Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day is an annual commemoration celebrated on December 27th of each year. Ice snowflakes melt, but something lives even after the snowfall. Let out your creativity in bringing out the snowflakes in the paper. Making cut-out snowflake is a favorite activity for the kids in the school. However, it is not only for the kids, the adults can also participate and show the unique designs in making the cut-out snowflake. This day is the perfect day to put smaller paper flakes in your home and thereby make little to big cut-out snowflakes.
“A snowflake is another beautifully ordered example of what simple, natural meteorological processes can produce. Stars form by gravity, collapsing into spherically ordered structures that can remain in this form only if they release tremendous heat energy into the environment.” – Lawrence M. Krauss
History of Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day
The history, origin, and founder of the Make Cut Out Snowflakes Day are unknown. Cut Out Snowflakes are a traditional Japanese art form of Origami and is practiced by many people. The snowflake is a seasonal image or motif traditionally used around the Christmas period. People during this Festivus make paper snowflakes to decorate their houses. Cut Out Snowflakes is made by folding a piece of paper several times and then cutting out a pattern with scissors. Finally, when the paper is unfolded gives the desired shape. There are countless paper snowflake designs available that vary in size and shape, and there are even patterns that are time-consuming.
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How to Celebrate the day
The first thing required is to learn the basics of the art of cutting out snowflakes. Start it from scratch design pattern and go ahead with complex designs. Cutting out snowflakes makes your celebration spirit higher. Save some bucks during the holiday season. All you require is some time and patience to make the cutout comes in a unique design. Don’t forget to share your Cut Out Snowflakes on social media. Use the hashtag #MakeCutOutSnowflakesDay to post and share your celebration pictures.
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