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Unleash your creativity with a blizzard of snowflakes, great for decorating the classroom or house.
Take a square piece of paper. Make sure it’s not too thick.
Fold your square in half diagonally, making a triangle. Then fold this triangle along the middle, making a smaller triangle.
Divide this triangle by drawing three equal sections. The easiest way to do this is to find the apex (corner opposite the longest side). Use a protractor to divide the angle of the apex into three 30-degree angles. It’s okay if it’s not exact.
Now that your triangle is in three sections, fold the left section to the front. Next, fold the right section the same way.
Flip the shape over so you see a horizontal edge. Cut along this edge to make a wedge.
Keeping the wedge folded, cut out random shapes along the edges.
Unfold the paper. Say hello to your snowflake! Make it even more unique using glitter crayons, paint, or whatever sticks!
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Print your own colorful, original gift wrap paper!
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