Day 13 of Christmas


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Directions (to make paper snowflake)
1. Using thin paper, cut into a circle. Hint – use plate, bowl, etc. as a guide to get a perfect circle shape.
2. Fold in half. Fold in half again. And again.
3. Cut away.
4. Unfold to see your beautiful snowflake.

Or if you are a visual person here is a great guide for making paper snowflakes (a bit differently than the way I make mine.)

Guide from High Hopes 
(Check out free templates as well!)

When you are done, you could hang them on a window, on your Christmas tree, make a snowflake garland or even a snowflake curtain.

Snowflake Curtain by bugs & fishes
Snowflake Templates 
 (found via pinterest)
(Download Template – Directions Below)

Directions to use snowflake template (via Yarn Owl)

  1. Print out the guide on thin paper – regular printer paper is fine.
  2. Fold in half along the dotted line, then in half again, then fold 2 more times, taking care to leave the cutting guide on top, so you could see it.
  3. Cut out the snowflake (white part is what you need, gray part is to be thrown away.
  4. Carefully unfold your creation, place it between sheets of paper and iron out.
 {To use free Christmas Verse & Activity Cards}
1. Click on the images above.
2. Right click to ‘Save As’ on your computer
3. Open the file & print onto cardstock
Feel free to email me if you have questions or problems downloading the file.

*For personal use only, not for resale. All rights belong to Ashlee Proffitt Design.

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