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Diamonds

An-Magritt created these diamonds from a 3D printable paper templates pattern created by Kate from Mini Eco.  You could add them atop a gift this holiday or to your tree. I would make a dozen diamonds and suspend them from an embroidery hoop to create a hanging installation. That’s just me.

Meg Allan Cole

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    These are actually originally from Kate at Mini Eco:

    http://www.minieco.co.uk/3d-paper-diamonds/

    1. Thank you for catching that Nina, I will change that right now. Clearly I need to work on my Norwegian:)

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