Scrapbook How To: Folded Snowflake

Is it snowing where you live? Or maybe you’re dreaming/wishing for snow? Make a few of these folded snowflakes to adorn your scrapbook pages and you may find real snow falling soon. For stunning snowflakes, make sure to use double-sided paper that coordinates with your photos and layout. This Snow layout by Wendy Sue Anderson from Scrapbooking Ideas for Every Season uses a large snowflake as the main accent for a page full or snowy photos.

Snow by Wendy Sue Anderson from Creating Keepsakes Scrapbooking Ideas for Every Season

Snow by Wendy Sue Anderson from Creating Keepsakes Scrapbooking Ideas for Every Season

To create a folded snowflake:

Step 1: Fold a 2 1/2" double-sided paper square in half to form triangle.

Step 1: Fold a 2 1/2″ double-sided paper square in half to form triangle.

Step 2: Make small, angled cut about 1/2" from each triangle point along folded edge.

Step 2: Make small, angled cut about 1/2″ from each triangle point along folded edge.

Step 3: Open triangle, and roll side points of square to meet in center; adhere. Repeat six times.

Step 3: Open triangle, and roll side points of square to meet in center; adhere. Repeat first three steps six times.

Step 4: Adhere bottom points of all six rolled pieces together to create snowflake. Flatten each point. Embellish.

Step 4: Adhere bottom points of all six rolled pieces together to create snowflake. Flatten each point. Embellish.

 

 

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6 Responses to Scrapbook How To: Folded Snowflake

  1. Helen Pelzer-Lane says:

    This is incredibly cool. Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas!

  2. Jean A Marmo says:

    Will have to remember this!

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  4. Susan S says:

    This snowflake is such a great addition to this layout. I can’t wait to try it….now I just gotta get out and take some winter pictures :D

  5. Katiria says:

    this is so clever and easy!

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