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Start with 9 paper lunch sacks. I used white but the brown also work.
Using a hot glue gun, glue across the bottom and the middle, making a T shape. Place the paper bags on top of each other.
Once all the bags are glued, take a pair of heavy duty scissors and cut patterns along the top and sides.
Add another T shape of glue on the end bag and fan the bags out to connect the bottom and top bag. You should now have a snowflake.
These snowflakes are also really cute using brown paper lunch sacks. You can also make them smaller or bigger by using larger lunch sacks or by cutting a strip off the top to make your sack shorter. Follow me for more.