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Origami - Shining Alice

Origami - Shining Alice
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Tuto couture super facile! Patron pochette pour mouchoirs – AnnyMay Matériel Créatif C'est le temps de sortir vos retailles de tissus! Voici un projet de couture très facile et très court... Mais au combien mignon! Ces pochette sont la solution parfaite pour transporter vos paquets de papier mouchoir individuel. Belles et pratiques. On commence par se faire un patron en carton. Ensuite on taille le tissu. Ensuite, on passe un surjet tout le tour (ou un point zigzag) pour empêcher l'effilochage du tisssu. On replit le bord le plus court (sans cran) de 1cm et on pique un ourlet. On fait la même chose de l'autre côté. On pique une couture de 1cm, en faisant de bons points d'arrêts au départ, au cran et à la fin. J'aime beaucoup en avoir un dans mon sac à main; mon paquet de mouchoir reste beau et propre plus longtemps... N'hésitez pas à me laisser vos commentaires ou vos idées! Pour d'autres tutos couture, c'est par ici!

modern origami modern origami design & photo jun mitani Jun Mitani is a computer engineer, but he’s also a paper artisan; he designs origami pieces with computer programs that he develops himself. The beauty of his creations might be in the clearness and smooth complexity of the shapes, almost just curves. The pattern is scored on a sheet of paper by a cutting plotter. That’s why his art work is not just the folded origami pieces but also the software programs.Recently,Jun Mitani collaborated to »132 5. Jun Mitani creations are really at the confluence of Art & Science, one of the long term trend for the future. Text by Caroline Aufort. mitani

Rita Jul-bilder steg för steg | Bildlärarbloggen I dag på bildlektionerna i åk 6 har jag lett dem steg för steg igenom ritandet. Vi började med att dela in ett A4 papper i 16 rutor. Eleverna fick mäta med linjal och försiktigt skissa upp rutmönstret. Dessa rutor skulle fungera som hjälplinjer. Varje steg ritar jag först på tavlan så att eleverna sen på sitt papper får rita samma sak. Det roliga med uppgiften är att eleverna får inte veta vad det är de ritar. Första gruppen fick rita en julpingvin. Den andre gruppen fick göra ett tomteansikte. Star Box I suppose it isn't exactly the right time of year for stars and lanterns, but I've got a paper folding fascination at the moment and so was drawn to a project I had wanted to do back in Autumn. During last lantern season I was looking everywhere for instructions to make these beautiful paper lanterns and couldn't find them anywhere. I ended up purchasing a lantern that was already made and since I've been struggling with some difficult folds and designs of other paper crafts, I decided to unfold the seemingly simple lantern I bought and figure the thing out for myself. Since in my own quest for instructions I crossed paths with many other people looking for the same thing, I thought I'd do my best to share what I learned. Begin with a 12" square of paper to end up with a lantern that is about 7" across when complete. (Feb., 2012 edit: A video tutorial of this project can now be found here.) For crisper creases and to help fold thicker card stocks, try using a bone folder.

Origami - Artis Bellus: June 2011 An origami Card Holder is a very nice, yet inexpensive gift for Father's Day. It can have an elegant or casual look depending on the paper choice. The model was designed by Humiaki Huzita. The instructions can be found in several books, like The Practical Illustrated Encyclopedia of Origami , by Rick Beech and Origami, Easy-to-Make Paper Creations by Gay Merrill Gross. The model display both sides of the paper, so I tried different combinations: Black Card Holder: I cut a sheet of 9"x 12" from a 12" x 12"of textured Canson Expressions paper, that is the same color on both sides. Leaves Card Holder: I cut one sheet of 9"x 12" from a 12" x 12" scrapbook paper with a leaf motif, and another one of 8" x 12" from a gold scrapbook paper. Felt Card Holder: I used a 9" x 12" sheet of alligator embossed felt and a sheet of 9.5" x 12.5" gold wrapping paper. The result was great, but the material was very difficult to handle, as the felt was very thick and difficult to fold.

Tangrams Here's some puzzling fun for the kids from ancient China! Tangrams, "seven pieces of cleverness", are an ancient Chinese puzzle which is still mind-bending and intriguing today! We've developed some fun printable tangram puzzles which are perfect for kids - they help with logic and thinking skills, dexterity .. and they are just plain puzzling fun! Explore our tangram puzzle printables below... How to play Print out one of our Tangram templates - either in colour or black and white - onto cardstock. Teachers - you can always print these patterns out in greyscale if you are using them in the classroom! Why not print out a set of the tangram puzzle pages, laminate them, and keep them as time-fillers for children who have finished their work early? Print our black and white tangram template onto card, colour, and then cut carefully along the lines to make the seven pieces. Print our colour tangram template onto card and cut - very carefully - along the lines to make the seven pieces.

Create a new strip You are using an ancient web browser, Stripgenerator does not work properly in it.Get rid of Internet Explorer 6! Upgrade to a new version or use another browser like Chrome, Opera, Safari or Firefox. StripGenerator Say hello to manoli_martin 384,934 Members 1,029,293 Strips Sign in or register Merchandise Spring Cherry Tree Spring Cherry Blossom Tree ~ Beautiful Kids Art I love cherry trees and any tree that blossoms in the spring. I can’t wait for our street to be lined with beautiful blossoms, but until then the kids made these beautiful Spring Cherry Tree Paintings. They were so easy to make, and I have to say the kids really enjoyed making them! To make your own Cherry Blossom Tree, you will need: Watercolor paperWatercolors, brush and container of waterBlack acrylic paint thinned to a watery consistencyEye dropperStrawVarious shades of pink, purple and white acrylic paint. Tips for working with watercolors: Start with a wet paper. Using different shades of green watercolors to create the grass and varying shades of blue for the sky. Water down the black paint so it has a more ink like consistency. The kids loved this part! Once they got the technique down, we moved onto their cherry tree. Squeeze the various shades of paint onto one pallet. We used a similar technique to create this simple Spring Tree.

Tuto du sac noué Premier tuto et premier jeu de l'année : celle qui trouvera un nom sympa pour ce "sac noué" recevra une surprise ! Pour réaliser ce sac, vous devrez reproduire le patron ci-dessous en tenant compte de l'échelle (1 carreau = 1 cm). Edit du 9/01 : rosepompon m'a demandé le métrage nécessaire. Pour avoir un sac des mêmes dimensions que le mien, vous devrez prévoir un coupon de 110 x 40 cm pour l'intérieur et un autre pour l'extérieur. Le premier trait à l'intérieur correspond au patron d'origine du magazine. Il vous faudra prévoir 1 cm de plus pour les coutures. Couper 2 parties "sac" et une "anse" dans le tissu extérieur. Marquez à la craie ou au feutre effaçable, le milieu de chaque pièce. Faire coïncider ces 2 marques et poser la première partie du sac sur la partie anse endroit sur endroit. Coudre les 2 pièces ensemble en commençant par le milieu (là où vous avez fait votre marque à la craie) pour avoir des pièces bien centrées. Repassez et nouez les anses. Et voilà !

Japanese Packaging Templates - Best Used With Card Stock or Color Paper I’m not sure how I discovered this awesome collection of packaging templates but I’m glad I did! Some professor or student at a japanese univeresity was nice enough to share all their packaging templates with the world! These are a few of my favorites and you can see all of them on their website. Every situation is covered! You sell Bon Bons? P.S. stumbleupon

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