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  • Boxes with New Year decorations

    Christmas's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Newyear's Eve, Paper crafts, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentboxes with new year decorations

    The most common wooden caskets in the hands of a talented artist BlushingPeach become a smart, admirable things. The wizard uses several techniques for decorating caskets - decoupage, Laminated PVC fabric collage. Inside each box with a cloth and glued to each author put a beautiful designer piece of paper on which the calligraphy written congratulatory poems.   Each box attached legs that can be purchased in furniture or hardware stores. Besides fabric, the author uses ribbons, lace, brooches, chains, crystals, beautiful hinges and locks. This completes the decoration of a collage of artificial fir, painted

  • crafts for kids printables

    Origami, Paper crafts, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentcrafts for kids printables

    For gifts, little idea, boxes

  • recycling cardboard boxes

    Green crafts, Origami, Paper crafts, Recycle, Scrapbooking, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentrecycling cardboard boxes

    Boxes of cardboard , But here you can download the user guide for the production of boxes: User , But here you can download the instructions for making: instruction

  • Gift boxes.

    Cards, Making cards, Origami, Other crafts, Paper crafts, Scrapbooking, Video, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentgift boxes.

    Boxes of postcards Video, anyone interested:

  • Fold Origami Boxes

    Origami, Paper crafts, Wrapping and Packaging  |  1 Commentfold origami boxes

    The ancient art of paperfolding originated in China in the first or second century A.D., and by the sixth century, it had reached Japan. At first, paperfolding was practiced only by the wealthy, because most people couldn't afford to buy paper. The material was scarce in those times, but by the 1300's, it was plentiful. Paper became available to everyone, so more and more people began making what the Japanese called origami (ori means to fold, and gami means paper). At the same time the Japanese were practicing this art form,

  • Boxes with their hands out of orange peel …

    Green crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentboxes with their hands out of orange peel …

    Recycling waste: Want to impress a girlfriend unusual gift? Then look Masterclass on making boxes with their hands out orange peel. Fortunately, now the oranges are very useful - during the spring then avitominoze, because the material for the manufacture can be found without difficulty. Not only can you use oranges, and lemons. To produce a box with his hands will need: - Any citrus fruit, for example, shows the orange; - Glass or plastic cups or cans, these tanks will be used to shape the skin, it is necessary that one was diamertrom

  • Making a box for gift tutorial

    Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentmaking a box for gift tutorial

    The idea of ​​such boxes is not new and I do not claim copyrights. Such boxes for gifts, I saw many foreign masters and decided to try to do too similar. For the manufacture of such boxes we potrebuyutya following materials and tools: paper - it can be paper, watercolors, pastels, dense skrapbumaga - one condition she must not be too hard or too thin, in my example, I use a sheet of A4 paper if you use scrap paper size 30 * 30, then the top and bottom need to make indents

  • Making a stencil for the boxes tutorial

    Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentmaking a stencil for the boxes tutorial

    After the eye came across an article on making boxes, I saw them live at the store, wondered how to get the template, because that is what was presented in the store was expensive and was very limited in size.Thus, for this we need: Paper, from which you will make a box, a blank sheet of paper (A4), compasses, scissors, ruler and a writing instrument. In this case I did on milimitrovke and drew a stick, but in life you can use a pen or a book filled with tools for stamping,

  • how to making boxes

    Cutting paper, Scrapbooking  |  0 Commenthow to making boxes

    For the work we need: 5 jars, fabric, lace, ribbons, glue, scissors, cardboard Cut a rectangle of cloth to cover the outside of the jar. Cut a circle of cardboard with a diameter of jars, paste in at the bottom of the jar. Then cut a small rectangle of another fabric and secure inside the jar. Next, cut 2 circles out of cardboard (20cm in diameter) is everyone has the size, look at their bottles. And to cut a rectangle (13 cm long and 4 cm in width)

  • Easter twist made of newspaper

    Easter's day, Recycle  |  1 Commenteaster twist made of newspaper

    2. So let's begin. We need the newspaper, glue, needle, scissors and a desire to learn to weave 3. paper cut into 4 strips, these strips will twist our tubes. 4. here at such an angle starting to twist the tube, then they are obtained by long and thin. 5. the tip of the tube glue 6. Our tubes are ready, begin to weave 7. I begin this basket weave that's way 4-4x3-3, it will be our basis (the more tubes you will be at the base, the more in diameter, you'll get our braid. In the first photo of 5-5x6-6) 8. Now

  • Newspaper Recycling – Weaving a square (rectangular) boxes

    Recycle  |  0 Commentnewspaper recycling – weaving a square (rectangular) boxes

    I'll try to put photos, as I do the box from A to Z. All this I found in the vast of the Internet.Where exactly, I can not list, both here and in manual work, and the Czech and Polish sites. (All thanks a lot!) Somewhere, as do the bottom, where some bumpers, weaving, cap. My only point-18-two ducts at the corners (not yet met in the internet, or have not noticed, were doing at the corners of one tube), but do not claim authorship, may still find a similar,