Over the last few years I've been seeing these amazing geek snowflakes. The first ones I saw were beautiful Star Wars designs, then one of the Enterprise, but I got really excited when I saw Doctor Who snowflakes. I've wanted to try am make some ever since. I thought Tuesday Tutorial was the perfect chance to try.
Supplies: white paper, a pencil and eraser, scissors or an exacto knife, and string
Step 1: Fold Paper
Start with a square piece of paper and fold it however you like to fold to make a snowflake. As a kid I always make "four point" folds because it was easier. Thanks to the internet and Google I've discovered how to make "six point" snowflakes. You can find your choice of tutorials here. I used the Instructables: How to Make 6-Pointed Paper Snowflakes tutorial. This image, steps 4-5, is from that site:
Step 2: Draw Template
You could draw your own design or use one of the many patterns online:
- Oodly Crafting has a TARDIS, Cyberman, Ood, and Dale pattern.
- Just Folk Art has images of their Adipose and Weeping Angel that could be used as a guide.
- Epic Geekdom has a great assortment of patterns
- There are also these. I tried to find the original source but could not:
Step 3: Cut OutI only had scissors; the TARDIS was too thick to cut out. I will need to wait till I have access to an exacta knife.
Step 4: Hang And Enjoy!
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial; there will be a new one next Tuesday. And if you are interested last week's tutorial was Mini TARDIS Ornaments.
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