Sometimes I think the hardest thing about this section was learning how to spell the word dimensional. It is very easy to make basic 3-D paper ornaments. Pretty much all you have to do is print two like images on card stock, Vellum Bristol or other heavy duty paper, then cut opposite slits in each ornament. It doesn't matter whether the slits are horizontal, diagonal or vertical, just as long as they are opposite each to give the proper 3-d effect when the images slide together.
For best results, use thick cardstock paper.
Design your own snow flake three-D ornaments and turn ordinary paper snowflakes into extraordinary 3D ornaments. Liven up your Christmas tree or windows and doorways. Once you learn how to make one 3-D snowflake ornaments, you can make a blizzard of Christmas and winter holiday decorations.
Attach each section to the other with tape, glue or staples until you have a completed 6-sided ornament. Hole punch one end to hang the ornament using yarn, string or Christmas ornament fasteners.
For these 3-D snow flake pattern you need 6 sheets of 8 1/2"x11" paper cut into exact squares.