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Snowflakes: Creative Paper Cutouts: As Winter Approaches, New Book Teaches Thousands to Make Fun, Fluffy & Exciting Paper Snowflakes

Dissatisfied by her ability to make paper snowflakes as a child, Cindy Higham is now bringing the art to thousands through the best snowflake book ever created. Easy and fun to make by crafty hands of all ages, the book’s seventy-five unique designs bring an abundance of fun to card-making, parties, scrapbooks or simple rainy day family time.


South Jordan, UT -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2013 -- While many authors have a long bibliography to their name, Utah’s Cindy Higham has an accolade few can boast – being the author of four renowned paper snowflake pattern books! Inspired by a childhood struggle to make the perfect snowflake, Higham’s self-developed designs and techniques can now help anyone become a snow King or Queen with ease.

Her latest book, ‘Snowflakes: Creative Paper Cutouts’ is crammed with wild, unconventional yet easily-created new snowflake designs.


Snowflakes: Creative Paper Cutouts shows you how to make your snowflakes wild and wonderful, perfect for that family get-together or holiday party.

This craft book will turn anyone into a snowflake pro. It contains 75 full-sized patterns and includes instructions for folding, cutting, and decorating your snowflakes.

As the author explains, paper snowflakes have an abundance of uses.

“You can trace or Xerox the pattern so you can use the book over and over again. Patterns range from very simple to more complex - depending on your expertise. This book contains Christmas and winter snowflakes. The snowflakes can be used for decorating your home, Christmas Tree, for parties or you can take the snowflakes you make and use them for scrapbook backgrounds, place mats, Christmas cards, toppers for presents, etc,” says Higham, who admits to going crazy after finally cracking the secret to creating the perfect paper snowflake.

Continuing, “There is no end of things you can use them for. It’s also a fun activity for families and great for helping children to learn how to use scissors and learn coordination with their hands. If you really want to be creative use scrapbook paper, Christmas wrap, foil etc. to make your snowflakes or get out the glitter and really make them sparkle.”

Since its release, the book has attracted a consistent string of rave reviews.

“If you, like many, enjoy a good "Christmas in July" celebration, this is the perfect book for creating some inexpensive holiday decorations. 75 patterns! 2 pages of instructions. Fun, fun, fun,” says Alyice, who reviewed the book on Amazon.

Janet was equally as impressed, adding, “The designs are beautiful and quite simple too. Having a sharp pair of scissors is the only tool you require. I would strongly recommend this book.”

‘Snowflakes: Creative Paper Cutouts’ is available now: http://www.allseasonsnowflakes.com. Wholesale orders can be purchased from Gibbs Smith Publishers. Call 1-800-213-3023.

Interested parties are also urged to check out the author’s previous book, ‘Snowflakes for All Seasons’.

The author lives in South Jordan, UT.