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Paul Braccio

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Steven Fraser

on 22 December 2014

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How To Make A Paper Snowflake.
Step 3
Fold this larger triangle in half to make a smaller triangle.
Step 4
Imagine the triangle in thirds, and fold the right third over, as shown. If you want to be precise and have a protractor, each "third" in this step is a 30 degree angle.
Step 2
Fold the square of paper diagonally to make a triangle.
Step 1
Begin with a square piece of copy paper. I usually make two snowflakes for every 8.5"x11" piece of paper, so first cut the paper in half, and then make a square from each half. This makes a snowflake that’s about 5" across. If you're just learning to make snowflakes, using a full piece of paper for each one may be easier to practice with.
Step 5
Fold the left third over. Try to get all of the folds to line up as close as possible for the most symmetrical snowflake that you are making.
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