What Kind of Activities Take Place in a Sketchbook? | AccessArt: Visual Arts Teaching, Learning & Practice You can find our Terms & Conditions here, and if you'd like advice please email here or contact us on 01223 262134. Why does AccessArt charge for membership? AccessArt is a UK charity which aims to inspire and enable high quality visual arts teaching, learning and practice. We have many hundreds of members from across the UK and overseas. If you are already a registered member and would like to upgrade you can do so here- you don't need to fill out the registration form again. You can cancel your membership here. Many thanks AccessArt
20 Creative Resume Designs Which Will Amaze Any Potential Employer A great showcase design post of some truly creative and inspiration CV designs which im sure would blow away any potential employer. The post focus on creative designs which make use of creative layout and designs which focus on colour. We would love for you to share within the comments your favourite designs from the post 1.My Resume 2.Creative Resume I Designed for Class 3.Creative resume – Francis 4.Creative resume – Michael Anderson 5.Creative resume – Chuckdlay 6.Creative resume – Sean Mcnolly 7.Creative resume – Jolie Odell 8.Creative resume – Suyjoy 9.Creative resume – Mari Rybak 10.Creative resume – Gregg Dizzia 11.Creative resume – Tudor Deleanu 12.Creative resume – Pau Morgan 13.Creative resume – 3-D resume 14.Creative resume – Sofiane 15.Creative resume -Katie Rennar 16.Creative resume -Martin 17.Creative resume -Adam 18.Creative resume -Anna Yeina 19.Creative resume -Doni 20.Creative resume -Doni
Water Blob: Tutorial A few weeks ago I saw this idea for water blobs floating around online and decided to try it ourselves the next time we were having friends over to play. Can I just say that this “water blob” was amazing amounts of fun. I layed on it, the kids jumped on it, slid across it and spent the entire day doing all sorts of crazy acrobatics. We loved it so much that I almost can’t wait to do another one. And the next one will have glitter in it… tons of glitter. So what is a “water blob” and how do you make one? How do you make one? Fold the plastic sheeting in half and tape the three open sides with duct tape (it helps to have assistance) but leave open a small hole for the water hose. Put the water hose in it and let it fill. It is that simple and that fun. It did get a few small leaks on the edges throughout the day but we simply fixed them by applying more tape to the leaky spot. So go conquer the blob! Edited to Add: You MUST use heavy plastic sheeting. Bobbie Latest posts by Bobbie (see all)
Origami Kusudama Flower Folding Instructions - How to make an Origami Kusudama Flower Kusudama (translated as "medicine ball") were traditionally used as incense and poutpurri, from real flowers or herbs. Decorative kusudama are made by using folded paper origami units glued together. These instructions show how to make a simple kusudama flower. Twelve (12) of these flowers can be glued together to make a ball. Made this origami? You can watch our origami kusudama flower video instructions, or check out the step-by-step photos below. Origami Kusudama Flower Step 1: Start with a 6 inch x 6 inch (15cm x 15cm) square origami paper, color side down. Fold paper in half on the horizontal diagonal axis. Origami Kusudama Flower Step 2: Now fold both the right and left corners to the top. Origami Kusudama Flower Step 3: Now fold the edge BD onto the edge DE. Repeat on the left side: Origami Kusudama Flower Step 4: Place your finger in one of the outer pockets, and make a squash fold as shown in the next three photos. Repeat the squash fold on the left side: Page 1
How to Make a Bag Dispenser Out of a Plastic Bottle How to Make a Bag Dispenser Out of a Plastic Bottle How to Make a Bag Dispenser Out of a Plastic Bottle Make a Plastic Bag Dispenser The debate between plastic grocery bags and paper grocery bags has been raging for years. On the one hand, plastic bags clog up our landfills. Obviously there is no easy answer. Begin the project by obtaining an empty, plastic 2 liter soda bottle. Next cut off both ends of the plastic bottle. After you have dried the bottle you are ready to mount the bottle in a handy place that's still out of sight such as inside a cupboard, pantry or closet. Your bag dispenser is now ready to be filled with plastic grocery sacks. If you would like you may decorate the bottle before you mount it by wrapping it with decorative, self adhesive contact paper. Thanks.
jessica perry : Hello! 5 Awesome New Inventions You'll Never Hear About" Printing has come a long way since the computer landed on the desktop. First, there were daisy-wheel printers, then dot-matrix printers, then inkjet and laser printers. The problem with all of these output devices, of course, is that they require paper -- lots of it -- and expensive consumables, like toner. Why can't someone invent an inkless, tonerless printer that allows the operator to reuse paper? As it turns out, this isn't a new idea. Xerox has been working with so-called electronic paper since the 1970s. A Japanese company, Sanwa Newtec, is offering its version of inkless, tonerless and rewritable printing technology. What's the catch?
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