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Star Lantern Tutorial and Pine Cone Christmas Tree

Candle with star tools

Instructions for the Star Lanterns in the yesterday’s post can be found on Guusje’s Appletaart blog.

A great video tutorial on making star lanterns can be seen here:

Also, the instructions for the Pine Cone Christmas Tree in the previous post can be found in the Living Crafts Winter 2010 issue.

Living Crafts Winter 2010 Cover

Both projects are pictured here along with the candle craft.


Posted by Living Crafts on Dec 18, 2010 06:40 AM | 22 Comments

22 Responses to “Star Lantern Tutorial and Pine Cone Christmas Tree”

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  4. Robin says:

    Thanks for the star lantern link. I was hoping instructions would be posted. The 5 year subscription is an amazing gift! Keep up the lovely work…please.

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  9. Kristin W says:

    Thank you for the star lantern tutorial link. We will be making these tomorrow!

    • Living Crafts says:

      You are welcome Kristin. My dd used rice paper that is used for gift wraps, in color yellow. the lighting the comes through it is very magical. the other ones are thinner watercolor paper with watercolor painting on it, and AFTER you make them brush them with olive oil. SO lovely. we’re making more for Christmas Eve! blessings, pardis

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