STEP-BY-STEP PAPER SNOWFLAKES FOR HOLIDAY DECORATING By Catherine Boeckmann
Turn your home into a winter wonderland with paper snowflakes! Perfect for a snow day, this easy project is fun for all ages.
No matter what the weather looks like outside, it can be winter where you are. Use these easy paper snowflakes to decorate your home or office in time for that virtual holiday party!
HOW TO MAKE PAPER SNOWFLAKES
What You’ll Need:
First, you’ll need to cut your paper into a square: Take one corner of the paper and fold it diagonally so that it touches the opposite edge of the paper. Cut off the unfolded part of the paper so that you have just the folded square remaining. If you are cutting standard 8 ½ x 11-inch paper to make it square, save the ends; you can make baby snowflakes with them or use the paper for notes.
Now that you have a perfect square, follow the instructions below to make a snowflake—and remember: no two snowflakes are exactly alike, so be creative!
While you’re making your snowflakes, learn more about the history of photographing snowflakes! And while you’re in a holiday crafting mood, find out how to make a cranberry wreath or nut wreath.
Taken from The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids, Volume 3
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