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Paper Flying Disc. Pull the string and watch the Paper Flying Disc whiz and spin through the air. You can design all kinds of different flying discs and have your friends help you launch them. You can fly these discs inside or outside -- anywhere they can take flight and soar through the air. What You'll Need: Blue glitter glue penSmall wooden thread spool36 inches blue crochet threadMagenta pony beadScissorsRulerCraft knifeCraft glueTracing paperPencilCardstock (optional) Note: Adult help needed.Step 1: Cut out the disc pattern and ask an adult to help you cut the straight lines with a craft knife and ruler. Do not cut along the dotted lines -- these are fold lines. Download Paper Flying Disc pattern. (Note: If you think you may want to make more than one Paper Flying Disc, ask an adult to help you make a copy of the pattern using tracing paper and cardstock.)

Step 2: When the glue is dry, fold along the dotted lines so the flaps bend up a little bit. Step 3: Decorate the disc base using the glitter glue pen. Paper Mache Bowl, Part 1. My current afterschool paper mache project is turning out to be one of my most reliable, ye olde balloon and mache combination. I posted this project a while back, but without illustrations. Tomorrow is paint day so I'll be showing off the results.

SESSION ONE: I started each student off with a 12" balloon and a cut-off grocery box to hold the balloon in place. The students used 10" strips of newspaper for the first layer. SESSION TWO: If your balloon has popped, cut a small opening and blow up another inside to replace it. SESSION THREE: Cut a 7" circle of corrugated cardboard for the base of each bowl and use about 8 long strips of masking tape to secure it as shown. Instructables - Make, How To, and DIY. Filmmaker Toolkit. SnagFilms Trending: Cannes Film Festival, Videos Click to Skip Ad Closing in... Celebrating 17 Years of Film.Biz.Fans. January 14th, 2015 Indiewire more Filmmaking, Movie Making, Film Production, Film Marketing jump to Category Indiewire 2 comments like399 tweet78 Attention, Filmmakers: Here's the Most Important Person on Set You Don't Know About by Emily Best on January 13, 2015 Never heard of a PMD?

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101 Simple Handmade Gift Tutorials. These simple handmade gift tutorials will make any crafty person’s heart sing with joy! You don’t need special skills or a bunch of time because these can all be done super fast! Simple and cute…that works for me! Oh, and think of all the money you will save making these gifts. {At least that’s the story I tell my husband…shhhh!} You are going to love these fabulous tutorials!!! You can make all your gifts for years from this list! If you love creative links, please subscribe to Everything Etsy! Thanks so much for all your tweets, stumbles, Facebook likes and pins on my Sewing Tutorials and Free Printables posts…you are the coolest crafty friends! If you want to be doubly awesome, try doing handmade gifts that are also eco-friendly!

Handmade gifts make people feel special, don’t you think? ~Kim. Paper mache and fabric bowls | noelle o designs. I saw these bowl on Pinterest (big surprise, huh?) And something about the project really appealed to me. I think it’s the recycling of fabric scraps- which I happen to have in droves, perhaps a project the teens might enjoy? And I love any excuse to play with paper mache. source source source source source This is as far as we’ve gotten- paper mache bowl shapes have been made (using balloons and flour/water for glue) and now we are in the sorting-of-fabric-scraps step.

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