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Cyberflake

concept and preliminary design by Raeven Alvarez
design tweaks by Zabet Stewart
excellent snowflake skillz by Anthony Ascione

Suggested Entertainment

Difficulty

Boy Scout Burnout
Click here for definitions of difficulty levels.

Finished Measurements

~8"/20cm square

Download

US Letter Cyberflake template (pdf)

Materials

  • Printer
  • Hobby knife
  • Scissors
  • Bone folder

Design Notes

Use the thinest paper that you can reasonably print on; standard paper is fine, just don't break out the resume paper, cardstock, etc. Use a bone folder, the side of a ruler, or a capped marker to make your creases extra tight. Start with the small fiddly sections; having the rest of the paper intact will give strength and stability that makes the fiddly bits easier to cut out.

Never made a paper snowflake? Watch a tutorial first.

Directions

Print out the snowflake template, cut away grey area. Fold in that "I'm makeing a snowflake" way, then cut out and discard the light blue areas. Allonz-y!

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