A. A. Milne by Charlotte Guillain

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6. Cut two equal lengths of memory wire. 2 cm) extra. 7. Use the needle-nose pliers to form a loop on one end of each of the wire pieces. 8. Thread each wire with beads. 9. Use the needle nose pliers to form a loop on the other end of the wire. Trim off any excess wire. 10. Feed the beaded wire through one slit in the ankle hem, then the other. 11. Use the pliers to interlock the end-loops on the wire, then scoot the beaded loop back a few inches so the end-loops are concealed by fabric. 12. Repeat with second beaded loop on the other side of the purse.

2. Use the needle-nose pliers to form a loop on each end of the hanger piece. 3. 6 cm) piece of beading cord. 4. Thread the cord through one hole in a butDesigner: Kathryn Temple ton, center it on the cord, and thread the other end through the second hole. ) 5. Continue stacking buttons by threading the two lengths of cord through the holes in the buttons. 6. When you have reached the desired height, tie a double knot at the top of your stack. 7. Tie the stack to the loop on the hook end of the hanger piece.

Tuck one of the vellum pieces inside the other if you’re using two pieces. 5. Cut a small piece of cardstock into an oval, then decorate it with the symbol of your friend’s astrological sign. Glue it over the staple you placed in step 2 to serve as a flap. 6. Use a small hole punch to punch a hole in the spine (the narrow top fold) of the card stock. 7. Feed the cord or narrow ribbon through the hole and tie a knot so that it doesn’t slide through. 1. Using Figure 1 as a guide, cut a piece of cardstock and fold it along the lines indicated.

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