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Paper Bag Snowflakes

Here in Germany, you can purchase packs of paper bags called “Butterbrottüten”. Translated, these are “Butter Bread Bags”. These are used to pack sandwiches for school and work. Because these are so inexpensive, they are also used a lot for crafting. This pretty snowflake idea is popular in this country. With just 8 of these bags, you can create a snowflake within 10 minutes. When hanging from the ceiling or from a curtain rod, these look so light and dainty.

 

 

Paper Bag Snowflakes

For this project you will need:

- a pencil
- a ruler
- white string and tape for hanging
- 8 very thin paper bags, scissors and stick glue
Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 1

Instructions:

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 2
1. First of all, place all of the paper bags in the same direction with the opening at the top. Draw a stick glue line down the middle of the first bag and also across the bottom and place the next bag onto it. Draw a stick glue line again down the middle of the bag and across the bottom.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 3
2. Continue in the same manner until all 8 layers of bags are glued together.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 4
3. Then mark a dot at the top center of the top bag.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 5
4. Also mark two dots on each bag side at the same height. The further down you place the dots, the steeper the point angle will be.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 6
5. Draw and connect the top dot with each of the two side dots.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 7
6. Cut these corners away so that your bag now looks like this.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 8
7. On both sides of the bags, cut random shapes through all of the layers.

Paper Bag Snowflake Tutorial 9
8. Then gently pull the bag open until you have the snowflake shape. Glue the first end to the last end. Place a piece of tape at one of the points. This will reinforce the point so it does not tear when the snowflake is hanging. Then poke a small hole through the hole with a needle and pull a piece of string through for hanging

 

 

 

Paper Bag Snowflake 1

Paper Bag Snowflake 2
Each snowflake is unique and delicate.

 

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