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26647 Snowflake

26647 Snowflake

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SNOW FLAKE
SNOW FLAKE

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Published by: DEORIGAMIMASTER on May 17, 2013
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This collapse is similar tothe collapse that formsthe centre of the sand dol-lar in ,but cannot be done in themanner shown there be-cause it generates extracreases (which detractfrom the transparent ef-fectofthesnowflake.
Origami Sea Life 
6. Focus on one of theflaps,standingitup.7. Flatten the flap, squash-ing the shaded area. Notethat the squash issymmetrical!
not 
8. Result of previous step.Repeat on other five flaps,.
alternating the thick part ofthesquashfold
Snowflake
 ©1997 by Joseph Wu1.4. 5.2. 3.Diagrammed on January 5, 1997Startwithawhitehexagon.Forbesteffect,useasheetoftranslucentpaper,suchastracingpaper.thick partthin partPage 1 of 3
 
Page 2 of 3
Snowflake
 ©1997 by Joseph Wu Diagrammed on January 5, 19979. Swivel. (Shaded areas are thicker.) 10. Mountain fold excess under flap.11. Repeat steps 9 & 10 five times.13. The centre completed. Turn over. 14. Swivel.12.Valley fold three central points outward.

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