Because it is winter. Because Christmas is coming. Because it is snowing...
Flitting spots of white
Lighting on dead flower stalks:
Winter’s butterflies. / "Snowflakes" by Susan Gundlach /
There are lots of tools, I tested just some of them. It was a pleasant and creative process and the only problem with some tools was the lack of the saving or downloading feature. If you really want to save your snowflake, make a screenshot.
This would be a great activity for younger students. A teacher can make a competition for the most beautiful snowflake and ask them to vote online for the best or put them on the class blog. Students can make and send a virtual postcard with their snowflake.
Cut and enjoy! This website lets you download your flake.
The website is designed for kids, so it's safe and friendly.
Snowdays Snowflake generator
Easy to control your creative process because you can see a real-time preview of the flake you are cutting.
A beautifully designed site.
Create a snowflake
When the flake is ready, you can make it rotate in 2D or 3D and just admire its beauty.