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## How do you make a snowflake with paper?

**How to make paper snowflakes**

- From the square, fold the piece of
**paper**over to**create**a triangle. - Begin to fold the triangle into three.
- The triangle folded into three from left to right.
- Cut the points off the bottom of your triangle to form a straight edge.
- Cut small holes into the edge of your triangle to
**create**the pattern.

## How do you make a hanging snowflake?

Cut about a foot and a half of fishing wire, tie or tape a **snowflake** to each side, and then **hang** the wire with **snowflakes** over a strand of your “web ceiling”, so both **snowflakes hang** down on either side. **Do** this for all of your **snowflakes**, and it will so much faster and easier to put them up and take them down!

## How do you make a 3d paper snowflake easy?

**STEPS**

- 1
**Make**6 identical squares.**Prepare**6 squares of equal size using blue, white, or silver plain or patterned**paper**. - 2Fold the square in half. Take one of the six squares.
- 3Fold the triangle in half.
- 4
**Make**three slits. - 5Unfold the
**paper**. - 6Glue the inner flaps together.
- 7Flip the
**paper**. - 8Glue the second pair of flaps.

## How do you make a snowflake for preschoolers?

To **make** a traditional **snowflake**, fold the coffee filter in half three times, to **make** a small wedge shape. Cut shapes along both sides (but **do** not completely cut off the fold). Open up the filter and see the **snowflake**. Cutting off the point will **make** a hole or shape in the center.

## How do you make a beautiful snowflake?

Fold paper in half diagonally to **make** a triangle. Fold paper triangle in half so that the pointed corners meet. Fold paper triangle in thirds, overlapping the lefthand pointed corner over the triangle. Overlap the righthand pointed corner over the triangle.

## What is 3D snowflake?

**Snowflakes** come in a variety of sizes and shapes. A **3D snowflake** is a **snowflake** with three dimensions: length, width, and depth (like a real **snowflake**). This is opposed to a 2D **snowflake** that has only length and width (like a drawing of a **snowflake**).

## How do you make a 3D tree out of paper?

**Method 1 of 4:** **Making a 3D Tree**

- Fold brown
**paper**in half and draw half of a bare**tree**along the fold. - Cut the
**tree out**and**make**a second copy. - Glue the
**trees**together along 1 of the folded sides. - Unfold the
**tree**, stand it up, and let it dry. - Fold a piece of thin green
**paper**like a fan.