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The first thing you have to do is make sure the Powerpoint pentagon and hexagon have equal sides, this is an adjustment on Powerpoint. Then you can start making them bigger. But the 5.8 inch size is too big to fit on one sheet of paper so I had to combine 2 or 3 pages with tape to get the whole shape. You could probably downsize a little as there was a little more room than I expected. Try this as easier approach (but enlarge to your size):http://www.math-salamanders.com/shapes-for-kids.html
I probably have my paper cutting guides and I definitely have a bunch of shapes...so I would be glad to send you a paper cutting guide in the mail.
PS- Are you thinking of using the GE iTwinkle Lights like I did? I have not made it to Home Depot or Costco to see if they are carrying the item this year. Hope so, I want to make a new design.
Good idea...could you use one of those iPhone white square plug-ins to a wall socket, and then run a USB plug over?
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