3d PAPER SNOWFLAKE

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Step 1: YOU NEED 10 PIECE OF PAPER 10cm X 10cm

YOU NEED 10 PIECE OF PAPER 10cm X 10cm

Step 2: FOLD

FOLD

Step 3: FOLD AGAIN

FOLD AGAIN

Step 4: FOLD

FOLD

Step 5: MAKE THE LINES AS ON FOTO

MAKE THE LINES AS ON FOTO

Step 6: CUT

CUT

Step 7: FOLD OUT

FOLD OUT

Step 8: TAKE 5 PIECES AND PUT ON THE TABLE

TAKE 5 PIECES AND PUT ON THE TABLE

Step 9: CONNECT WITH STAPLER

CONNECT WITH STAPLER THE OTHER % MAKE THE SAME WAY

Step 10: TURN THE CONSTRACTION

TURN THE CONSTRACTION

Step 11: TAKE THE OTHER 5 SET

PUT ONE ON THE OTHER AND CONNECT WITH STAPLER

Step 12: NOW YOU HAVE THIS SNOWFLAKE

NOW YOU HAVE THIS SNOWFLAKE

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    28 Discussions

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    cali_unicorn

    5 years ago

    It was nice. A little fast on the instructions, but nice work

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    Korlee

    6 years ago on Step 5

    Where is the center of the paper?

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    bfogleman

    7 years ago on Introduction

    It would have been really helpful to have more detail in the folding steps. Just wasted a lot of time since when I unfolded mine it fell apart. Apparently I folded incorrectly in one step. Thanks anyways.

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    tmitchell5

    7 years ago on Step 7

    ? Mine hasnt got the things around it ?

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    Chrysla

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I just want to add, that at step 5, you don't have to make the exact same design as shown (although it does make a lovely effect). You can come up with your own design each time you set about making one. As long as the 10 flakes you put together to make the final big one are the same you are in business.

    I think it would be lovely to make several of these out of a weatherproof-easy- to- cut material and hang them from a tree outside. They could all be different from eachother and you could even spray paint glitter on them.

    Thanks for the nice and fun instructable golic!

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    ChryslaGreentamsin

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    As a veteran folder, I remember being stymied by this type of thing. The instructions are only given once, but you need to do this to all ten sheets of paper. So step 1 to step 7 needs to be repeated with all ten sheets until you have 10 cute little snowflakes. Once this is done, begin at step 8.

    I would like to add that you don't necessarily need to do the exact same pattern for your flake, as long as your 10 are the same to each other, it will look nice so enjoy experimenting a little. After you get all 10 together to make the big final flake, you could make several more big final flakes and they would all be different and lovely.

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    forno

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Great project! Instructions and video so easy to follow! Some people's comments are irrelevant to the project itself. You placed photos, instructions and video, all excellent! Thanks for the inspiration for this one!

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    ccfreya

    9 years ago on Introduction

    So the typed instruction leave something to be desired, but it is great to see so many clear and easy to follow pictures.  A great  idea I look foreward to doing.

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    Nekayah

    9 years ago on Step 4

     Agreed: fold, fold doesn't tell us what we need to know.  If you watch the video (in the tntro) carefully several times you can catch the pics of the folds.

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    mrsmagoo2001

    9 years ago on Step 12

    Love this project.  I think I'll go one step further and make two more snowflakes and put into the center hole on either side.