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Easy Homemade Valentine's Day Cards save Average rating of 4 /5. ( 1 Ratings) Is your child giving out Valentines at school? This quick and easy card looks cute and is less expensive than many store-bought Valentines.
This vase is the perfect size for the bouquet pictured. It is best made from card stock, but can also be made from plain or colored paper. Print pages 15 through 21.
Choose a clean, well-ventilated area and place a small drop cloth down on your working space.
If you’re like me organization is the difference between passing chemistry, or not being able to find all the notes you took about cyclohexanes the night before the midterm. Luckily I discovered a solution that allowed me to haphazardly throw things into my backpack without them escaping: the common folder. Unfortunately with the discovery of folders, came the knowledge of their flimsiness.
You can make your own fancy stationery very easily if you have a sewing machine.
Finding the Right Silhouette Design: To create your design printout, you must first find an image that will “work”. Simple black and white designs work best.
I was inspired by the T-shelves by J1 Studio- beautiful modal furniture that looks great and is held together by zip ties. This is really take two- I did a paper prototype of this yesterday (http://www.instructables.com/id/Rapid-Prototyping-with-Paper-T-Shelves/). But after messing around with my little triangles-and-squares glued together model, I had to admit to myself that something was structurally wrong with my model.
Defy the box frame gods and create a drawing that is truly 3D. When finished, your 3D drawing will appear as a small window into a twisted world of your creation.
Gather materials: scissors, pencils, tape, connector cards printed on card stock (see pdf), cardboard cut into rectangles or blank white index cards.
Paper Bird is a pendulum powered project. Move the box, even slightly, and the bird comes to life bobbing up and down. Download the parts sheets here You can download the parts for this project for free on the robives.com website here.
Supplies: Copy of master on regular copy paper, http://www.groeg.de/puzzles/pdf/rocket.pdf Craft knife Self-healing mat or glass mat to cut the paper on Paper glue (I used YES paper glue, it dries flat) Small paint brush (to spread the paper glue) Paper clips (you will need them unless you have more than 3 hands to hold things while they dry) Bone folder (for creasing and folding paper) Ruler or other straight edge Clear tape (not shown)
This is the pattern I made for a paper dinosaur. For other models and paper art, see Waljoris on Flickr, Picasaweb, and others.
This adorable little printer papercraft comes from the spanish web blog Papel Continuo . For those of you who don't know, Papel Continou is advertised as a "Design, art, music, popular culture and freakismos retroactive." (translated as per Google Translate) Indeed, the site is a truly fascinating read, not only do they report on new art styles and fashion and music but they also apparently love retro and geek culture too.
Supplies: 2, size 2 paper clips Needle nose pliers Tape measure or ruler (not shown) Transparent tape Mini black rubber bands (the silicon type for hair) Card stock (your choice of color) Black marker Computer Personal electronic cutter (Mine is a Cricut from Provo Craft) Sure Cuts A Lot Program (I should inform you that Provo Craft and Sure Cuts A Lot had a court battle and SCAL lost, so it you have a Cricut, you can no longer buy SCAL, yet they do create programs for other brands of personal electronic cutters. I bought mine long before the court battle so I am okay.)