Cutting A Snowflake

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Postby magicking » 09/11/08 06:58 PM

Does anyone have a good source for taking a single piece of paper and cutting a nice snowflake with just a few cuts/
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 09/11/08 07:08 PM

Sounds like something that might be in Martin Gardner's Impromptu Magic ... I have a vague recollection of seeing Francis Rigney's drawings for something like that.

Have you googled it? Here it is as a pdf:

http://ms-t-inc.com/pdf-file/snowflak.pdf

Here's a whole page with various kinds:
http://www.highhopes.com/snowflakes.html

I found them by submitting the words "Cutting Snowflake" on Google. :)
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Postby magicking » 09/12/08 05:15 PM

Thanks Richard...DUH why didn't I think of using Google..Sometime the power of the internet escapes me.
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Postby Nikodemus Siivola » 09/12/08 06:28 PM

I need to check, but I think Gene Anderson's Newspaper Magic has something.
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