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For english summary, see end of post. Det er ikke alltid så mye som skal til! En liten detalj kan virkelig gjøre en festlig forskjell - som disse anvendelige miniflaggene til å feste på stetter, sugerør og annet (for eksempel mat/cupcake-flagg). Jeg har laget en pdf-fil med tilsammen 24 flagg i de to *FIESTA fargekombinasjonene oransje/rosa og blå/grønn (tolv av hver).
Rebecca Luminarias Red has certainly been a staple of my crafting projects in the last few months...I like to bring it out in the Fall and work with it through Christmas and Valentine's day; then I tend not to use it very much until Summer comes along. The nice thing about red, though, is that it goes with so many other colors.
I found this simple tutorial for gift bows on Craftster It's a great way to make some pretty additions to your presents this Christmas and because they use recycled paper, they are ecofriendly and thrifty too! These are my first attempt, I'm pretty pleased with how they turned out. I think they differ from the ones on the tutorial as I used thinner strips and made the loops looser.
Look what I found in my desk drawer! I made these embroidered cards so long ago and then just tucked them away in a drawer to be forgotten about. What a shame!
In gift wrap emergencies when you've got the present but need some wrapping, here's an idea for turning a magazine page into a bow. There may be better ways to stick this thing together, but I used what I had on hand: staples and adhesive glue dots . Double stick tape or brads should work, too. Cut a magazine page lengthwise into 9 strips, 3/4" wide. Leave 3 of the strips full length. Cut one inch off 3 of the strips.
I love paper Christmas decorations, so when I bumped into The Cheese Thief's woven paper ball tutorial , I had to give it a try. They're curiously addicting. Maybe I should carry some supplies with me to pass the time in long check-out lines, boring holiday parties, or during that weird Choreography number in White Christmas. These are made out of paper and one piece of tape. You can cut your own strips (mine are 1/2" wide and 11" long, which yields a ball that's about 1 1/4" in diameter) or use shiny paper ribbon.
Do you remember making folded paper fortune tellers when you were in grade school? They were quite the fad for a while, and my pals and I had a lot of fun inventing fortunes to write inside each little point. Now... an example of fortune tellers all grown up! Allison Patrick covered a simple paper lantern with the cootie catchers (as they are also called, ick and ha!)
Sep 01 Rachel Faucett Looking for a fun, inexpensive project to interest and challenge your kids?