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Let’s make Paper Snowflakes MERRYCHRISTMAS!
rectangle sides long side short side
Materials you need tape scissors stapler paper
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Step 1 Fold one side of paper and cut off the bottom to make a triangle.
Step 1 rectangle fold and cut square triangle
Step 1 Fold Cut
Step 2 Fold the triangle into a smaller triangle.
Step 3 Fold one side of the triangle inward.
Step 4 Now fold the other side inward also.
Step 5 Use scissors to cut off the bottom.
Step 6 Now cut artfully with scissors.
Now cut your snowflake and create a pretty design!
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