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Game of Thrones House Sigil Snowflakes: Paper Cuts are Coming

by Shane McGlaun
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I resisted watching any of Game of Thrones for a long time before getting bored a few weekends ago and firing up HBO on Demand. I am now hooked on the show and am dying to finish the first couple of seasons so I know everything that’s going on. If you are a fan of Game of Thrones with a steady hand and a sharp X-Acto, we have a papercraft project for you.

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A group of patterns has turned up for paper snowflakes made in eight house sigils from the Game of Thrones universe. The patterns are offered at no cost via artist Krystal Higgins and they are very cool. Some of them are very complex looking, particularly the Lannister snowflake. The Baratheon flake also looks very challenging with its intricate stag horns. The Targaryen snowflake looks like it’s ready to breathe fire.

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You can grab the patterns and instructions here. They’d all look great hanging on your wall.

[via Laughing Squid]

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