Introduction: Miss La Sen 8 Petal-lotus Lantern
You can make these lanterns for the Buddhist festivals, lunar new year, Chinese festivals...etc
Step 1: Download This Pattern for the 4 Big Petals and Print It Out in A3 Size Paper.
Step 2: Download This Pattern for the 4 Small Petals and Print It Out in A3 Size Paper.
Step 3: Download This Pattern for Miss La Sen Shape and Print It Out in A3 Size Paper.
Step 4: Cut the Big 4 Petal Pattern and the Small One on the Foam.
Step 5: Use the Glue –gun to Glue the Arrow Tabs Onto the Next Petal.
Step 6: Use the Glue –gun to Glue the Arrow Tabs Onto the Next Petal on the Small One.
Step 7: Cut the Oval Shapes on the Big Petals to Glue the Glass Paper and Shine the Light.
Step 8: Cut and Glue the Glass Paper Onto the Big Petals.
Step 9: Cut the Miss La Sen’s Head Elements
Step 10: Glue the Elements Onto the Head
Step 11: Cut the Octagon to Poke the 4 Small Petals Onto
Step 12: Put the Yellow Petals in the Violet Petals and Punch 4 Holes on the Yellow Petals
to poke the octagon onto the yellow petals.
Step 13: Poke the Arrow Tabs on the Octagon Onto the 4 Yellow Petals. Punch a Hole in the Center of the Octagon to Insert the String to Hang.
Step 14: Insert the Small Electric Light on the Top of the Lantern.
Punch the holes on the bottom of the lantern to add the fabric string and poke Miss La Sen's head
Step 15: Done. You Have the Miss La Sen 8 Petal-lotus Lantern to Hang on the Festivals.
Step 16: If You Want to Make More Plump Petals, You Can Use This Pattern for the First Layer. Print It in A3 Size Paper.
Step 17: Download This Pattern for the Second Layer. Punch 4 Holes at the Top of Each Petal to Tie String Together
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