It doesn't seem likely, though, so I went back to my "making snowflakes" posts of December 2004 to find a link to Lookandfeel New Media's Make-A-Flake site. This is an on-line site for e-cutting e-paper into e-flakes. And I e-did.
I'm not sure whether or not this site has been maintained in the intervening years. The download your flake and e-mail your flake applications don't seem to be working (or maybe not with FireFox).
So I had to grab screenshots. which led me to notice a grammatical error that I'd missed in my younger days (of three years ago).
The site numbers the flakes that are made. According to the dialog-box that popped up when I was done, my flake was number 16409992. Or perhaps I myself am flake number 16409992. The box does say "You're flake #..."
And while I was taking a closer look at this site, I read the "be nice" small print to find:
Please help us keep the snowflakes clean. Report offensive snowflakes when you click the snowflake.I suppose it must be possible to cut a paper snowflake to resemble a naked person or something otherwise untoward. But I myself lack that creative talent.
I can cut spiny, sparkly snowflakes though. And all I need is to create about 3,485,824 more!