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How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper

By: Alexsandr Kohany from youtu.be
Updated December 17, 2020
How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper
How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper

"Winter is a wonderful time. Gifts, festive mood - all this suggests that there will be other miracles after that. And what? Winter will bring us snow. We will go and look at the passing snowflakes down the street. At home, every year we decorate the rooms with this creation of nature. I invite you to touch the world of crafts. Let's make a paper flower snowflake to make it look voluminous and beautiful. Such a beautiful snowflake is easy to make with children."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Main MaterialPaper

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts

Easy

Materials List

  • 2 colored A4 sheets
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Bead

Instructions

  1. We take 2 colored A4 sheets.

  2. We fold both sheets diagonally, cut off the excess, we get 2 squares.

  3. The resulting squares, without expanding, fold 2 more times in half along the diagonal.

  4. Received a blank for making snowflake petals.

  5. In each petal we make 3 cuts, a little short of the fold.

  6. Making 2 more cuts on the petal

  7. Expand the blanks.

  8. Glue the middle parts to the middle, the future snowflake of the flower. We do the same with the second workpiece.

  9. We glue both snowflake blanks together and glue the bead. The snowflake flower is ready !!!

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