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How to Make a Kirigami Snowflake
On behalf of TVLesson.com, my name is Sherie Tengbergen. I’m a professional artist with The WatercolorGourmet.com. In this clip I’m going show you how to make Kirigami snowflake. Now we’re going to use something that you might have around the house. This is a coffee filter and what we’re going to do is since this is small we’re going to take and we’re going to fold it once, again, again and again. And then we’re going to take our scissors and we are just going to cut out random shapes. It’s important that you don’t cut all the way across because in a snowflake and the cup, the filter will fall apart on you.
The first thing I want to do is change the edging, so I’m going to take my scissors and I’m going to cut in triangular shape, just like that. The neat thing about snowflakes is whatever you cut and how ever you cut makes a different snowflake every time just like in nature. So I’m going to cut another triangle right here with my scissors and I'm making sure that I don’t go all the way across because I don’t want my snowflake to fall apart. I’m going to do another one. I'm going to cut in and make another triangle. And you can also do squares, circles, any shapes that you really want. I want to remove a little bit of the back side so I’m going to turn my snowflake around and now I’m going to do a triangle on this side. It goes in and down.
Now you see that I’ve got one, two, three, four different areas, I want to do one more. I’m going to cut little bit of the tip of so that I get an area on the very bottom of my snowflake and now comes the fun part. I’m going to open it up very carefully to see what I’ve created. I’m going to move this out the way so that I can lay my snowflake down and you can see what we’ve come up with and there you have your finish snowflake from Kirigami paper cutting.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, this is Sherie Tengbergen and thank you for watching.