PaperCraft. Free Printable Cloud Greetings. Oct 22 by Amy Moss My obsession with glitter paper continues in my latest printable – Cloud-shaped greeting cards!
Here are some ideas for what you can with these cuties: Brighten up someone’s day with a ‘Rainy Day’ care packageUse them as candy bag toppers for party favors.Hang them up as party decorations- perhaps cloud bunting!? Send birthday greetings…or anything else you fancy! Click through for instructions and download… Materials; Colour printer, Adobe Reader (free download), Thick glossy photo card stock (I’ve used Canon 275gsm Photo Paper Plus Glossy II), Glitter paper, Pencil, Scissors, Craft glue or Double-sided tape Step 1: Download the PDF at the bottom of this post and print out onto thick, glossy photo paper.
Oh, and do you like the raindrop gift wrap shown in these pics? Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time. [free download] made with love. Valentine's day isn't just for celebrating your sweetheart. let others know you love them too. a jar of chocolate chip cookies should do the trick. ;) and let them know those cookies were made with love.
Je crée mes sets de table. Craft is in session. There are a million tutorials out there on how to create paper flowers.
Welcome to tutorial #1,000,001. I promise to make it worth your while. Wonder ♥ mum. 20 mai 2013 La fête des mamans approche à grands pas.
: DIY Fruit tissue honeycomb balls for Cinco de Mayo. First thing, if you're reading this and you're in America and it's May 2nd at 9:15EST (or 10:15) turn it to NBC and watch yours truly vying to win the title of Best Hat on the Today Show Kentucky Derby contest.
I guarantee an embarrassing flub with Al Roker. Do you remember my fruit balloons? Well, I was at the darling shop Harmony on Center Street, Provo the other day (where I'm teaching a paper flower workshop on Saturday, May 11th. Sign up here), and I was eyeing the honeycomb tissue hearts hanging up and all of a sudden it struck me: those hearts are strawberries! Home / Paper To Petal / 75 Whimsical Paper Flowers to Craft by Hand. Lollipop Flower Valentines. Feb 13 Here is a super easy Valentine we came up with the other day.
All you need is some crepe paper and lollipops and you’re set. We added some “You’re my best bud” labels but these are sweet on their own too. Materials Needed: Crepe Paper, Glue, Scissors, Tape, Lollipops Step 1: Take a fold of crepe paper and cut out a stack of petal shapes with the paper grain going from top to bottom.
Photography by Harper Casimiro for Oh Happy Day Art Direction by Jordan Ferney Coordinated by Stacy Wichelhaus Styling by Caitlin Barker Crafting by Jessica Heywood Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time. Italic Monogram Pinata DIY. Mar 6 It is no secret I have a tiny obsession with piñatas.
But sometimes I think it is a shame to hit them to pieces because they are so pretty. Lately I’ve been using them a little differently, as presents. Bunny Ear Bags DIY. Mar 20 Here are some sweet little bunny ear bags.
Our crafter this week, Irene, happens to have a thing for rabbits. So when we were talking about different ideas she came up with these clever little treat bags. You could use them for Easter Baskets or just to hand out treats. Les petites banderoles. Aujourd’hui, un petit projet très facile à réaliser et qui pourra vous être utile pour mille petites choses : fabriquer des marque place, des étiquettes pour les petits fours, une banderole pour le gâteau, des petits mots à piquer partout… Ces petites banderoles sont inratables.
Voici comment procéder pour les réaliser. Il vous faut, pour cela :- Les banderoles à télécharger, personnaliser et imprimer- Une paire de ciseaux- Des petites piques en bois- Du scotch, du masking tape ou des gommettes 1. Commencer par télécharger et imprimer notre fichier. Les dentelles de papier. J’adore cette guirlande toute simple qui me rappelle les flocons de neige en papier de mon enfance.
Si vous vous souvenez de la méthode pour les confectionner, vous savez pratiquement tout ce qu’il faut savoir. Paper medallions. Hello everyone! I hope you’ve all had a lovely Christmas and New Year. We took our decorations down a few days ago which is always a bit sad :-/ so I made a few new decorations to hang up in their place. L’écrin de vos alliances. Le chapiteau de poche. Voilà un petit moment que l’idée d’une boîte qui évoque le chapiteau d’un cirque me trottait dans la tête pour y cacher des petites surprises à l’intention de ses invités. Mais il m’a fallu un moment avant de parvenir à dessiner une boîte qui fonctionne bien. Enfin, c’est chose faite.
