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Paper crafts: Snowflake fumkins for kids

Cutting paper, Hallooween's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Kirigami, Paper crafts  |  September 7th 2011  |  0 Comment


Paper crafts

Snowflake fumkins for kids

The other afternoon while unpacking I came across our Halloween decorations and couldn’t resist getting into the spooky spirit right away. So I called little A and Jon over to start the festive adorning. While setting up trick-or-treaters and pumpkin treat bowls with little A I see Jon across the room with some paper and scissors, cutting out what looks to be a snowflake. No sooner does he see my quizzical look when, voila, he unfolds this super stellar pumpkin. Yeah, I was wowed. And hooked. So he showed me his methods and I went to town.

The best part, it’s easy. And brilliant. And fun. (And something kids can join in on!)
Step 1: Grab any old sheet of paper, rectangle, square…mix it up
Step 2: Fold it in half
Step 3: and then fold it in half again
Step 4: Now make sure the fold is on your left hand side
Step 5: Cut scallops on right hand side ending with the stem at the top
Step 6: Open up the fold once and then cut off the bottom stem
Step 7: Cut out a mouth
Step 8: Then a nose
Step 9: Use an x-acto to cut out the eyes
Step 10: Now unfold and enjoy your new creation!

Once you start, the possibilities are endless. And you might go a little crazy…
cutting out new creations for the rest of the night…
Happy cutting!

Source: mermag.blogspot.com