This is the age of 3D with everything from movies to paper crafts becoming 3 dimensional. Paper snowflakes are no exception and how! You can make the rather intricate looking rolled paper giant snowflakes or you can settle for the simpler ones involving making multiple regular 2D snowflakes and then attaching them together for a 3D effect.
Another, rather simple pattern for an attractive 3D snowflake that would really add to your Christmas decoration
Here is a giant paper snowflake that does not only make a beautiful, intricate Christmas hanging, but also is pretty simple and fun to make. All you will need are some sheets of white (or even colorful) paper, a stapler and a string.
The basic procedure to make this powder blue snowflake is pretty similar to the last one, with small alterations that produce a different design.
Here is yet another example of how simply you can make an attractive 3D snowflake with some paper, a pair of scissors and in this case, a cute brad (you can even use the colorful ones).
Now this is an interesting one where you get to weave thin paper strips to make your own unique snowflake ornament.
This one sort of reminds of a lotus, a fact that makes this pattern that much more special. You can try this one with different colored papers – the outcome is sure to be flowery.
A simple one really, just a few added folds in the paper can turn an ordinary snowflake into something so amazing.
Yes, you can make this one at home – all you will need are some paper and a steady hand with the scissors to cut it in the required shape.
The basic procedure being the same as the ones above, the multicolor effect really works for this giant 3D snowflake.
These large snowflakes really look amazing as window hangings, especially when you string three or four of these together to form a garland.
This is probably the easiest, not to mention the prettiest, three dimensional snowflake ornaments.
Finally you know that these gorgeous snowflakes only look intimidating in the pictures. You know how easy it actually is to make them just by going through the instructions or watching the video once.
Published on January 5th 2015 by Daphne Bennette