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I’m glad to see you’ve deleted the Mod-Podge step in this project. It wasn’t necessary.
Huh, neat little project. I’m always making stuff like duck tape and cardboard reclining chairs and giant grills from cutting & welding trash cans. I’m glad I at least found this before next Christmas :)
Can some email directions? I can only view the materials list
Sorry, Andrea. I don’t have the instructions and it looks like JOann deleted the instructions from their website. Basically, you just cut strips of paper, use a styrofoam cone, and fold paper strips into loops, and attach the strips to the cone using glue. Attach stickers or sequins to paper with glue. Hope that helps!