How to Make a Snowflake Curtain

Deck the windows with strands of snowflakes. They're inexpensive, easy to make and add the perfect dose of seasonal flair to even the smallest windows.

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Materials Needed:

  • several sheets of plain white copy paper
  • computer and printer
  • one heavy book
  • scissors
  • 8 lb. fishing line
  • transparent tape

Print Snowflakes

Search the Internet for free snowflake templates, and print out several different sizes.

Cut Snowflakes

Use scissors to cut around the outside border of each snowflake.

Fold Snowflakes

Fold each snowflake along the specified lines.

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