Often, you'll first fold the second third over, only to your discover that it doesn't line up exactly in thirds.
I love to put mine on windows so that they're visible from inside and your out.
Dirty hands make for dingy snowflakes!
I usually make two snowflakes for every.5"x11" piece of paper, so I cover first cut the paper in paper half, and then make a square from each half.
Be careful not to cut all the way from one side to the other, or else you'll chop your snowflake in half!If it makes it easier, pretend that the snowflake is a clock and the lines you're imagining are the hands when it's one o'clock.Begin snowflake cutting away from the sides comic of the paper.If you don't have a protractor, you can estimate the size of the sections as you do Steps snowflake 5 and.Printed from m this comic link strip is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.
If you're just learning to make snowflakes, using a full piece of paper for each snowflake may be easier to practice with.
I have also ironed them (between two pieces of plain paper) to make them extra flat.