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Transcript of Paul Braccio
Fold this larger triangle in half to make a smaller triangle.
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.
Fold the square of paper diagonally to make a triangle.
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.
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.