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Easy-to-Make Decorative Paper Snowflakes (Other Paper Crafts) Paperback – July 1, 1987
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With this wonderful book and a pair of sharp scissors, you can cut up a snowstorm of beautiful paper snowflakes, perfect for Christmas tree ornaments, holiday decorations--any number of imaginative uses.
Brenda Lee Reed created her first snowflakes for her family Christmas tree and soon found the airy, lacy designs could be adapted as valentines, greeting cards, table centerpieces, and decorations of all kinds. Here she has included four-, six-, and eight-part designs for snowflakes, incorporating many festive motifs--bells, diamonds, stars, tulips, and more.
The author's foolproof method makes it easy for even beginners to create beautiful snowflakes. Forty-five elegant designs are printed on fine-quality paper, one side only. Simply remove the sheet from the book, fold as directed, and cut out the indicated areas for perfect results. Complete, easy-to-follow instructions are included, along with suggestions for creating your own winter wonderland of snowflake designs.
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Just bear in mind that "Easy-to-Make" is a relative term. Kids up to 8th grade will likely need an adult to demonstrate at least once and children 3rd - 5th will need step-by-step guidance. Those younger than 3rd are likely to struggle and be frustrated.
Also be aware these are artistic interpretations, not authentic snowflake patterns and should be considered decorative rather than scientific.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book came 11=7=15 book perfect will try the method of making snow flakes soon
I love kirigami (paper cutting) and this is a great inspiration and resource.Published 5 months ago by Leter Windstorm
Beautifully done. My 12 year old daughter was making amazing snowflakes in no time.Published 11 months ago by Kindle Customer