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Friday, January 12, 2007

How to Make a 3-D Snowflake

You can make these out of paper as the sample above or it's really best to use the large craft foam sheets, especially if you'd like to hang them outside. If you have a sturdy gift wrap that's printed double-sided that would be pretty too!
You can get 2 squares from each sheet so you'll need 3 large sheets to make one snowflake.
Each section was made from an 8 1/2" square.
The link below will give you the directions.
It may be slow to load, so be patient.


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