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Envelope Origami

Envelope Origami
I'm not sure if "envelope origami" really exists but for my amusement lets pretend it does. 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. Related:  origamiorigamiLoisirs

Papillon Origami | Goclom Origami Papillon Origami 154 in Goclom Origami. This images was Posted by Mary J. Brewer on June 28, 2013. You can get Papillon Origami 154 picture and make this for your education in computer, tablet, and smartphone device for free. Posts related to Papillon Origami If you like it, all you need to do is help us grow by sharing this image. Craft: Kirigami Fall Decorations Just when I thought the fall season was here, we get hit with 90 degree weather, ugh! But, that's not stopping me from decorating the house with leaves, pumpkins, and gourds. I run on a strict seasonal decorating schedule and if it's fall, then that's how I'm decorating the house. Below you'll find directions and four templates to make the kirigami leaves. Supplies:6" x 6" origami paper - you can use any size paper, you'll just have to adjust the templates accordinglyScissorsPencil Fold 6" x 6" paper according to directions above. Right click, copy, save and print out templates. Trace leaves on the folded triangle (refer to step 5 above). Cut out.

Origami Make easy DIY wall art from folded paper Hello, all! I'm back from my week off. It was a lovely break during which Alex and I did pretty much nothing except read mystery novels, eat delicious food, enjoy the outdoors, and wander around. I folded some paper, too. Find the center point on a square of paper by bending it in half and pressing a crease at the midpoint. The center of the square is where the two creases meet. Fold each corner of the square to the center point. When you've got a collection of squares folded, arrange them on a piece of foam board or cardboard and secure them in rows with double-stick tape. I would love it if someone would cover an entire wall with white squares. To make the paper ball in the photo, click here.

Paper Flower Key Holder / Mark Montano Difficulty Rating: Beginner Tags If you need a quick 'just because' gift for someone, this is it! 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. Supply List Wire hanger Needle nose pliers with built in wire cutter (most are made like this) Hot glue gun and glue sticks Stapler Book pages Fiskars Scissors and Pinking Shears Krylon Clear CoatSmall piece of cardboard

La boule de fleurs en origamie! Faites-en une déco suspendue ou une veilleuse! - Trucs et Bricolages Je viens tout juste de l’essayer! Et c’est vraiment facile!! Vous aurez besoin de quelques morceaux de papier coupés en carré et n’aurez qu’à suivre les étapes sur les photos, facile et rapide à faire, tellement que les enfants pourront en faire avec vous dès ce soir! Passez un pastel gras ou sec sur les rebords du papier pour colorer les pétales de la fleurs. En la faisant tout en blanc, elles pourrait peut-être avoir l’air de flocons de neige pour décorer la classe à l’école cet hiver. ajoutez des paillettes en appliquant d’abord, une couche de colle blanche et saupoudrez de paillettes argentées ou bleu métalliques! Voyez la vidéo sous les photos Utilisez une bougie chauffe-plat à pile Pour l’étape numéro 4, ce n’est pas très claire mais il suffi d’ouvrir le pli et d’écraser le papier

Craft: Easy Paper Bows If you've been following this site, you're probably guessing I got this idea from an earlier post about origami bows. However, this paper bow actually came about when I was making some paper pinwheels. It all started like this; I was debating whether to do a post on mini yo-yos or mini guitars. Trying to decide, I started staring at my bulletin board wishing there was a pinwheel on it to spin. Supplies:Square piece of card stockOne bradHole punchScissors With right side of paper facing down cut paper where you see dotted lines. Bend top flap down revealing right side of paper. Attach top left corner to the brad. Attach top right flap to brad. Once your bows are made you can adjust the shape by trimming the bows if you wish. These cute little bows would make the perfect bunting for a party.

Les Origami de Senbazuru - L'origami facile Stab Bound Journal Make a hand bound journal with elaborate side stitching for yourself or as a gift. The stitching is a lot easier than it looks and is so much nicer to hold than a spiral bound edge. Supplies and Equipment – sharp utility knife and cutting surface BE VERY CAREFUL WITH THE SHARP BLADE – rulers – drill with 1/16th inch bit OR a small paper punch BE VERY CAREFUL WITH POWER TOOLS – fancy cover paper – I used Cavallini Vintage Tickets Wrapping Paper – 20″ x 28″ – 1 sheet of 8.5×11 for endpapers (this can be fancy or the same paper as your pages) – 10 sheets of 8.5×11 paper for pages – 3 yards of embroidery floss – mat board – I used Crescent No. 33 White & Cream Smooth Mat Board – Yes Stikflat Glue or other archival glue that leaves paper flat – heavy object to use as a weight – waxed paper – cutting/hole punch template – click here to download – thin cotton or linen fabric (optional) – needle with an eye large enough to fit embroidery floss – brush for glue Stitch down through the next hole.

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. 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? It is very aesy to wrap things and tie furoshiki, just try! Bye!

Bijoux origami - Bijoux L’origami est partout ! On retrouve même cette tendance en bijouterie. Boucles d’oreilles, collier, pendentif... Découvrez de chouettes tutos pour réaliser vos bijoux origami à la maison. le 4 mars 2013 - photos : DR On fond pour ce collier à la fois simple et très original. Le blog d’une fille à Ce blog est une mine d’or pour qui veut paraître fashion sans se ruiner. Angé Fée ç "Bidouillages, bricolages, cafouillages en tout genre", voilà comment cette blogueuse décrit son univers très créatif. Encore une blogueuse qui s’est laissée tenter par un bijou origami en papier japonais ! Boucles d’oreilles papillon Déco pour la maison, vêtements à la mode, bijoux… Ce blog est une formidable source d’inspiration ! On parie que vous allez faire fureur avec ces jolies boucles d’oreilles papillon faites en papier japonais.

Craft: Origami Paper Ring What's this? An actual craft on my site? You probably forgot what they look like here. I know I have. Supplies:10cm piece of paper - I used metallic crepe paper Scissors Tape Click on the image for a better view. Experiment with unique paper textures to get different looks.

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