Tips for Folding Paper Snowflakes

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Learn how to continue the folding process for making paper snowflakes in this free Christmas crafts video.

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I'm gonna show you today how to make some paper snow flakes. With our first fold done, you should have a nice triangular shape. With a you know perpendicular 90 degree angles involved. But we're not done yet with the folding we actually have two more of these folds to go through before we're actually ready to start moving over into cutting. So, let's look at our piece of paper again here. And what we are going to do is basically we're gonna do is we are going to make an increasingly smaller triangle out of our piece of paper. And what we are gonna do is just keep folding it. You know, basically take the longest side, which is the hypotenuse for those who remember some of your geometry. And take that and you're gonna fold over it again to make another triangle. Again, try to keep where the corners and everything are matching up as much as possible. Try to avoid the folds being off at all. You might have a little bit but that's o.k. But try to, try to really keep it a pretty rectangular nice or triangular and as nice as neat as possible. After you do this one fold then you're actually gonna do another one. And this actual, this will be the last fold after which, you'll have a nice small triangle.


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