This isn't normally a how-to kind of blog. And if you have been reading this blog to learn how to do anything, then bless your little heart.
- Look for scissors. WE OWN 50 BLEEPIN PAIRS OF SCISSORS. WHERE THE BLEEP ARE THEY.
- Get a piece of 8.5 x 11 paper.
- Find a hot hand model--oh, that was on my list. You won't need one.
- Fold the paper to create a triangle
- Cut off the extra piece to keep just the triangle
- Fold the triangle again to make a smaller triangle
- Make sure you've done step five correctly and have something that looks like lame oragami.
- Cut off the weird oragami-looking part. That will be the outside edge of your snowflake, so cut with zig-zag or curves as you want.
- Take slices out out of the sides of the triangle to make shapes in your snowflake.
- Enjoy your beautiful snowflake!
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