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Step 1 We have chosen what to make as a surprise for Christmas. We have chosen what to make as a surprise for Christmas. Something spectacular and nice. Something spectacular and nice.
Step 2 The most liked shapes are the angel and the pine tree. The most liked shapes are the angel and the pine tree. We have chosen these ones. We have chosen these ones.
Step 3 Drawing the pattern and the folds of the lantern. Drawing the pattern and the folds of the lantern.
Step 4 Drawing the shape with a crayon. Drawing the shape with a crayon. Cutting out the shapes. Cutting out the shapes.
Step 5 Cutting out rectangular shapes from a nice piece of wrapping paper. Cutting out rectangular shapes from a nice piece of wrapping paper.
Step 6 Sticking the rectangulars on the holes. Sticking the rectangulars on the holes.
And finally... …we switched off the light and sang Christmas carols by the light of our lanterns. …we switched off the light and sang Christmas carols by the light of our lanterns.
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