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DIY These Giant Paper Snowflakes

DIY These Giant Paper Snowflakes

Silver and gold metallic Christmas tree with giant paper snowflakes

Ready to make your home into a winter wonderland? While your kids cut out traditional paper snowflakes, try your hand at these giant versions you can hang in the window, next to the tree or among your kids’ school paper snowflakes. You can make them in any color to match your Christmas decor.

What You’ll Need:

• 8 ½ x 11 inch copy paper (3 sheets for each snowflake)
• Scissors
• Glue
• Twine or thread

Living room with metallic Christmas silver and gold tree
The living room of homeowner Shannon Ingle is a vision of metallic Christmas cheer with its silver and gold accents and giant snowflakes in the windows.

What You’ll Do:

1. Take one sheet of paper and cut it in half so it measures 8 ½ x 5 ½ inches. Lay one half aside.

2. With the other half, lay it horizontally, fold the top left corner down to make a triangle and cut off the excess paper.

3. Fold the triangle into a triangle again. The paper should now have two triangle folds.

4. Lay the triangle down so the widest end faces up, and the open part of the fold is on the right.

5. Moving from right to left, cut horizontal lines into the triangle, but don’t cut all the way to the ends of the paper.

6. Unfold the paper to make a square.

7. Glue the corners of each set of cuts together, alternating the sides (glue one pair to the left, the next to the right, then the left again, etc.).

8. Repeat steps 1-8 so you have six separate pieces.

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9. Take three of the pieces and glue their bottom corners together so they gather into one point. Repeat for the other three pieces.

10. Take both sets of three pieces and glue their points together to create the snowflake shape.

11. Loop twine or thread through one corner of the snowflake and hang.

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