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snowflakes have 6 sides, so you fold the piece of paper 3 times.

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A snowflake has six points.And though they look to have a 6-fold symmetry, most snowflakes are not symmetric.

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You get a piece of paper fold it into a triangle to where there is a strip left over on the bottom. Then you fold the paper into triangles as many times as you want (8 is recommended). After that you can cut designs into it and make your snowflake pretty.

To make a 6-pointed snowflake, the first step is to begin with a square piece of writing paper and cut that sheet in half with a pair of scissors. Next, fold the paper diagonally to form a triangle and crease it firmly. Then, fold this triangle diagonally again in half to make a smaller triangle. After this, fold this smaller triangle into thirds forming even three smaller triangles so the tip has 3 folds 30 degrees apart from each other. Fold the left third over and line up as closely as possible to get it symmetrical. Cut the top of the paper at an angle and then use your creativity to make various cuts. Lastly, unfold the paper and see your snowflake!

it can tell you how many shapes there will be (say if you fold it 4 times and cut 12 shapes into it then it gives you 48 shapes in the snowflake because there were really 4 shapes made when you cut 1 shape due to the fact that it had 4 layers)

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Fold the paper snowflake in fours. Then you cut the edges and insides into any shape. Open the paper and the snowflake is exactly the same on each side!A snowflake has six points. So you want to fold your paper in sixths, not fourths or eighths. Here is one way to do it - very simple: Snowflakes 1, below in the links. A slightly more complicated but also neater and more precise way is shown in Snowflakes 2. Snowflakes 3 is just a slightly different approach to the first method.I always liked to make one more fold so I could get symmetrical arches across the one-sixth wedges by cutting little chunks out of the edges rather than making one big, long cut. This takes good scissors and some care because of the thickness of the paper. The results are much more is snowflake....not snowklake SORRY, i was asking the same question and this came up so i felt compelled to correct it.ANYONE KNOW HOW 2 MAKE A SNOWFLAKE!?!?

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^there's a video demonstrating how to make a snowflake. Real snowflakes all have six sides, so the first part of this project involves folding a piece of paper into sixths. Fold a piece of paper in half. Fold over one side, then the other, to make two 60 degree folds. You can do this by eye, or you can use a protractor. This is a good exercise in geometry and measuring angles. Cut off the edges of the paper in an arc - this makes a circle (if you were to unfold the paper). Cut a lot of the paper away. Unfold your snowflake carefully. Optional: Decorate your snowflake with glitter or glitter glue. Glue your snowflake onto a folded piece of construction paper for a great winter card.

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