Je préfère tout de même vous avertir qu’il vous faudra un peu de courage si vous prévoyez de les réaliser pour deux cents invités car elles sont un (tout) petit peu longues à monter, mais rien de bien compliqué. Voici comment procéder… Pour une boîte, il vous faut : Vellum Flower Cake DIY. Oct 3 by Chiara Alberetti Milott I’ve always loved the way edible flowers – or frosted, or gum paste, or marzipan for that matter – look on a cake. But there are always these two problems for me- I’m afraid I’m going to inadvertently poison my guests, and they’re not always readily available (I think I’ve seen packages at Whole Foods, but that was eons ago). This is a pretty simple way to decorate a cake inspired by that look. Sparkle Power!: Hot Air Balloons. This week I cut out lots & lots of little hot air balloons from cardstock & made lots & lots of little hot air balloon ornaments. Dylan put together the images for me & once printed, they were cut out, folded in half & glued together with elmer's glue.
I added a coordinating loop of embroidery floss for the hanging string. These were used for the Young Women Excellence night where our theme was "The Sky's the Limit". They hung from branches in a vase as centerpieces & then the girls each got to take one home as a reminder of the evening. They turned out pretty sturdy & could really be made into just about any shape or using any image. Digitprop – Papercraft and Stuff. This is the official announcement for the papercraft alphabet I just finished uploading.
That was quite some work, especially with two hyperactive kids climbing all over me while I am typing. By the way, if you speak German: Hätte auch auf Deutsch funktioniert. Anyway, the alphabet is now complete – a collection of 26 papercraft templates for all letters 0f the alphabet, each representing an animal, thing, or people starting with that letter: You will find the complete list of templates here. You can use them for education, as toys, or to spell out whatever message you want to get across. Tutorial on making the alphabet letters.
I noticed that the papercraft alphabet created some interest among people who are not (yet) experienced in papercrafting. Therefore, some letters turned out to be a bit too difficult for some, which prompted me to write this little tutorial. The idea is to give you pointers as to where to start. For the tutorial, I have chosen the ‘R’, as it is one of the more difficult letters due to the curved shape and the inner hole. Print the PDF template onto a sheet of paper or – preferably – cardstock. I use 190g/sqm (about 53 lb) cardstock. You can print with any printer. Originally I said that the first step after printing is to cut out all parts. This can be done with a pair of scissors, but for details and holes it is useful to use an Xacto knife or similar sharp, pointed tool. The next step is to score along the dotted lines, so that the paper doesn’t break when you fold it. DIY cards with copper foil.
Recently I ordered some laser toner reactive foil. It's metallic foil that will adhere to the toner on laser prints when it's heated and pressed. Or maybe it's not truly foil. I showed this experiment to my packaging-engineer husband who told me it was probably "metalized film" and blah blah blah "metal vapor deposition" blah blah, but "don't quote me on that.
" No problem; I didn't understand a word he said anyhow. Quick craft // DIY galaxy envelopes. Galaxy DIY’s are everywhere at the moment and it’s easy to apply this theme to lots of paper-craft projects. All you need is an old astronomy magazine (they contain page after page of mind-blowing images that you can cut out)! Des berlingots maison. Des pyramides et des bonbons. Vous aviez été nombreux à nous les réclamer, les instructions pour réaliser les superbes ballotins en papier du mariage d’Adeline et Cédric.
Ils ont eu la gentillesse de prendre le temps de nous expliquer tout cela. Cocottes en papier. DIY Drink Umbrellas. DIY. Des enveloppes rigolotes. Envie de personnaliser vos enveloppes, que ce soit pour vos faire-part comme pour vos cartes de remerciements? Envie que vos invités vous laissent des mots doux dans des enveloppes rigolotes et non dans un classique livre d’or de mariage?
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Loose Leaf Tea? Make Your Own Tea Bags! 8-bit popup cards. Afternoon crafts. DIY Paper Flower Corsages. DIY Pop Up Cards. Photobooth Props Set #2 Free Printable. DIY Easy Crepe Paper Garland. DIY Fall Envelopes + Free Printable. Mini Crepe Paper Flower Favors DIY. Stamped Envelope Liners. Paper Calla Lilies DIY. The DIY Origami Heart Invitations are in the mail!