This is made by cutting 2 strips of 12"cardstock whatever width you want. Just remember that when you're finished, it will be double that height when arranged into a circle so keep that in mind when designing. I then used a punch along the long edge all the way down one side of the both strips. The next step was to score the strips horizontally. Your scores will go from the unpunched top of the edge of the strip to the punched edge of the strip every 1/4". Once both strips are scored, attach them to each other with adhesive to make one long strip and start folding the scores marks into a fan shape. When I was done with that, on the unpunched edge of the strip I added adhesive to the front and back of that edge and started folding (which helped keep it together) until I ended up with a circular shape as shown and attach where the ends meet to create a circle. To keep it flat and in place I added I a large circle (smaller than my image) that I ran through my Xyron. I added these circles in the center on the front and back of the circle to hold it in place temporarily until I added the colored image. I prefer adhesive to glue as it holds quicker and better and isn't as messy. After coloring the stamped digi, I cut it out and added ribbon pleats to the back. I used adhesive on the ribbon to hold it as I attached the ribbon pleats to the back of the colored image. The last step was to adhere the stamped image circle to the the scored circle fan and attach a ribbon hanger on the top. This was a lot of fun and would be great fun to do with kids too. You can decorate both sides, which makes them great for window decorations or ornaments. I love to accent mine with a glitter pen to give it a little bit of bling.
There's a really cute hot chocolate digi at Squigglefly that would be adorable on a cellophane baggie filled with hot cocoa fixings and one of this fans with that digi stamp. The possibilities are endless. Wishing you much Scrappiness!