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The first step to create a mini Tanabata fukinagashi decoration made with tissue paper flowers, foil streamers, and other materials for assemblage.

Directions for this step:

Gather 5 sheets of the tissue paper.

See "How to Make Your Own Tanabata Decoration" album collection for the entire set of directions.

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This is one of the steps for a craft activity created by Discover Nikkei staff at the Japanese American National Museum for a Tanabata Workshop as part of the Museum's 10th Anniversary of the Pavilion Open House event on June 20, 2009. The how-to instructions for these mini-fukinagashi are courtesy of Vicky Murakami-Tsuda.

ylkawashima — Last modified Nov 29 2011 4:23 p.m.


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