❄ How To Cut Out Paper Snowflakes ❄

Hi guys! Today I've got something special for you! I would love to share with you how I do my Christmas decorations, these holiday paper snowflakes! I might even include some fun tutorials in the future on my blog as well if you're interested? So this paper snowflake tradition has been going on for a while in my family. When I lived in Prague, I usually made this for my parent's house and for my apartment. It's super easy and it surely evokes the real snowy Winter in everyone! If you want to try it this year, follow my easy tutorial. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to comment on my post! There are patterns and templates on the internet, but I usually just keep cutting as I want and create unique and diferent pieces! That's what I love about it the most!
Let's get right into it and see how you can easily create your own paper snowflakes!
1. Start out with a square piece of paper. Fold the square diagonally in half. | 2. Fold the resulting triangle along the middle to come up with a smaller triangle (3.) | Steps 4. and 5. are the most crucial and also the trickiest in making a paper snowflake. You have to divide the triangle into three equal sections. | 7. When you fold the last piece (6.), cut along the horizontal edge so that you come up with a wedge (7.). From there, you should be able to start cutting out the snowflake shape you long for!

Here is some inspiration what I did the other day...
So sorry that I forgot to take a picture of this one after I made last cuts. This part (as seen in the middle pic) can either stay, or you create a gap in the middle by cutting it out, which I thinks look pretty cool!

 Here are some fun patterns and templates that I found on the internet. You can follow them but as I mentioned below, there's nothing better than come up with your own unique piece! For advanced and patient paper cutters, here are some Star Wars shapes by the way!

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    I have to try this now with different colored paper and put them on my bedroom door! ^.^
    Thank you for sharing.<33

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  2. I've made paper snowflakes but mine never looked these good Suzie...I'll have to try out your tutorial and see if mine can look like this. I hope you're having a really great weekend ♡♡♡

  3. Ohn dear, very, very yummy! You have to try :D

    OMG!!! I really love this kind of Xmas DIY!!!! I try to do :D


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  4. Ooooh, this reminds me my childhood and now I want to cut some of them to put them on our tree =D
    Thanks for tips, my dear..now we have something to do in the evenings =D, Patrik will be happy =D =D =D

    Hugs and kisses,

  5. Too cute ! I'd like to make it with my nieces :)


  6. You just brought back childhood memories. You've done a gorgeous job on the snowflakes. Love it.

  7. I used to do this all the time! Yours came out so cute!


  8. I used to always make these when I was younger, going to have to make them during the week!!

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  9. Hi love how are you today? Cute post babe thanks so much for sharing. I want to invite you to visit me whenever you have time at http://its-dominica.blogspot.co.uk/ Merry Christmas, Dominica S. xXx

  10. Such a lovely make! These are so pretty, I'd love to have a go at making them with my baby boy as it's our first Christmas together! :D xx

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  11. Aww... Great tutorial Suzy! It really cute >///< <3

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