Paper Snowflake




Introduction: Paper Snowflake

About: I love to do different hair designs and i love anything DIY!!I love my pets and family!!

Ok, I am going to make a paper snowflake. This is a very easy craft.

  • What you will need:
  • 6 pieces of blank white paper
  • Scissors
  • Tape

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Step 1:

First you have to make your pieces of paper a square. Make sure to cut the extra paper off.

Step 2:

Then cut about an inch in and cut diagonal almost all the way to the top. Make sure the paper stays in 1 piece.

Step 3:

Next do the same thing you just did 2 more times. Then do it to ALL 6 pieces.

Step 4:

Then unfolds the paper and roll up the inside of the square and tape it.

Step 5:

Now flip the paper over and  do the same thing. Do that to all the little  points. Make sure to flip the paper over every time.  Do this to all six sheets.

Step 6:

Next take all the pieces and tape them together so they are in a line. Roll the tape.

Step 7:

Now do the same thing you just did but to the bottom. Then tape so the 2 sides so they join.

Step 8:

That's it! I hope you enjoyed my first instructable.

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    7 Discussions


    4 years ago

    I had actually forgotten how to make them, Alyrho... Thank God for people that revisit teaching this for peeps like me. But I'm extremely smart... yall people be careful out there what you judge..... and you can give me some advice in return if you like... Hugs to yall!


    4 years ago on Introduction

    I really love it and I made a few to hang around the house during Christmas!! It really lightened things up


    4 years ago

    Love it!!!


    5 years ago on Introduction

    I'm looking forward to making this with our 6 y/o :)