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Christmas tree fans


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Decorate your Christmas tree with paper fans. Impress your guests with a unique decoration.

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You will need:

Difficulty level: .

  • Drying time: 24 hours
  • Time to make: 4 hours
  • Difficulty: medium - age 7 and up with the help of an adult
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Step 1: Cutting Fan Shapes

  • Choose sheets of cardboard in different colours for a variety of fans.
  • Using the scissors, cut out fan shapes from the cardboard sheets.
  • Vary the sizes and colours to create a variety of looks.
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Step 2: Applying the Gold Leaf

  • Using the brush, gently apply glue to the edges of the fans.
  • Gently place pieces of gold leaf on the glue. Press lightly to adhere.
  • Arrange the fans artistically and glue them together to create a harmonious whole.
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Step 3: Admire your creation

  • Tie a thread or string to the end of the fan so you can hang them.
  • Use the strings to hang your decorative fans on the Christmas tree.
  • Step back and admire your Christmas tree, beautifully decorated with unique fans.

This simple tutorial will add a touch of elegance and creativity to your Christmas tree. Have fun!

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