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Mobile #001 Balloon « PaperMatrix

Mobile #001 Balloon « PaperMatrix
Anna has designed and made the pattern for these cute small hot air balloons. Make a mobile and watch them fly and turn perpetually. For each balloon cut two sheets in the colours you prefer. For the mobile on the pictures we used five balloons and 4 slim wooden sticks (12, 12, 16 and 24 cm). This is a file for cutting: balloon mobile You will find a video tutorial here. Like this: Like Loading... Related:  Cutebricolage créatif

How to Make 3D Paper Diamonds Well, this is really something that all crafty hands would like to do! 3D Paper Diamonds we have discovered on this creative, British website called “”. Kate, the designer of all those cool, paper stuff, provides a printable template for this geometric jewel shape. It can be used either as a garland, toy, or as a wonderful gift box for jewellery. Since I have got Minecraft fans at home, I am pretty sure, Simon and Dorian will take up this project soon. I assume, this particular paper craft will suit your taste, and you would want to start as soon as possible. For the full tutorial and template of 3D Paper Diamonds, click the link. Tools: ScissorsNeedleRuler Supplies / ingredients: A4 sheet of paperGlue-stickPrintable template

25 DIY Interior Decorating Ideas To Use Maps Home design DIY Kids Weddings Fashion and Style FOOD Cool stuff 25 DIY Interior Decorating Ideas To Use Maps Did you like geography lessons in school? If so then your interior can show that nowadays. You can upgrade some of your furniture and items of decor with maps to do that. Source: design-remont More about diy decorating, diy decorative items 8 Comments Bobette Schooler Says: January 13th, 2012 at 9:44 pm I wish there was a tutorial for the map lamp shades. 6 Trackbacks For This Post Leave a Reply Related stuff Popular: This week Sites we recommend

Blog Déco - Fabriquer votre sapin de Noël en bois recyclé - DIY Envie d'une décoration de Noël originale, naturelle et à l'aspect un peu brut? Quoi de mieux qu'un sapin en bois de récupération fait maison? Une idée qui peut sembler étrange énoncée de la sorte, mais dont le résultat est réellement bluffant! Jugez par vous-mêmes... Quelques photos glanées sur la toile pour un Noël féerique ! Pour nous, c'est un immense coup de coeur! ★ Inspiration - Sapins en bois de palette, simplement découpée, ce que l'on préfère, ou démontées et réassemblées ★ Inspiration - Sapins en bois flottés, assemblés ou fixés... ambiance nature ! ★ Inspiration - Un sapin en rondins de bois, tout simplement Source / Crédits photos : 1, 7 et 10. 3. Et pour habiller ce sapin de bois de récupération, on ajoutera avec parcimonie quelques guirlandes, quelques boules de Noël ou quelques étoiles pour une décoration de Noël pleine de grâce et de magie...

Re: Portege R835-P56X wireless - why does it suck? - Toshiba Forums I think its the Intel Wifi 1000 card stock card. I replaced it with the Intel Wifi 6300 and added a third antenna for around $60 and it was easy. I have a new Cisco E4200 and I have seen 450 Mbps right next to the router but upstairs where I use the computer, its about 108 Mbps. I enabled QOS, WMM and prioritize on the 5 GHz band and can easily stream AVHDC Hi def video from my server. I could not get this from the stock card no matter what I did. I ordered the parts off Amazon, and did the install myself. As for the third antenna, I just coiled it up and taped it to the DVD drive. Shame on Toshiba for shipping with this crappy card.

DIY: Ear Cuff de Lacinho Olá diyers! Eu tinha postado uma foto de vários ear cuffs sem passo-a-passo aqui (vocês podem comentar quais querem), e resolvi fazer tutoriais para vocês. Já fiz um aqui. O de hoje é o de lacinho! Você precisa de arame e alicates. Passo1: Corte 15cm de arame. Passo2: No fio mais longo, meça uns 1,5cm do arco e dobre. Passo5: Com o resto do arame do 2º arco, enrole no centro. Passo6: Use um molde (eu usei o cabo do alicate) e crie o ear cuff. Não esqueça de deixar um ladinho da base mais longo e de entortar as dobras para dentro (fechando o ear cuff) para não cair da orelha. O resultado é esse! O pratinha ficou assim! O que vocês acharam?

Interview with Paper Artist Fideli Sundqvist I hope everyone had a great weekend! I’m sure you all have been waiting to see our latest interview, at least I am more than pleased to share it. This young lady is from Stockholm, Sweden and currently resides there as a graphic designer and illustrator both in the form of print, product designs and of course, paper! I’m pleased to introduce the talented Fideli Sundqvist. I hope you enjoy our interview with her. When I was 14-15 years old, I became very interested in music, I played in bands and gathered vinyl records. This is where my interest in “cutting” began. The linoleum technique reminded me a lot of paper cuts, both in craft and graphic expression. So the last five years I have been consumed by this technique. Last spring I took my bachelor’s degree from the Art Academy in Stockholm, Konstfack, Graphic Design & Illustration. What have been some favorite recent projects/clients/collaborations? How would you describe your creative process? How often do you get paper cuts?

DIY Cupid's Arrow Cupcake + Treat Bag Toppers Hello sweets! Back in November (during the madness of the holidays) Fossil got in touch and asked if I would like to create a Valentine DIY project to share on their site. I love Fossil, so my answer was a quick “yes.” Download Cupid’s Arrow Cupcake Printables Follow the steps provided on the PDF download above. If you’d like you can also follow the simple directions below to create charming little Cupid’s Arrow Treat Bag Toppers (using the same free download that I made for Fossil). Option II: Treat Bag Toppers Follow the directions found on Fossil to create your Cupid’s Arrow Toppers. Fold the top of your treat bag down and punch holes as shown above using a hole punch. Thread twine or yarn through the holes (if you want a bow in the back, thread through as shown – if you prefer it in the front, thread from the opposite side). Place one Cupid’s Arrow inside the loose loop. Remember to get the free download for this project and the Cupcake Toppers + Cupcake Wraps at Fossil right here.

Tutorial : couverture d'un agenda - Scrap & Cie !!! Tout d'abord, les photos sont un peu floues : désolée. C'est à cause du manque de lumière cet après-midi. Pour le matériel : juste une feuille 30X30, des ciseaux et de la colle et ... un agenda.J'ai d'abord repéré le centre de la feuille et fait une pliure de chaque côté à quelques millimètres. Ca, c'est pour l'épaisseur de la tranche de l'agenda. Donc, vous adaptez. Ensuite, j'ai posé l'agenda au centre et sur la tranche, puis j'ai tracé les contours. J'ai allongé les traits jusqu'aux bords de la feuille pour pouvoir faire des rabats et glisser l'agenda. Couper, plier Essayer, sans coller Et... décorer.

c u r i o | Imaging rare, unusual, and intriguing objects at the Brown University Library While the vast majority of my work involves photographing items in collection, it may also have become clear in my blog posts that I’m occasionally asked to document library events and library spaces. All of Brown’s libraries have some incredible spaces – for research, for teaching, for collaboration, and for study – and Brown has been diligent in their efforts to maintain their libraries as 21st-century learning environments. As a result, I often have the opportunity to document the renovation of these spaces, as well as the items in Brown’s collections that are on view in the libraries. This past October, Brown alumna and generous Brown University Library supporter Elizabeth Z. Chace (’59, PHB ’96 hon., GP ’13, GP ’15) donated Break Up of Time, 2006, by John Okulick. The challenging part about photographing the sculpture is its location; it’s great for visibility, but it’s tough to get a nice, straight-on shot of it.