How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper?


How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper?

How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper
How To Make A Snowflake A Flower From Paper

" In this video, I present a master class on how to cut a snowflake out of paper with your own hands. During the holiday, everyone wants the house to be beautiful and cozy. A good option for decorating your home before the holiday would be to decorate the windows with paper snowflakes, which will bring a pre-holiday mood into the usual atmosphere of the room. The simplest thing you can do with your own hands is to cut and attach bulky paper snowflakes in different places. You can usefully and enjoyably spend time with your child, cutting out beautiful voluminous snowflakes with your own hands from paper. Children take part in such activities with great joy. Watch the video on our YouTube CHANNEL at the link "

Primary TechniquePaper Crafts


Materials List

  • 2 colored A4 sheets
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Bead


  1. We take 2 colored A4 sheets.

  2. We fold both sheets diagonally, cut off the excess, we get 2 squares.

  3. The resulting squares, without expanding, fold 2 more times in half along the diagonal.

  4. Received a blank for making snowflake petals.

  5. In each petal we make 3 cuts, a little short of the fold.

  6. Making 2 more cuts on the petal

  7. Expand the blanks.

  8. Glue the middle parts to the middle, the future snowflake of the flower. We do the same with the second workpiece.

  9. We glue both snowflake blanks together and glue the bead. The snowflake flower is ready !!!

NotesWatch the video on our YouTube CHANNEL

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