Every snowflake is unique. But while there are no two snowflakes that look alike, they do have similar structures — six symmetrical folds that radiate out. That’s why arts and crafts teachers fold a paper six times from the centre when cutting a paper snowflake in class.
But how are these beautiful flakes made? It basically forms from a droplet of water in the air. Crystallization happens when a vapour travels slowly and condenses in a cloud. Then it drops down to the ground as a uniquely formed snowflake. However, you’ll need to look at one through a microscope to see its different designs.
Winter usually brings in snow, and in the Northern part of the world, Christmas falls in this season. However, there are other countries that experience winter in different months like Australia. Tropical countries don’t have any kind of snow at all.
Add snow trinkets like this giant silver snowflake for a cool White Christmas-themed decoration.
Dimensions: L 100 x W 44 x H 103cm