Super Easy Decorative Paper Flower/Snowflake

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Introduction: Super Easy Decorative Paper Flower/Snowflake

Whether it's summery neon flowers hanging from the ceiling or a snowflake on the point of your Christmas tree, this decoration will wrap up the look of your interior.

Step 1: Materials Needed

1. Two sheets of paper
2. Ruler
3. Pencil
4. Scissors
5. Tape

Step 2:

Draw a line width wise six centimetres away from the edge.

Cut by the lines.

Repeat for second sheet of paper.

Step 3:

Fold the square into four smaller squares.

Cut by the folds.

Repeat for second sheet of paper.

Step 4:

Choose how many petals you want: five or six.

Depending on your decision take five or six squares.

Fold them in half diagonally to form triangles.

Step 5:

Draw the lines parallel to the short sides of the triangle.

Draw them about one centimetre away from each other.

Leave a one centimetre vertical space in the centre.

Repeat for all triangles.

Step 6:

Cut by the lines.

Open and straighten the triangles.

Repeat for all triangles.

Step 7:

Take the two middle flaps, put one corner on top of the other.
Tape them together.

Step 8:

Turn the square upside down.

Take the two second flaps, put one corner on top of the other.

Tape them together.

Repeat for all flaps.

Repeat step 7 and 8 for all of the squares.

Step 9:

Take the bottom flaps of two petals.

Tape them together.

Repeat for all petals.

Step 10:

Tape the sides of the petals together.

Step 11:

Hang it, Place it, Tape it ,Glue it really do whatever you want to it.

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    6 Discussions

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    js84517
    js84517

    3 years ago

    can u use glue instead of tape?

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    Krasnova
    Krasnova

    Reply 3 years ago

    Yes, but no glue sticks

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    js84517
    js84517

    3 years ago

    i made these last year but i forgot how to make them derp

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    That looks great. I am definitely going to make some of these at Christmas time.