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December 2010. 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. The paper and letter J came from the Rose collection on Clipart Fairy's Modern Heritage Double CD Rom, which is full of elegant papers, alphabets, inserts, ideas and tutorials. Tutorials and Patterns.
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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. In this document I feature curious and puzzling items that are not so well known, and some of my own invention. Some of these are not exactly clear-cut demos of physics principles, but are fun things to do. [May, 2004] Students best understand light spectra when they can do hands-on investigation of spectra of common light sources. The Geissler tubes are rather expensive now, must be handled with care, and have limited useful lifetime. Direct visual observation of light sources through a diffraction grating cannot resolve fine details of the spectra, because of the angular breadth of the source. Fortunately there is an easy way around these problems. Designoriginals123's Channel BeyondBracelets's Channel
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You should use scrap pieces of material and practice each of these decorative knots individually. The decorative knots found in most Macrame patterns are listed below. Just click on the images of the knots you want to learn. The step-by-step process, with photos, will come up in a new window. To learn Macrame properly, I recommend that beginners practice all the basic knots, which are labeled Basic or Vintage above the image. How to Tie a Pretzel Knot aka Carrick Bend for Hemp Jewelry Bottle craft Craft Blogs By Craft Category List. Craft Technique in a Minute, vol 3: Plastic Wrap Technique. By Julia Andrus, Eco Green Crafts. Theoneminutemuse's Channel
Free Amigurumi Patterns. Jewellia7777's Channel Broadcast Yourself. Cool2Craft's Channel FREE DRAW. Miandza's Channel Do Try This at Home! Episode 9 - Toyland 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. Note that this 2torial won't teach you to make printer-quality office paper (although you can recycle used office paper to make your own new paper)--it'll teach you to create pages of personalized pulp upon which to pen your powerful sentiments.
Historically, the best papers in Europe were first made from a processed sheep, goat, or calf skin. Most paper products today, from newspapers to packing boxes, is made from wood pulp, a poor-quality fiber requiring glues and bleaches to be added. The quality of paper is largely based on the fibers used. Use scrap paper which contains a minimum of writing and printed ink on it.
Sand – Creative Mixing and Sand Pictures (Weekly Unplugged Project) 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. I had all kinds of cool sand ideas, but my kids had their own idea so I just let them go with it: mixing. First we scooped some sand into containers and brought it in. Broadcast Yourself. Basics. My Daily Bead Jewelry Making Ideas and Tutorials.
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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. Ocean – Sandpaper Transfers (Weekly Unplugged Project) 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) 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. Unplug Your Kids - Part 4. The theme for this week’s Unplugged Project was homemade.
My children had been asking me recently about saltwater taffy, wanting to know what it was. Square – Picture Frame Loom (Weekly Unplugged Project) The theme for this week’s Unplugged Project was square, an unpremeditated choice on my part.
While at Walmart the other day I saw $2.00, 8″ x 10″ oak picture frames, and had a random thought. I wondered if it would be possible to turn a picture frame into a loom. These are the kind of odd random thoughts that I have from time to time. Unplug Your Kids - Part 11. Mmmmm… cupcakes. Looks good, doesn’t it? This photo is quite deceptive. We have not been baking. HouseholdHacker's Channel Scientific Tuesdays - Make your own Chemical Creature! Silenced Geisha and Monkey Brains. Artist Mozart Guerra creates sculptures with foam or polystyrene and covers each one essentially with rope. Notes about Guerra (from bio): Born in Recife, Brazil, in 1962, Mozart studied architecture at University Federal of Pernambuco and obtained his degree in 1986.
He worked as a set designer for theatre, cinema, and TV in Brazil while developing in parallel his work as a sculptor.Mozart has been living and working in Paris since 1992 and has taken part in several individual and collective exhibits in art saloons and art galleries in Brazil, France, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, Luxemburg and Italy. PUTTING USE TO THE UNUSED. Paper Cutting Art by Hina Aoyama: Inspiration by Karen Horton. February10 Details close Added : February 10, 2009 Last Updated: November 16, 2010 TOPIC / Fine Art.
Japanese tattoo stencil. Japanese Katazome Stencil Carving 1 of 3. ThreadBanger's Channel How To Make A Rag Rug (Toothbrush Rug) AlpacaBytes : Profit from breeding quality alpaca fiber. Welcome Fiber Arts Friday Fans with WonderyWhyGal Rag rugs are a blast to make and do not require any fancy techniques like crocheting. The rugs are fairly quick to make and you can see the results of your efforts take shape in just a few rows. This technique is not limited to rugs, you can also make other items like a rag placemat, dog bed, cat bed, bedspread, basket, or anything else you can think of. How to Weave on a Cardboard Loom. June 25th, 2008 Email. Broadcast Yourself. Paper Art - 100 Extraordinary Examples of Paper Art. Paper art can be traced back to Japan, where it originated over a thousand years ago. From complex paper cutting to book carving, this is an ever expanding area of design that is hardly talked about.
These intricate paper designs grace museums and exauhibitions throughout the world and is becoming yet another exciting medium of expression for many designers. Some of the artists featured here use simple materials, such as A4 printing papeel, while others resort to unexpected materials, such as actual books, as their prime materials. Non-Trashy Recycled and Trash Art. Artists are usually ahead of the curve when it comes to being green. The Beauty of Paper Art - Smashing Magazine. Elodole's Photostream. Kekremsi's Photostream. Masters of Paper Art and Paper Sculptures, Part II. Over time, people have been using ordinary things revolving around us to create something unusual out of it and for example a very basic material such as paper. You may assume that papers in connection with arts is only restricted to drawings, sketch, or something creative like origami but those are understatement because there are plenty more that paper master can create by just using papers.
Paper sculptor is an artwork created by shaping or combining different types of papers that needs a great precision. Unlike origami, paper sculptures are made of several pieces of paper instead of one and for once, paper is the subject and everything else are tools. In our previous post – Masters of Paper Art and Paper Sculpture we have showcased some pretty interesting paper art. In this post as a sequel, you will find additional and interesting examples of paper sculptures and the artist behind it. Okakuku's Channel Barbabellaatje's Channel
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