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#11 Beach Bride 80

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    Posted 24 October 2008 - 10:05 PM

    Here is a template for a paddle style fan. I am actually using a bamboo stick instead of a craft stick to attach the program to.

     

     

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    #12 DLyteful

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      Posted 25 October 2008 - 02:07 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by Beach Bride 80
      Here is a template for a paddle style fan. I am actually using a bamboo stick instead of a craft stick to attach the program to.
      How are you attaching the stick to the program? Just curious.

      #13 Beach Bride 80

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        Posted 26 October 2008 - 05:42 AM

        [QUOTE][How are you attaching the stick to the program? Just curious. /QUOTE]
        I plan on cutting a small notch in the stick and then hot glueing the cardstock in the notch. I think it should work, I haven't tried it yet.

        #14 Beach Bride 80

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          Posted 26 October 2008 - 05:43 AM

          I plan on cutting a small notch in the stick and then hot glueing the cardstock in the notch. I think it should work, I haven't tried it yet

          #15 Tracy

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            Posted 26 October 2008 - 09:36 AM

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            Originally Posted by Wisco4
            Are you talking about the paper ones that you make with your program info on them? If so, I've been looking for a template or design for those as well.
            I'll try to do a search today.
            I have seen regular rectanglular heavy cardstock ones glued to a wooden handle those seem easy enough.
            That is how I made mine - 2 pices of heavy paper with a fan stick in the center, then I glued a starfish to it. Program is on the front/back. They turned out pretty good, and took about 6 hours. I saw people online that could make them for $2-3/fan, but I wanted to do it myself, and it ended up costing much less.




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