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    Free Tutorial for Lanterns Free Tutorial for Lanterns Presentation Transcript

    • When life gives you lemons, make lemonade When boxes come with holes,…
    • Make life brighter with a candle lit…
      • … hexagon shaped table lamp.
      • Add strings to make it a lantern to celebrate the mid-autumn festival, which falls on the 15th day of the 8th Chinese Lunar Calendar.
      • No interest to learn how to
      • make this?
    • Let me change your mind.
      • Find:
      • 1) a paper bag.
      • 2) a pair of scissors.
      • Ready to cut?
    • Be creative and turn… … this into that! Ready to learn?
    • What tools do you need?
    • A fruit box with holes on its sides.
    • Choose side of box to work with. Which side looks better? Back front
    • Check the edges.
      • Are there any bent or damaged areas?
      • Draw a line with a ruler and cut that off first to create straight edges on all sides.
    • Create 6 pieces of “H”.
      • Draw lines equidistant around each hole to form a “H”, as shown here.
      • Cut with scissors or blade and remove only one side of the centre flap.
      • Fold the other side of the flap downwards towards the back of the cardboard.
    • Line up all 6 “H” sides in a row. Face side down.
    • Join sides with cellophane tape. Top Centre and bottom Tape from the inside of lantern.
    • Join sides to form a circle.
      • The taped sides should be on the inside of lantern.
      • Stand lantern once all sides are taped together.
      • Bend the flap inwards towards the centre of lantern.
      • This form the holder for base of the lantern.
    • Create base of lantern.
      • Find a round object, example, a cover or plate, large enough to sit on the base holder.
      • This is a cover from a container of margarine I bought. It is a perfect size for my lantern.
      • Try to keep covers of food containers for craft projects.
    • Check for size.
      • Put the cover or plate onto the base of the lantern.
      • Make sure that it is large enough to hold the hexagon shape in place.
    • Cut out cupboard for base.
      • Place the cover or plate on another piece of cardboard.
      • Draw a circle around it.
      • I managed to find a cupboard with a circle already cut into it.
      • I placed the cover at its centre before I drew a circle.
      • Cut this circle out.
    • Place cut out base on top of flaps. Stick base to the sides with tape.
    • How lantern look from top. Candle holder is made of cut off top of a supplement bottle.
    • Prepare bottle for candle holder. Cut top off bottle. … to hold top of bottle. Cut circle on base large enough…
    • Insert top of bottle into base.
      • Picture here show base of
      • another lantern design.
      • Remove cap.
      • Cut the edge so that it is smooth and looks like a flower as shown here.
      • Push the opening into the hole.
      • Screw the cap back on.
    • How it look from bottom... … with cap screwed on.
    • Or place cap on top of “flower”. Drip some wax before placing candle.
    • Alternative placing of base.
      • You can also place the cut out base so that the flaps do not show when viewed from top.
      • Tape flaps to base to hold it in place.
    • Alternative base for candle. Cover from biscuits tin Egg carton lantern
    • Other designs with egg cartons.
    • Explore new ideas. Tied with rubber bands Tied with plastic strips.
    • Made from base for fruit box.
    • Woven from plastic bags.
    • So before you throw, find…
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