How about a Christmas tree full of Mad Hatter Hats Or perhaps a few Mad Hatter lovelies put out on display. (these great little stands are made by my hubby from Styrofoam) Here's what you need to make your own Mad Hatter Hats: The Mad Hatter Meets Christmas
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Handmade Paper… | kiss the groom 1 . Select the pieces of paper to be recycled.
Here's another DIY project from our sweet friend, Sasha - from the The Gilded Bee .
Make This - Stab Bound Notebooks - Luxe DIY - How Did You Make This? I find myself writing things down for people all the time - web addresses, directions, the name of a glue, the name of a bar, etc. I always carry my Moleskine with me but there's no way I'm going to tear pages out of that! These notebooks are a great alternative - they sew up fast, they're the same size as a business/calling card, and the pages stay in place better than in a spiral notebook but they tear out easily when you need them to. Supplies and Equipment: - paper - one sheet of paper is enough pages for one notebook - cardstock/heavy paper - one sheet is enough to cover 6 notebooks - ruler - clear is easier to work with - very sharp blade - string - this is 2 ply nylon cord - needle - drill/dremel with small bit OR sharp needle OR tiny hole punch Cut the paper into 2 inch strips the long way.
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By Ann Martin Quilling, the coiling and shaping of narrow paper strips to create a design, has been around for years — hundreds, in fact. During the Renaissance, nuns and monks would roll gold-gilded paper remnants trimmed during the bookmaking process, and use them to decorate religious objects as an alternative to costly gold filigree. Quilling later became a pastime of 18th and 19th century young ladies in England, who would decorate tea caddies and pieces of furniture with paper filigree.
I was in need of a star to top a rolled paper Christmas tree I am working on, so to be all matchy matchy, I made it out of paper. How to Make a 3d Paper Star
Table centerpieces have always eluded me. You Give Me A Book & I'll Give You a Flower
Oooh, all the nifty and thrifty things you can create from old newspaper!
Christmas 2005 was the holiday of the "book stuff". I churned out book clocks (something I'll post about one day) and what I called "book-Its" by the dozen, both as gifts and to make a little extra cash. Turns out those book-Its started to show a little wear towards the end of 2011 and a few friends have asked for another one... because it's their "go to" bookmark. Since I'm making them anyway, here's a little how to. They could not be simpler to make! So here goes ... DIY: Paper-bead bookmark
Looking for a way to fill that blank wall but don't have permission to paint?
Amanda, of Indie Jane , and I have been dreaming up extra pretty projects for you this coming season.
As promised, here is a tutorial on making your own envelopes for stationery sets. While this template makes a rectangular envelope, you could certainly modify it to make squares as well, and as usual this image is scalable (the actual jpg is quite small, I printed it at 250% to make the cute envelopes shown in the tutorial--I just like cutesy small stuff, my original envelopes were much larger). DIY Magazine Envelopes
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