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Paper snowflakes


We cut out paper snowflakes to decorate our kitchen and living room windows. I am super impressed with the result. It is very festive. We even had a neighbor tell my kids how much she liked to look at our kitchen window first thing in the morning. It makes her happy.

Oh. And.
It is always nice when you answer your door with your fly open!

NOT!

Kinda weird that I am not even sure if people even do the NOT! thing in the U.S. anymore.

I fail. :D

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  • Tracy December 13, 2010, 7:11 pm

    I think I’ve done something similar to that. But where I’m from, we call it monokiri (or something like that, we were told it’s Japanese) where we fold paper a certain way then cut it to form geometric patterns. We never thought of the cut paper as snowflakes though. Funny. I guess it never occurred to us, living in the tropics and all that.

    • Pumpkin December 17, 2010, 8:26 am

      We did that too in middle school as a geometry lesson. But, in elementary school the teachers had us do it to decorate the classroom windows with “snowflakes” in winter. :)

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