Paper Snowflake Wreath





Introduction: Paper Snowflake Wreath

This is instructions to make a paper snowflake wreath. You can also use decorative paper and 8 X 8 inch squares to make smaller versions. Have fun!

Step 1: Fold Paper

Take your 8 1/2 X 11 paper and fold part of it into a triangle, leaving a long strip.

Step 2: Cut Excess Paper

Step 3: You Should Have a Triangle

You will need 6 of these.

Step 4: Fold Your Triangle in Half

Step 5: Mark Paper in Five Sections

3 cm apart. Use side that has two separate sides.

Step 6: Cut Paper at an Angle at Each Mark

Do not cut all the way through. Leave about 1 cm uncut.

Step 7: Your Cuts Should Look Like This

Step 8: Open Your Paper Up

It should look like this and you should have 6 of these.

Step 9: Fold Sides Into a Tube

Tape together.

Step 10: Turn Over

Repeat folding sides together into a tube and taping. Remember to keep turning your paper over.

Step 11: Once You Have Completed All Six Papers

Gather them together at the tips and glue dot or staple together.

Step 12: Take Each Side

And glue dot or staple each side together.

Step 13: Go All the Way Around Doing Each Side

Punch a hole at the top and add ribbon to make a loop for hanging.

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22 Discussions

This is so cool...
I've screenshot it because when I have forget it....
Love this craft so much ♡♡♡

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Thanks RustleL. Really glad you enjoyed making this.

that is cool i tried to do that yesterday and i did it wrong

Your welcome Kimberlyisexton. Glad it brought back some good memories.

I love this, and it is so simple. I will definitely be making this in the near future!

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Lovely! Thank you - I'm having a go right now and it's coming along nicely.

A fun project for 6 people at Xmas :)

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Jenniferdouglas you are right, much more enjoyable with a bunch a people. Never thought about inviting friends over to do it. Great idea!

What a cool idea! I can't wait to try this. A lot of visual impact from a very simple craft.

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Thanks littlebittyfishy. We work at a library and are always trying to find the nicest crafts done inexpensively for our customers.