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    Have a look here Linda
    http://paperpleasing.typepad.com/my_...gone-live.html

    there is a video tutorial showing how to make them, plus you can make this version by cutting into the edge and stopping before the end.
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    Monica, the card and decorations are wonderful. I love your photography too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittypuss View Post
    Have a look here Linda
    http://paperpleasing.typepad.com/my_...gone-live.html

    there is a video tutorial showing how to make them, plus you can make this version by cutting into the edge and stopping before the end.
    Thanks Kim love your altered paint tins by the way

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    That's a great tutorial, but not how I was taught to do it as a child. I use 3 x ~4" squares (and looking at the pattern distribution of Passionflower's I think that she does it the same way). I will try to post a tutorial sometime if it is wanted (but I'm busy tonight), it's very simple though.

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    Wow Monica, fab work as per usual. Love that card!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fifi-T View Post
    That's a great tutorial, but not how I was taught to do it as a child. I use 3 x ~4" squares (and looking at the pattern distribution of Passionflower's I think that she does it the same way). I will try to post a tutorial sometime if it is wanted (but I'm busy tonight), it's very simple though.

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    Ooh please do Fi, I am trying to work it out using squares so an explanation would be so useful, thanks.
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    Fifi I know what you mean about the other way of doing it unfortunately I have made those from leftovers and had to do it concertina way, the ones you described give you a much better shape star tho and there s another way of doing them from one piece wich you cut and score they look very nice too, in fact if you ve got a SU catalog they have them in there
    Linda I remember doing those ornaments with my grandma as a little girl for our tree, so 35 years ago is very acurate I am now 33
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    It's funny I made them with my Grandad when I was little, he also taught me how to make a box, a boat and most importantly a big hat!

    A quick pictureless tutorial, see if it makes sense.

    Take a 4" square of card, fold in half diagonally and then unfold.

    Fold 2 opposing corners to the halfway fold to make a hex shape (or square with corners chopped off if you think of it that way).

    Fold this in half along the long diagonal fold, and then fold (to get a trapezium), and fold this in half along the long length and open out.

    Repeat twice more.

    Lay ontop of each other all in same orientation. Staple in middle.

    Open out and secure the rear edges (double sided tape looks better, but I used staples as a kid). The front edges are the long sides.

    I will post with photos late tonight or tomorrow.

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    Heres a couple of really simple ones I made with the Love Elsie Noel papers and some kraft bazzill
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    As promised a christmas star photo tutorial, never done this before, so I hope it makes sense. Let me know if not.

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    Last edited by Fifi-T; 11-12-2007 at 01:15 AM. Reason: I made an ooopsie

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    That's fab, thanks for doing that.
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    A very clear tutorial! Ta muchly.

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    thanks for sharing the tutorial

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    Great tutorial. Thanks
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    Here's a Christmas card at last. See more on the blog.



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