Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day

Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day

In our early school years, it was a favourite activity and many families shared the project as a family holiday tradition. It was sure to end up with many small pieces of paper on the ground, as thick as the snow outside. But it was also accompanied by the warmth of creativity and the unique designs that resulted from everyone’s efforts. This art-form is actually an ancient Japanese tradition called Origami. Although the process is similar, Origami and Kirigami involve intricately folding a piece of paper to create a desired shape. The art of snowflake-cutting is a little more complicated. You fold the paper into a desired shape and then place the cuts in the right places. Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day invites you to re-discover this art and make your own snowflake. There are many videos and websites that will help you learn the basics of folding paper. It’s as easy as using your scissors to create new designs. You will soon be able create stunning holiday designs with practice. Next, it’s time to make Easter bunnies and eggs! Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day invites you to re-learn the art and carry it throughout the year.

The event is ongoing.

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