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Easter day origami
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
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Tutorial: Newspaper Hat By Liz Goulet Dubois What You’ll Need:newspaper page tapedecorations How to Make It:
When I bought something at a store recently, the clerk handed me my purchase in a bag made from a newspaper. I liked it very much and had to make some more—thus today's DIY recycled newspaper project: gift bags made from the Wall Street Journal. You can vary the dimensions, of course, but here's what I used to create a bag that's 5" tall, 4.5" wide, and 3" deep.Stack two sheets of newspaper on top of each other. This will
Here is a very helpful tutorial that I used in making my own Kusudama flowers The Japanese word kusudama comes from two Japanese words kusuri (Medicine) and tama (Ball) They were often used with incense of potpourri. These days they are used more as decorative gifts.Kusudama origami flowers are generally assembled into a large spherical shape. In today’s lesson we will be making a single flower. If you make another 11 of these, you can assemble them into a traditional
We had a special dinner over at my in-laws house to celebrate Girl's Day last week. Included in the table setting was a cute toothpick pouch. Of course, the crafty part of me had to dissect the item to see how it was made. It turned out to be a very simple fold so I thought I would share it with you guys. Directions below.*doll instruction not includedSupplies3 1/2 x 5" washi or origami paperoptional - embellishmentsClick on image for a larger
We've had a lot of interest in a tutorial for the woven star. Thank you all for your sweet comments about these.This star is made from vintage book pages. Traditionally, this type of ornament would be made from reed, though lots of crafters like to use cardboard. I think folded paper works really well -- it's more flexible than cardboard, but has enough body to hold it's shape well.To make your own star, locate a supply of paper. You
fabric cootie catchers to hang as a mobile or garland. First I’ll review how to make the cootie catchers, then I’ll show you how to make the mobile and garland. MaterialsCotton fabric (dimensions to come)Fusible webbing such as Steam-A-Seam or Heat-n-BondRotary cutter/self-healing cutting mat, or scissorsRulerFabric Stiffener (such as Aileen’s Stiffen Quick that comes in a spray bottle)Not pictured: IronOptional: Sewing machine and contrasting thread, depending on what kind of fusible webbing you use (some don’t require stitching after fusing, some do),
You will need:A4 sheets of paperWhat to doThe Ultimate1. Lay the A4 sheet of paper in front of you portrait way up.2. Take the 2 top corners and fold into the middle so they meet and at the same time make a point at the top (arrow shape), flatten the folds.3. Fold the point back on itself towards you the length of the arrow point and press the fold.4. Fold the point that is facing you over so that it
You will need:What to doThe Sweptback Wing1. Fold the short edge to meet the long edge and crease. Carefully cut off the remaining section and fold it in half lengthways, this will become the tail. 2. Fold the triangle in half to make a small triangle, and unfold. Fold the 2 loose corners down to meet the centre crease.3. Slide the tail strip underneath the triangular flaps. Fold the front corners across to meet the lower point of the triangular