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  • Vintage paper baubles
    You’ll need
      • Christmas cards
      • Scissors
      • Protractor
      • PVA glue
      • Cord
      1. Cut twelve circles from old Christmas cards. Trim another circle from scrap card, use a protractor to mark it into five sections of 72 degrees each, cut from mark to mark to make a pentagon.

      2. Trace round the pentagon onto the back of each card circle, then score and fold along the lines. Glue the folded edges of the circles together, making a ball, using thick PVA for an instant bond. Before glueing the last few sides, slip a knotted cord inside the ball to hang. You could also fill these with sweet and treats before sealing.

     
     
    Vintage paper baubles
    You’ll need
      • Christmas cards
      • Scissors
      • Protractor
      • PVA glue
      • Cord
      1. Cut twelve circles from old Christmas cards. Trim another circle from scrap card, use a protractor to mark it into five sections of 72 degrees each, cut from mark to mark to make a pentagon.

      2. Trace round the pentagon onto the back of each card circle, then score and fold along the lines. Glue the folded edges of the circles together, making a ball, using thick PVA for an instant bond. Before glueing the last few sides, slip a knotted cord inside the ball to hang. You could also fill these with sweet and treats before sealing.