3d Paper Ornaments

Make a timeless and elegant paper ornament.

This craft is proudly presented by a CT English Middle School student.

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Directions:

Grab your paper (3 different shades to make it more pretty).

For the width of the first strip  measure out 1.25 inches.

The height of the first strip is 10 inches.

Cut 2 and it should turn out looking like this.

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The width of the second strip is 1.25 inches.

The height of the second strip is 7 inches.

Cut 2 and it should turn out looking like this.

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For the third and final strip, the width is also 1.25 inches.

The height of the third strip is 5 inches.

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Cut only 1 and it should turn out looking like this.

(i cut it a little bit to thick in this one but you get the gist)

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Stack up the paper so that all of the ends line up on one end and pretend it is like a sandwich with the small in the middle, middle-sized on the outside of that, and the big being the bread on the outside.

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Then staple that end with all of the edges lined up on that side.

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Hole punch the side that was stapled and pull a piece of string through.

 That will be the way you hang your ornament on the tree.

Then take the other sides and line them up and staple them. I you want you can add a hole punch to the bottom so you can hang a tassel or something else fun.

You are done! Congrats now you have a beautiful ornament on the tree!

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Presented by:  CT English LEO Student

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