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It's often said that no two snowflakes are alike. That's also true with paper snowflakes! The slightest change in the paper folding or the slightest cut difference and you can have a new and exciting snowflake.
Use the patterns in this book to learn the techniques, and then start experimenting on your own.
This could be the least expensive decoration you can make. Any 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper will do. There are many different paper styles and colors available for choosing. Find some paper and a pair of sharp scissors and you are ready to start.
Use the diagrams at the bottom of this page to learn how to fold your paper. Then pick the pattern you want to try first.
You can use the same patterns many times. Photocopy or trace the patterns rather than cut them out so you can use them many times.
You can also photocopy your patterns smaller or larger so you have a variety of snowflake sizes for decorating. Cut a piece of paper to the size you want your snowflake. Fold the paper, as per the instructions, then enlarge or reduce the pattern to fit your snowflake triangle.