This 3D snowflake template are late for Christmas now, I know.
It took me nearly a month to find out how to build this 3d snowflake design, which is different from others’.
And I made the tutorial with video and picture instructions in 2 days, as it’s raining all the time here.
And I made 2 template sizes: small and giant snowflake.
This is my daughter. She said: “I’m Elsa” then, hihi.
Video tutorial for 3d snowflake
How to make 3D giant snowflake, step by step
Time needed: 25 minutes.
- Cutting the templates
The 3d snowflake template is in PDF format for hand cut (kirigami knife is recommended) and in SVG|PNG for cutting machine.
There are 16 petals for the giant snowflake and 8 double-petals for the small one.
The final sizes of the giant snowflake is 21 1/4″ and the small one is 10 1/4″.
It took about 16 minutes for my Cricut to score and cut the giant petals. I fold the score lines during this cutting time.
- Glue the petals
I used glue gun for the giant snowflake and white glue for the small one.
Just 5 minutes to glue the petals for 1 side.
- Glue the center of snowflake
Cut a strip of paper and rolled it into a 3″ height axle. Then insert the axle to connect both center of the snowflake.
- Glue the petals
Glue the head of the petal of 2 sides together, so we have 16 joining heads here.
Decor some sewing rhinestones if you want.
Or insert the led light to light up your dream.
Let’s hang it out.
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I just put some green leaves (in my small poinsettia template) and red rolled rose on white snowflake.
Perfect for Christmas!
- Cardstock (180gsm) but 200gsm is recommended for giant snowflake.
- Scissors or cutting machine
- Glue gun or Tacky glue
- My below templates (just click on the button)