Cutting snowflakes out of paper seems pretty easy. And even though we make them every year to celebrate winter, I still manage to be a little rusty on the how-to part. I usually try a few different ways of folding the paper before getting it right so I don’t end up with square snowflakes (not that there’s anything wrong with that). This year I found this easy-to-follow template on Ms T’s website. My boys and I decided to fill our house with snow.
Category: crafts, seasonal
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