them. Now I do! Thanks so much!
Wow that so cool
The view out of your windows is spooky.
These were awesome and you did a really good job with instructions they were fun and easy to make!!! Thank you!
I made one of these last year but today, I went bigger! I just made these for my daughter's school winter party. They were a huge hit! All the parents were impressed and thought they were extremely time consuming. They were beautiful! See for yourself...
I love the snowflakes though they are so cool! We decorate our house with them every year! Nice instructible!
Thanks for your idea, i can idea for my children home work
I made one two years ago, and every winter I hang it in my front window. I turn it over because it does begin to sag. I made one and sent it to a friend. She loved it! Thanks for the great Instrucable.
Did this with kids in my class we decorated the whole room in an hour!<br>Great work!
Once I was done, I saw it even had a bumpy effect, like it is sticking out, round, full 3d.<br><br>Really nice!! thank you so much.
Wow that's really cool!<br><br>Thanks man, this christmas this will be hanging in the window! Great instructable!<br><br>Easy yet very effective.
I wanted to thank you for this Instructable. I stumbled on it last year at Christmas. My husband and I had just moved, and we didn't have the money to buy decorations for our house. I made a big snowflake out of printer paper for us to hang in the window surrounded by some old Christmas lights, and some really maddeningly difficult tiny ones for a garland. All for the cost of a few sheets of paper. :) I still have all of them, safely tucked away for bringing out next year.
I was checking out another Instructables, and this was on the side bar. I just wanted to say that I made one this time last year, and it is still hanging in a window. It began to sag a bit, so last week I turned it upside down, and it looks like I just made it.
Thanks for posting this! I saw this on a blog once as a great way to use junk mail, but there were no instructions. I was so excited I made two! I think it would be really cool if you mentioned the recycling potential for this craft. I used old Christmas card covers and mine came out really pretty and festive (I did have to use 7 though... maybe because they were smaller or more stiff). Thanks again!
I have added extra cuts to this pattern of snow flake 3-D <br>I've only tried 6 cuts instead of 3,but if you are awesome and made 8 or 10 or 12,wow!Prettier too!love this craft and made these last year,then couldn't remember how and finally found them here.Thanks! They look awesome with a white paper chain,which you make from the piece you cut off to make the printer paper square!
this is soo awsome! i made 1 and it turn out great! thanks now i kno how to make a 6 pointed snowflake!
nice...i didn't c this...so i made one..but its not origami..origami is: no cutting or taping/stapling/gluing. This is KIRIGAMI which is paper cutting, origami means paper folding. but nice..how did u leanr this.. i got a book of kirigami and it was in there<br />
WOW!!!!&nbsp;THANKS!!!!<br />
Hey, very nice post....<br /> here in Brazil don&acute;t have snow....so, this is the only way to see a snowflake....<br /> <br /> thank you...
&nbsp;Glad that i could help!
&nbsp;This is fab.... we made them... have several in our hall, took one into school and my kids - age 10 have taught their entire class - how cool is that! brillian design, simple instructions and a cheap but effective decoration that is a little different.<br /> <br /> Your get a five star rating from us!<br />
&nbsp;Thanks! I'm glad that they are becoming popular! :)
This is terrific! I'm going to try it on a smaller scale with foil paper - I think it will make terrific bows for the packages that can then be hung on the recepient's tree as an ornament.
i dont really want to use that much paper its bad for the enviroment man!!!!
This is an awesome project!&nbsp; As far as being greener - you made me think.&nbsp; You could also make them out of the tons of colorful flyers that one gets from grocery stores or other places.&nbsp; Depending on the amount of ink on the flyers - you could go for christmas colors, or winter, baby girl or boy room colors - a little print on the paper could make it even more interesting looking :)&nbsp; when tired of it - shred and put in compost pile.&nbsp; Happy holidays!
thank u im glad that people respect the enviroment man !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
well,,, you can use recycled paper&nbsp; :D<br />
These come out lovely using double sided wrapping paper.
Going to make some with foiled paper.
Can't wait to have a go at this with the kids - excellent instructions.<br />
&nbsp;I make these with foam sheets so they are more sturdy. Then I decorate with a photo, rhinestones, glitter etc. :) Foamies brand foam from a craft store runs about .25-.59 depending on size and color pattern.&nbsp;
I just read the instructions for this and made one of my own within about 20 minutes. It looks fabulous! My daughter, who is 9, loved it too and wanted to make a 'mini' one so we made one together. She now has it hanging in her room. Thank you so much. We thought next time we could try a bit of silver or gold spray paint to finish it off and give it a Christmasy air.