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  • Ornament wreath: paper craft

    Cards, Christmas's day, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Origami, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentornament wreath: paper craft

    This wreath is assembled from identical modules, stacked in the art of origami. To add modules, take a few squares of side 8-10 cm Start with the basic form of the Water bombs . Fold top corner to the middle. Repeat on the other side. Bend forward angle of the lower layer so that it covered half of the upper triangle. Repeat on the other side. In the upper layer of each formed workpiece 4 pockets. The sharp end of workpiece can be inserted into any of the other pockets of the same parts.     So you

  • Gift presents: Simple Braided Headband Tutorial!

    Hair  |  0 Commentgift presents: simple braided headband tutorial!

    I love to look at fancy, frilly things, but when it comes to wearability I almost always go with something simple. Something like this! It's super-duper easy to make. And no sewing! (Another hot dog!) Start by cut some scrap leather or vinyl into three 1/4"x25" strips Pin them down and braid until you have enough to cover your headband. Tie off one end with a knot, snip any extra material and put a dot of hot glue to hold the knot. Tuck the end of a small plastic headband (Dollar Tree, 4/$1) into (the

  • Ornament craft: Easy Paper Punch Snowflakes

    Christmas's day, Cutting paper, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Kirigami, Making flower, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentornament craft: easy paper punch snowflakes

    My kids watched a cartoon in which the characters made paper snowflakes, and they immediately wanted to make their own. (I think we got started on paper airplanes this same way). At two and four, they aren’t the most skilled at scissor cutting, so I put together this very simple craft as an alternative. What You’ll Need for Easy Paper Punch Snowflakes Round Coffee Filters, Cupcake Liners or Plain Paper (I like coffee filters because they are thin but very strong) An assortment of paper punches in simple shapes Instructions for Easy Paper

  • Photo crafts ideas: sewing paper bag

    Paper crafts, Sewing  |  0 Commentphoto crafts ideas: sewing paper bag

    What you need: Scissors Tissue paper of varying colors 11×14″ canvas (or whatever size you want) ruler or yard stick Martha Stewart glitter foam brush Mod Podge sewing Machine coordinating ribbon   First take 2 sheets each of tissue paper (have to use two sheets, just using one sheet is too thin and you won’t be able to sew)- measure 3 inches and draw a line using your yard stick. Easiest/quickest way is to lay all the colors on top of each other, make one line and cut along it. It doesn’t have to be perfect, as you will trim later. After

  • Online flower: learn to make roses

    Cutting paper, Holiday & seasonal crafts, Making flower, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentonline flower: learn to make roses

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  • Journal: Paper Craft.

    Books, Cards, Kirigami, Other crafts, Quilling paper  |  0 Commentjournal: paper craft.

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  • Paper albums

    Cards, Paper crafts, Scrapbooking, Sewing  |  0 Commentpaper albums

    This master-class on making mini-albomchika asked for it to my sister.So this is the MC for one person. Scrap album with secret pockets For the manufacture of the mini-album to 3 sheets of paper, the best way: A 16 by 21 cm (for internal pages) - 2 pieces: A 16 by 21.2 cm (cover) - 1 piece. We have chosen here is the paper in a vintage style:   Next you need to carefully lay down on the long side into those blanks, which are intended for internal pages.For ironing the fold, I use a plastic knife

  • Notepad from scratch

    Paper crafts, Scrapbooking  |  0 Commentnotepad from scratch

  • Charm of the black cardboard. Paper art by Joe Bagley (Joe Bagley)

    Cutting paper, Green crafts, Kirigami, Paper crafts, Recycle  |  0 Commentcharm of the black cardboard. paper art by joe bagley (joe bagley)

    Despite the fact that Joe Bagley archaeologist by training, he decided to devote himself does not specifically written in the diploma, and hobbies, who devoted all his spare time. Now the young man spends his free time on something else, as a hobby has become a favorite work, which brings not only pleasure but also a lot of money. And it creates these exquisite silhouettes, just armed with scissors and black paper :-)  

  • Baby making toy: Paper cupcakes tutorial

    Paper crafts, Wrapping and Packaging  |  0 Commentbaby making toy: paper cupcakes tutorial

    Recycling paper: Yes, yes, paper and so beautiful! They can decorate any table! First, we admire, and then the master: Looking for a nice piece of paper in the bins (plump) or raided the store. Still need scissors, needle and thread and glue! Now - to create! The principle is simple and done quickly!

  • Pop Up Card Tutorial : easy to make

    Cards, Cutting paper, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentpop up card tutorial : easy to make

    V fold The most basic, 45 degree angle, V fold. Fold your paper in half. Draw a square with one side on the fold. Cut along the solid black line.   Fold and unfold along the dotted line to set the foldline. Push out the pop up from the back. This way, it looks like a vase or a spout or a bottom lip. Turned upside down it resembles a tree, or a skirt, a hat, a beak. Sideways it could be a megaphone or a telescope. The V fold is actually a box with one short side

  • Pop Up Card Tutorial Medium level

    Cards, Cutting paper, Paper crafts  |  0 Commentpop up card tutorial medium level

    Box Variation In Lesson 1 we cut rectangular boxes on the card fold. The pop out piece created by this cut has two identical faces. Viewed from the side the pop out piece and the card form a square. Lesson 2 is a variation in which the pop out piece faces are not identical. Viewed from the side the pop out and the card form a rectangle.   Some basics. Green lines denote mountain folds. (Mountain folds form an upside down V). Red lines are valley folds (Valley folds form a right-side-up V). Green and red lines should