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Paper City Camping Scene! – Made by Joel. Blog. Mad Libs – The World's Greatest Word Game. Card - Canon Creative Park. Calming Glitter Jars for Relaxation and Mindfulness. 20 Podcasts for Kids. Origami Folding Instructions - How to Make an Origami Cat. This origami cat involves folding a cat head and body and then putting them.

Origami Folding Instructions - How to Make an Origami Cat

Easy Origami Cat Instructions for Kids. Great Big Story : A Fold Apart: Origamist Robert Lang's Incredible Paper Creations. Elephant with moving trunk SIMPLE and only basic materials needed! Canon Creative Park. How To Do Blanket Stitch. Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials. Ocean rubbish turned into marine animals. Everyday I go to my local beach and while I'm there I pick up bottle lids, bits of rope, rubber thongs and a variety of different plastics.

Ocean rubbish turned into marine animals

Most of the time all this rubbish I’m collecting would ultimately end up in landfill. What I’m trying to do is reduce landfill plus create awareness about all this rubbish that’s ending up in our oceans because it’s effecting our marine creatures that live there. The rubbish I mainly find is bottle lids, cigarette lighters, toothbrushes and lots of plastic. Weather this debris is coming from our shores or from somewhere else I’m not sure but I know one thing, it’s ending up on our beaches and people like me are the ones picking it up.

Once you start picking up marine debris off the beach it becomes hard to walk past. The challenge is turning a piece of rubbish that is considered worthless by our society and turning it into a piece of art that has some value. I’ve made over 40 pieces so far, turtles, stingrays, manta rays and fish. Origami mit Christian: Kussmund (kiss lips, speaking mouth) How to Make a Basic Face Pop-Up Card. HEARTFELT Greetings. Easy Paper Garlands. Paper alligator. Why did we do these funny and durable alligators?

Paper alligator

– because the whole KROKOTAK family is on a long summer trip (we are even on another continent) … with all the things that we had to take with us in the suitcases, the room for the toys was so scarce …. This time, instead of a crocodile, we made an alligator, as it is more typical for America You will need: an A4 sheet of paperglue, scissors, felt-tip pena strip of white paper (for the teeth). Fold the paper making 8 equal bands. The body of the alligator is made by 10 short bands. These are the remaining parts for the rest of the alligator. The tail is made from a long band. The mouth is made from the second long band. The legs are made from the two thin bands, which are folded by the middle, glued and folded in both ends. The eyes are made by the last, eleventh, short band. To make your alligator scary apply the sharp teeth. Welcome to RobertSabuda.com! Moving fish.

Gift Wrapping Tips Just In Time For Christmas. FaithTap Staff With a mountain of presents and a ticking clock, the thought of wrapping everything before dawn breaks may seem like a challenge.

Gift Wrapping Tips Just In Time For Christmas

But we have ways to accomplish everything with these helpful tips! Interiordua.xyz Baby-Friendly Gift Wrap For a way to wrap presents for your littlest of loved ones, follow the helpful photo tutorial below. Blueskyparent.blogspot.ca Single Sheet Origami Box. Cool Paper Crafts for Kids. The Setup: Iron a few coffee filters to make them flat.

Cool Paper Crafts for Kids

(An adult's job—iron up to four at a time on the highest setting, no steam.) Set them out on a covered surface with lots of paper towels and a few bowls of liquid watercolor paint. (We used Sargent Art Watercolor Magic, $11; amazon.com.) DIY crafts: Paper BUTTERFLIES (very EASY) - Innova Crafts. Easy Spiral Paper Flower Heart - Canary Street Crafts. Today we’re sharing an easy spiral flower heart craft.

Easy Spiral Paper Flower Heart - Canary Street Crafts

We typically don’t decorate for Valentine’s Day, but this was such a fun project to make, and depending on the colors you use, you could leave it up all year long. This project is part of the 2016 Valentine’s Day Blog Hop hosted by Creatively Homespun. At the end of this post, you’ll find 19 more fun Valentine’s Day themed ideas so be sure to stick around and check them out. This post contains affiliate links. For more information, click here. How to Make a Pop up Book: 12 Steps. Steps Part 1 Planning the Book Out.

How to Make a Pop up Book: 12 Steps

6 Ways to Make a Collage. Edit Article Paper collageFabric collageSand collageNature collageElectronic collageDisplaying collages Edited by Nicole Willson, Kyle G., Jack Herrick, Waited and 109 others A collage is a work of art composed of numerous materials, such as paper, newsprint, photographs, ribbons or other objects attached to background support, such as plain paper.

6 Ways to Make a Collage

Partycraft Secrets: Rocking Round Robin Paper Craft. It’s no secret that preschoolers love craft projects that do things.

Partycraft Secrets: Rocking Round Robin Paper Craft

Here’s a paper craft that I made with my girls and posted as a guest contributor over at Projects for Preschoolers, that I called the 'Rocking Round Robin'. Made of two circles, the really do rock when you gently tap their tail! Here’s what you’ll need: Light weight colored card in at least two different shades. (We used rainbow shades, but patterned card, all pastels, all bolds, even shades of grey will all work well for this project.)Colored paper.Two round things to trace (we used a toy bucket; the top gave us a big circle and the bottom was the smaller circle).Pencil, scissors, and glue. To make the craft: We experimented with birds of different colors, sizes, and details. Here Are The 12 Most Fun Activities You Can Do With Children. When Asia Citro realized her children didn't exactly "believe in sleeping," she set out on a mission to keep them entertained in a healthy way.

Here Are The 12 Most Fun Activities You Can Do With Children

That mission was to create a fun, educational environment for her children at home, and to do it in a way that was fun for her, too. After posting a few of their activities on Facebook and receiving tons of positive feedback, Citro decided to create her own blog.