Easter day origami
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Have you been like me and just loved on those adorable fabric roses and wanted to make some of your own? Well today wait no
Paper flowers (MC)We will need:- Corrugated paper- Scissors- White floral tape- White floral wire- Glue- Small beadsInstructions:1.Cut a strip of paper about 4-5 inches (10-13
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I like sea shell flower scarves. Nice pattern and made special by beads.
Beading color flower for jewelry and...For work, we need ordinary polyester thread, bead needle (and preferably several, as they quickly break down), glass-cutting of multiple
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Can a tropical island located in the usual German village between Berlin and Dresden? Yes, easily! Moreover, this has really exists, and no one is not particularly
I love jewelry- a lot. I rarely wear it (only on Sundays) and I have tacky 90 year old grandma pretty funky taste so I feel guilty
How to make bow and felt flower
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You will need: A4 sheets of paperScissors Paper Clips What to do
These bring back fond memories from when I was young and I and my children have had a great time making them together. They are really easy, and kids of all ages can have loads of laughs inventing funny, cryptic or cheeky sayings to write as fortunes. They are a quick and fun way to spend a rainy afternoon. You will need:Paper or thin cardRuler and pencilScissors Bone folder Coloured pencils or coloured paper & gluePen/pencil What to do1. You
You won't be surprised to hear that I'm very often in charge of centerpieces at our women's Rosh Chodesh gatherings. Fortunately the event hall is right next to my house, so after all the hours of effort, at least I don't have to shlep my creations very far. And you won't be surprised to hear that I do centerpieces for pennies, (whoops the currency here would be agarot, silly me) or at least I try!My latest idea was to
You may have a hard time believing that I actually used these pink and gold flowers for Bar Mitzvah centerpieces last week, but I did! As I always say, who says pink is just for girls? And since the only other alternative to the pink paper was a tacky dark green, well, I think you'll understand why I went with the pink! And I should mention that I actually thought the paper was something closer
Love these? Me too! I'm sure someone else in the world has come up with the same thing, but I was not looking at their idea when I made these. They're another fun result of sitting down at the dining room table with paper circles! And the good news is you really don't need any special supplies! As I mentioned with yesterday's paper ornaments, don't be afraid to
Over the weekend I've been working on more Christmas ornaments. Above is a picture of the results, Origami Glitter Cranes. I've had this idea for awhile now but just finally got a chance to test it out. The craft came out just as I envisioned (love when that happens). The cranes are surprisingly quite elegant considering they're made with paper, glitter and glue. Supplies:Gold and
written by Heather WatterworthNot only are these paper lanterns incredibly easy to make, they look a little like modern pumpkins and gourds.Grouped together – as spotted on designer/crafter Elise Blaha – they’re also a perfect way to decorate for a casual Thanksgiving dinner. Use a variety of paper in fall colours, or mix it up with metallic or patterned papers in harvest hues.I am not sure what to call these guys. I am totally in love with them though.This fall
Remember lucky stars? You would make hundreds of them to fill a jar and give them to your friends. Why not reuse this simple craft for other things. Fill small gift boxes with them instead of tissue. This looks great for small things like jewelry. Use the stars for embellishments on cards. I made gift tags (pictured above) out of the paper one uses to make the stars. The paper comes in all kinds of great prints and phrases.
I was looking through the new Pottery Barn (PB) catalog when I stumbled upon something that looked very familiar, paper stars. And they weren't just any paper stars but over sized lucky stars. Did anyone else catch that? Every year PB comes out with something to fill their vases and apothecary jars. This year one of the fillers was over-sized lucky stars.Some of you might remember I wrote a tutorial for basic lucky stars long ago. So, I'm resurrecting
Summer Kid Crafts: Make a Crazy Paper Thing I wanted to show you my own video of how to make this but then I realized that the video I saw was good enough. Why try and go beyond what has already been done? If you're looking for a way to entertain this is one of the easier and better origami projects out there and it's a good boredom buster