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stephanieflores (author)2012-04-17

I'm definitely not trying to be rude because my intentions are not like that, I was just wondering why it is that your cocktail umbrella isn't very.. er well put together? like the cardboard holders are a great idea and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE that you put this up because i've been searching hours to find this tutorial so I mean no disrespect. D:

I really do like the idea but it's a bit hard for me to follow because you're not very detailed with your descriptions or precise.

Please don't take offense. I may just be the slowest learner on the planet! :P

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sweetyarcher (author)2010-09-11

Awesome instructions! Just what I was looking for :) But I wanted to use it for the Lord Ganesh Festival where we use an umbrella as an accessory for the idol :) This is just fantastic... Thanks a lot!

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kevinvos (author)2010-08-05

why he don't work so good as a real one?

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porcupinemamma (author)2009-04-26

Lovely! God job1

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chile.limon (author)2009-03-30

cute!

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Zazu (author)2009-01-07

FINALLY.. like seriously .. this is great! one of my fave instructables ever.. maybe coz it has a special meaning for me!

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9ATICA (author)2009-01-03

These umbrellas are awesome. Do you happen to have the measurements of the cardboard you used?

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BrianKT (author)9ATICA2009-01-03

The strips I used were 4" long and 1/8" wide. But use whatever you think is appropriate.

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truovrld (author)2009-01-03

Aww... I miss read it... I was hoping for a full (human) sized 'cocktail' umbrella. Good Instructable, though.

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