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Hostess gift pick: DIY paper snowflake chain

Finding the perfect hostess gift for your holiday soirees this year can be tough—and expensive! Good news: Paper snowflake chains are easy, fun and inexpensive! This sweet seasonal decoration is perfect for the upcoming holidays and will have your hostess swooning—we’re sure of it! All you need is paper, scissors, string and a hole punch. 


Here’s what you’ll need:

6 pieces of white printer paper


String, twine or ribbon

Hole punch


Here’s what you’ll do:

1. Fold a piece of paper in half as many times as possible, making sure the creases are straight.

2. With a pair of scissors, create your own design by cutting out different shapes along the edges and the fold. Try triangles, scallops, stars, etc!

3. Carefully unfold the paper.

4. If the snowflake needs more detail, just refold the piece of paper and continue to trim more.

5. Repeat steps 1-4 on all 6 pieces of paper.

6. After creating each snowflake, use the hole punch to punch one hole on the right and left sides of every snowflake.

7. With the string/ribbon/twine, string each snowflake through the holes from the hole puncher. Knot the string around the holes to keep them in place.

8. Neatly tuck your paper snowflake chain into a gift bag to present to your hostess.

BY MAILYSE FERBER ON 11/9/2012 12:00:00 AM

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