For some new beginners, the ASCII code inside the readme for Fancy pack can be challenging to understand. So I'm creating this list to hope that some of you out there will use it. DISCLAIMER:
I do not own or take any part of helping to create the use of Fancy pack; this purpose of a help topic is to help players understand the recipes for all of the crafting.
Try placing furniture pieces on top of each other or next to each other. It creates a large visual of effects.
Wood is used in these examples, but smooth stone, obsidian, gold ore, iron ore, logs, wooden planks, and netherrock can be used to make furniture. Unless said, these are the ingredients you can use.
Chairs are placed with their backs facing you.
4 slabs(Thin walk through walls):
***** Note: You must have canopy dyes to use these! This gets a little complicated as I don't have some of the correct smilies at hand, so substitutes will be added.
Dyes can be used for coloring patches of land, underground, underseas, or on land. It can't color everything; A few things you can color are cobblestone, smooth stone, and cloth. These dyes could be used for a complicated cave system, and YOUR way out by following the colors! That's my almost main use for them. That, and the fact that you can color ores. I color ores bright red so I can come back to it later.
6 strong dyes, 7 types to create:
(The stick is equal to a bowl)
Roses can be used with any flowers you find while using this pack. The column of flowers must be the same, on each side, although. For instance, if you put yellow flowers on the left and right, it creates yellow. Putting yellow flowers on the left or right and putting roses on the opposite column will create orange dye. Also, to make turquoise, you must put blue flowers on one side and green DYE on the other. This is the only substitute.
8 dark dyes, 7 types to create:
This is the same as last time, with the exception of a few things: You must have expanded farming.
You must have black flowers.
Using the same recipe as last time:
(Coal is a black flower, stick is a bowl again)
Expanded farming creates a world of different plants. Included in this plant mixture is the black flower. Put these where the coal is to create 8 dyes of darker dye. Again, it's the same as last time, putting whatever color you want except the black flowers make whatever color that turns out darker.
6 Black dyes:
This is a totally black dye. It creates a pure black, almost obsidian color.
(Coal is a black flower again)
Again, you must have expanded farming for the black flowers.
No crafting required. Smelt gravel in a furnace to create a road block! You move almost twice as fast while traveling on a road block.
  
(Gravel is a clay ball, raw from the block)
You need to bake this raw item in a furnace before you can place it! Once placed, you can put flowers, cacti, reeds, or just any grown plant on this and it will grow as if it were the correct soil! Cacti can now be grown side by side with this!
Cobblestone or cooked clay balls can be used. Cooked clay balls are just bricks, but not brick blocks.
These emit smoke. You can look safely up and down these, but no mobs or items can drop through. Ideal for visual effect.
  
(Bookshelves are paper, plain paper. Torches are torches.)
Paper lanterns have a visual effect. It's a modified torch; it doesn't give out any more light than a normal torch. Yet these have special qualities; they can be hung from the ceiling. Plus, they give off light, but no smoke or fire! Yay!
(Skeleton is a bone, obtained from skeletons using the Bony Skeletons addition; the red mushrooms is Redstone dust.)
Bone lanterns are like paper lanterns, but different. No wait, that's putting it too off: They have a different look, but they serve the exact same purpose. These can be hung from the ceiling again, they give off light, but no smoke or fire as explained in Paper Lanterns. Pretty much just a different look, if you like it better.
2 Metal chains:
2 Metal cages:
6 Metal fences:
  
  
Fancystone can be used for compact storage, because putting fancystone in a crafting slot will give you 4 smooth stone blocks back.
In alternative, you can use smooth stone, gold ignots, or iron ignots. Mossy cobblestone can also be used.
Hard to get alternatives
32 Ice blocks:
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Where feather is a snowball, and water is a bucket of water.
32 Mossy cobblestone blocks:
Where grey is fancystone, and water is a bucket of water.
In truth, it's worth it, because if you need to get rid of extra stone you can get rid of half a stack of smooth stone.
  
  
Each row is a new crafting item; they aren't together.
Redstone ore block:
Cheaper lightstone users:
Where gunpowder is lightstone dust. This is usually only effective to people who use cheaper lightstone because this produces 9 lightstone using it. Otherwise, it's just another chunk o' lightstone.
Plants and food
Where the top row of mushrooms are "Mushroom seeds 1" and the second row is "Mushroom seeds 2"
(Mushroom seeds are explained a few, maybe many recipes below)
Also, seeds are seeds and if you remember from the dyes, the stick is a bowl.
--The hybrid seed can plant black flowers! Now these seeds will not wilt or die in sunlight, but they only grow in... MOONLIGHT *Gasp*
Pumpkin pie, heals 8 hearts:
Whereas stairs is a milk bucket; the diamond block is a pumpkin and the stick is a bowl.
Useful on the go, because you don't have to bake it. It heals 8 hearts raw, and you can't bake it.
Can only be crafted with Expanded farming installed.
Cheaper golden apples:
NOTE: Goldbars are with use only if you have cheaper golden apples installed! Otherwise, use normal golden blocks!
Whereas brick is a regular apple.
For use only with the Fancy Breadstacks. The dough must be baked in a furnace, then it becomes stackable bread! The stacks go up to a maximum of 8.
Mushroom seeds, pumpkin seeds, flower seeds:
You must have Expanded farming installed to use this mod. Right click a flower, pumpkin, or mushroom with a hoe equipped to gather the seeds!
Whereas a stick is leather.
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