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Here are a couple of cards I made just before Christmas, but am only just getting around to showing. They both use images from Fairydoodler and papers from The Clipart Fairy . The first one is my entry to Fairydoodlers latest challenge, using her freebie image, her digi stamps are gorgeous, make sure you pop over and check them out. I coloured the image with water colour pencils, unfortunately I'm not brilliant at the whole colouring in thing and intend to spend some time this coming year learning how to be better, especially as Santa brought me all those Aquamarkers. December 2010
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The Frugal Physicist's Demo Collection, by Donald E. Simanek Fun projects you can build from everyday materials at small expense. The web has many sites featuring easy-to-make physics toys, and many books of them may be purchased. Physics Toys, Tricks and Teasers
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Maths2art: using art to teach maths ~ Using maths to create art
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Amigurumi basics – crochet a ball, make an owl or pufferfish « abigailscraftshowto.com Amigurumi is a Japanese word meaning ‘knitted stuffed toy’. Amigurumi are simple to make, once you’ve learned the basic techiques, and a fun way to use up scraps of yarn. Today I’ll show you how to crochet one of the simplest shapes, a ball – and to show you just how versatile even the simplest shapes can be, we’ll use the same base to make 2 toys, an owl and a pufferfish. We’ll learn how to make a magic ring cast-on, how to make a single crochet, and how to increase and decrease in single crochet.
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0697 2 torial #0697: Learn 2 Make Homemade Paper The press is on! Bring the paper chase home to roost. Making your own paper is fun, easy, and a delightful project for the weekends.
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This week’s Unplugged Project theme of sand was inspired by the giant pile of sand that we have near our swing set. We had it brought it in to spread around the swing set area to soften the crash zone and also to control weeds. I thought my children would have a lovely time spreading the sand nicely throughout the area. Wrong. My children have a lovely time playing on the pile of sand and don’t want it spread out! Oh well, for now we will leave it as is. Sand – Creative Mixing and Sand Pictures (Weekly Unplugged Project) | Unplug Your Kids
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I have always wanted to try making paper so I confess, that is why I chose the theme flat for this month’s Unplugged Project ( paper was already taken). We finally did it and it was so fun! I am also fairly proud of our efforts because we recycled not only a lot of used printer paper and newspaper, but also a picture frame which became our deckle . It is amazing what you can do with old picture frames ! This paper was fairly brittle and could never be used for wrapping, however it would make nice note paper or scrapbooking paper. Also, don’t expect a smooth, fine paper. Homemade Recycled Paper – “Flat” Monthly Unplugged Project | Unplug Your Kids
Ocean – Sandpaper Transfers (Weekly Unplugged Project) | Unplug Your Kids This week’s Unplugged Project theme was ocean . Not having anything in mind when I chose the theme (it was the first thing that popped into my head as I wrote last week’s post ), I decided we should try an art technique that I have been wanting to experiment with for some time. Well, my plans fell through a bit. The two oldest were invited to a sleepover tonight and the little one needed to go to bed, so I decided to go solo on this week’s Unplugged Project . I am not sure what this is called, but I call it “sandpaper transfer.”
Fluffy – Pom Poms for Peace (Weekly Unplugged Project) | Unplug Your Kids This week’s Unplugged Project theme ( fluffy ) was not premeditated, it just popped into my head. I wanted an adventure this week so I thought long and hard all week about what to do. Cotton balls? Ordinary.
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