Miss La Sen is popular in boardgame, cartoon clips, comic book and specially Miss La Sen spring rolls. A Miss La Sen lotus pentagonal lantern is rather funny.
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Step 1: Download This Pattern for the First Layer and And the Bottom Bracket of the Lantern. Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
Step 2: Download This Pattern for the Second Layer of the Lantern and Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
You can cut the oval shape inside then glue the glass paper onto this layer or you can punch some small holes on it.
Step 3: Download This Pattern for the Miss La Sen Head Shape and Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
Step 4: Download This Pattern for the Lotus Shape and Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
Step 5: Cut Out the Bottom Bracket on the Green Thick Cardboard.
Step 6: Cut Out the First Layer of the Holder on the Green Thick Cardboard.
Step 7: Fold the Edges of the Bottom Bracket and the First Layer Like the Picture.
Step 8: Use the White Glue to Glue the 2 Ends of the First Layer Together.
Step 9: Glue the Bottom Bracket Onto the First Layer.
Step 10: Cut Out the Second Layer of the Holder on the Green Thick Cardboard.
Step 11: Glue the 2 Ends of the Layer 2 Together.
Step 12: Set the Layer 2 on the Layer 1.
Step 13: Glue 2 Layers Together.
Step 14: Punch Some Holes in Each Corners So That the Light Can Shine Through.
Step 15: Cut Out the Miss La Sen’s Head on the Art Paper.
Step 16: Cut the Headband on the Art Paper and Glue It Onto the Head.
Step 17: Cut the Bow, the 5 Petal-flower, Eyes, Cheeks, Mouth and Glue Them Like the Picture.
Step 18: Glue Miss La Sen’s Head Onto the Pentagon Lantern.
Step 19: Cut the 5 Petal Lotus on the Art Paper.
Step 20: Glue Each Petal Onto the Next Petal. Glue This Lotus Onto the Pentagon Lantern.
Step 21: You Can Insert the String to Hang It. Put the Small Electric Light in This Lantern. Done.
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