I made a simplified version of my skull scareflake that you can make for yourself with a printer, paper and some scissors. Basically you will fold up a printed sheet and cut along the gray lines. You need to be close to the lines but don’t worry about being totally exact. Ready? Let’s go!
That is not a blank space up there! I used light gray lines so that they won’t show through the back of your finished paper. This first file is the one you need to print out. Download it to your computer and then print it at full size onto a piece of letter sized paper.
Get your printout and scissors ready.
Fold your paper in half the long way. Make sure your edges meet evenly and that the gray lines are on the outside of the paper.
Now fold the paper in half vertically. Again, make sure the gray lines are on the outside of the folded paper.
Here’s the last fold. Fold the bottom short edge so that it meets the longer side edge at a 45 degree angle. The picture shows this better than I can explain it.
Start cutting along the printed gray lines.
Cut out the eye-hole last. Just cut straight along the gray line and work your way around the circular part.
Unfold the finished piece.
You did it! Now make some more.