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I have this thing about fans… The vintage ones! I needed one for a project I’m working on, but couldn’t find them anywhere so I made my own template for the Gazelle. Those of you who use this can e-mail me at 060.615249@telia.com and I’ll send you the template. Otherwise, you’ll have to use the .jpg-file below.

fantemplateI have made the parts approx 4″ (10 cm) high, and have used 8 or 9 parts for each fan. Cut them in patterned paper or cardstock to decorate yourself. I used plain white CS for mine, inked, stamped and embossed and this is what I came up with:

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Put a brad through the hole to hold the parts together, and if you want you can thread a ribbon through the slits, like I did:

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Thread ribbon up through slit no 1 on the part furthest back, down through slit no 2 and up through slit no 3 and continue through slit no 1 on the second part. Spread the fan as you like it to be when you have gone through all the parts, attach the ribbon ends on the back.

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Finished!

Products used: White CS, stamps from Pysselmyran and Autumn Leaves, Distress Inks and Embossing Powder from Ranger, Staz-On stamp pad. Ribbon from stash.

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