Paper Snowflake Banner

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We are celebrating all things winter this week at Moonfrye! Create your very own winter wonderland (without needing to brave the cold weather!) with our paper snowflake banner. Simply fold, snip, hang and enjoy!

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What you will need:

White paper

Scissors

Twine

Tacky Glue

Instructions:

Step 1: Take a piece of white printer paper and fold one corner diagonally down to create a triangle (a perfect square if you unfold it) Cut the excess paper off the end, but keep the paper folded.

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Step 2: Fold the triangle in half, making sure to align the edges and corners.

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Step 3: Repeat Step 2 to create an even smaller triangle.

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Step 4: Cut out different shapes and designs along the edges and corners. The more designs you cut, the more intricate your snowflake will be!

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Step 5: Unfold your triangle and unveil your beautiful snowflake!

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Step 6: Make several different snowflakes following the steps above. Be sure to vary the cut out designs to make each and every one unique!

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Step 7: Measure and cut a piece of twine (length will depend on where you want to hang your banner).

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Step 8: Using a dab of glue on the corner of each snowflake, glue each one to the twine.

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Step 10: Hang your snowflake banner up in the house to create your very own winter wonderland!

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5 thoughts on “Paper Snowflake Banner

  1. Susan H.

    I’m a third grade teacher and this is a great project for my students. It’s perfect for decorating the classroom. Thank you for the idea.

    Reply

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