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## How do you make a homemade snowflake?

Begin with your square piece of paper and fold it in half diagonally to make a triangle.

- 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.

## How do you make paper snowflakes step by step?

How to Make 6-Pointed Paper Snowflakes

- Step 1: Start With a Square. First, begin with a square piece of copy paper.
- Step 2: Fold in Half Diagonally.
- Step 3: Fold in Half Again.
- Step 4: Fold One Third.
- Step 5: Fold Again.
- Step 6: Cut the “top” Off at an Angle.
- Step 7: Shape It!
- Step 8: Unfold to Reveal!

**How do you make a 3d paper snowflake?**

STEPS

- 1Make 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.
- 4Make three slits.
- 5Unfold the paper.
- 6Glue the inner flaps together.
- 7Flip the paper.
- 8Glue the second pair of flaps.

**How do you make small 3d snowflakes?**

### How big is a real snowflake?

Some of the largest non-aggregate (single snow crystal) snowflakes ever observed measure 3 or 4 inches from tip to tip. On average, snowflakes range in size from the width of a human hair to less than that of a penny.

### How do you make a simple paper snowflake?

How to make a snowflake: Step 1: draw a circle on your piece of paper. Step 2: Fold your circle in half. Step 3: Fold the circle in half again (you should have a quarter of a circle now). Step 4: Fold the circle in half one more time. Step 5: Draw some patterns on your snowflake. Step 6: Cut out the shapes you drew.

**How to make a snowflake in weavesilk?**

Open Weavesilk in your browser.

**How Snowflakes are Made?**

Snow is formed when ice crystals collide and form even bigger ice crystals called snowflakes. Snowflakes are formed in the atmosphere, and then gravity takes over causing the snowflakes to fall to the ground.