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DECO BOULE - Pomme de pin papier. Ah aaaaah, je vous avais prévenu que j'allais vous faire bosser !

DECO BOULE - Pomme de pin papier

Si cela vous tente, aujourd'hui ce sera une pomme de pin déco d'automne.Pour cela, il faut :un œuf en polystyrène 7-8cmdu papier, pages de livre ou autresdes épingles pour polystyrènepetit outillage habituel Et c'est parti ! On commence par couper plein de petits carrés de papier de 1 inch / 2.5 cm (taille à adapter en fonction de votre oeuf). On va tous les plier en pointe.Pour faciliter le pliage et donner un joli effet, on pince le milieu d'un côté avant de rabattre comme ci-dessus. Une fois plié, on choisira ou non de distresser la pointe. Astuce : pour vous faciliter le pliage, vous pouvez vous faire un gabarit ou tout simplement utiliser une équerre. Pour la suite, j'ai trouvé une vidéo qui, même si elle n'est pas en français, vous parlera surement : Voici donc ma version de saison :

Pansy and Dahlia Fabric Flower Tutorial. Photography by James Ransom for Martha Stewart Living I’m so excited to share this fabric flower tutorial from Martha Stewart Living with you.

Pansy and Dahlia Fabric Flower Tutorial

Such beauties! Easy to make, there’s plenty of time to create them for your Mother, Grandmother or daughter in the next day or two. ART TRADING CARDS. ATC - Art Trading Card. Artist trading cards. A set of nine ATC's (Artist trading cards) Artist trading cards (or ATCs) are miniature works of art about the same size as modern trading cards baseball cards,[1] or 2 1⁄2 by 3 1⁄2 inches (64 mm × 89 mm),[2] small enough to fit inside standard card-collector pockets, sleeves or sheets.[3] The ATC movement developed out of the mail art movement and has its origins in Switzerland.[4] Cards are produced in various media, including dry media (pencils, pens, markers, etc.), wet media (watercolor, acrylic paints, etc.), paper media (in the form of collage, papercuts, found objects, etc.) or even metals or fiber.

Artist trading cards

The cards are usually traded or exchanged. When sold, they are usually referred to as art card editions and originals (ACEOs). History[edit] M. ACEO: Art Cards, Editions and Originals[edit] A photo of an artist trading card As for an earlier example, in 1991, Cleury Champion first sold his cards through the catalog of his avant-garde magazine eXpErImEnTaL (bAsEmEnT). References[edit] A.T.C. ou Art Trading Cards (lieu d'échanges) Comment plier mon furoshiki « furoshiki eco-concept.

Il existe trois méthodes de base pour plier et nouer le furoshiki: Hirazutsumi (“envelopper”) c’est le plus élégant, indiqué pour les paquets cadeau.

comment plier mon furoshiki « furoshiki eco-concept

Hitotsumusubi (“avec un nœud”). Futatsumusubi (“avec deux nœuds”). Idée officielle ministère de l'écologie japonais. How to use FUROSHIKI. Click click click click.

How to use FUROSHIKI

Furoshiki: 1000 ways to carry your bento. Furoshiki is a piece of fabric inside wich Japanese people wrap every kind of stuff, in order to be able to carry it easily.

Furoshiki: 1000 ways to carry your bento

It is used most of the times to wrap bento (the traditional lunch-box) , and you can find it in a lot of different colors and patterns. During the years new way of tie and use it were invented, infact every object has a different shape, and for each shape there is a traditional way to tie furoshiki. Otsukai TsutsumiThis is the classical way to wrap something in a Furoshiki, it is very useful to carry Bento at school. Yotsu musubiThis way of tieing is also used to wrap boxes, and all kind of rectangular or cubical objects, because you make a double tie it is “safer” Suika TsutsumiThis type of tie is very useful to carry spherical objects, the name Suika Tsutsumi infact means “Watermelon Case”.

Hon TsutsumiHave you ever had to carry two books you didn’t know how to carry comfortably? Paper Flower Key Holder / Mark Montano. Difficulty Rating: Beginner Tags If you need a quick 'just because' gift for someone, this is it!

Paper Flower Key Holder / Mark Montano

It’s simple to make, couldn’t be less expensive and we can all use one. I for one am always losing my keys and this, by far, is the easiest way for me to keep track of them. Here’s how: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Envelope Origami. I'm not sure if "envelope origami" really exists but for my amusement lets pretend it does.

Envelope Origami

Envelope origami - to create a likeness of an object using geometric folds and crease patterns preferably without gluing or cutting the paper, and using only one envelope. In this case, I folded an envelope into a box. It's an easy craft to turn your junk mail into something functional. Security envelopes work best for this project. Sauveur CARLUS - graphiste, illustrateur, artiste peintre. Photographes. Cours de photo : apprendre la photographie – traitement et retouche d'image.

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