On Vesak day, people make many Vesak lanterns to celebrate the Buddha's birthday. You can make a Vesak Sri Lanka lantern to celebrate this day.Miss La Sen is a fictional character in cartoon clips, comic books, Spring rolls...
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Step 1: Download This Pattern for the Lantern Shape and Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
Step 2: Download This Pattern for the Miss La Sen Shape and Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
Step 3: Download This Pattern for the Bottom Bracket and Print It Out in A4 Size Paper.
Step 4: Cut the Lantern Shape on the Cardboard.
Step 5: Cut Out the Pieces of Glass Paper and Glue Them Onto the Windows Inside of the Lanterns.
Step 6: The Arrangement for 4 Pieces of the Lantern to Glue Them Together.
Step 7: Glue 4 Pieces of the Lantern Like the Picture.
Step 8: Fold the 2 Trapezoids at the Bottom and the Top of Each Piece Inside Like the Picture.
There are the slits when you glue 2 pieces together. You can use the ribbon to cover on the surrounds outside the glass paper windows. The lantern looks more beautiful.
Step 9: Cut Out the Square for the Bottom Bracket. You Can Put the Candle on This Place.
Step 10: Cut Out the Miss La Sen Head
Step 11: Cut the Headband and Flower Glue It Like the Picture.
Step 12: Cut the Bow and Glue It Onto the Headband.
Step 13: Cut the Dress.
Step 14: Glue the Head Onto the Dress. Then Glue the Shoes, Arms Onto the Dress.
Step 15: Glue Miss La Sen Onto the Lantern. You Can Make the Tassels to Hang Under the Bottom. Poke the String at the Top to Hang It.
Step 16: For More Simple Lantern, You Can Use the Pattern. Cut Down the Square, Then Cut the Rhombus
Glue the rhombus on the square. Then cut the oval shapes on the rhombus, glue the glass paper on the oval shapes.