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Cool Origami Toys and Action Figures, Origami instructions

Cool Origami Toys and Action Figures, Origami instructions
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LE KIRIGAMI & LES CARTES POP UP | THE LADIES PAPER Vous connaissiez l’origami et bien découvrez désormais le kirigami où l’art de la découpe du papier. Pour la petite seconde culturelle, Kiru signifie « couper » et Kami « papier », ils ont mis un G entre les deux, ne me demandez pas pourquoi. Le Kirigami se voit beaucoup dans les faire-parts de mariage, de baptême, les cartes d’anniversaire. La carte Pop Up est une carte en 3D. Là vous me dites « bah c’est un kirigami alors ! Ci-dessous plusieurs vidéos et tutoriaux pour vous initier à cet art du papier. Voici plusieurs sites pour retrouver des tutoriaux ou des patrons. kirigamis gratuits en folie www.uncledean.net www.creativepopupcards.com www.kirigami.fr www.robertsabuda.com www.teteamodeler.com www.peterdahmen.de A vos ciseaux et papiers ! Image en couverture : www.eastchesterlibrary.org Article écrit par Lady Cupcake J'aime : J'aime chargement…

LEGO bricks + paper toys by muji apr 12, 2012 LEGO bricks + paper toys by muji a new series of kits by LEGO and muji lets users form three-dimensional figures out of LEGO pieces and paperabove, LEGO and paper ‘ladybug’ muji and LEGO have partnered to create new ‘LEGO bricks and paper’ kits, a DIY toy set that lets users construct 3D animals and other figures, including functioning spinning tops and toy airplanes. the first editions of the set, featured on designboom in 2009 (here!) unboxing of the ‘basic’ set view of unboxed pieces, ‘animals and vehicles’ playing box view (left to right): ‘animals and vehicles’, ‘movement’ a christmas kit, as well as a different ‘animals and creatures’ set, were two of the four original editions that muji and LEGO released in 2009; see images from them in designboom’s article ‘muji + LEGO toy collaboration‘. functioning LEGO and paper whirlygig tops various creations from the sets ‘turtle’ the ‘LEGO hole punch‘ lets users create their own designs jenny filippetti I designboom

DIY Paper Feathers A few weeks ago I was helping my friend create her hat decoration for the Kentucky Derby party we were going to be attending together. We made over-sized paper flowers in bright pinks and plums and added some huge paper feathers into the mix to finish the over-the-top look. They were so pretty I knew I had to create a post for you on making a smaller version of these simple paper feathers. You can use them for gift toppers, a wedding boutonniere, put a few in a shadow box to hang on your wall, or. . . make a paper feather wreath for your summertime decor. Stay tuned for the wreath post later this week.

How To: Paper Butterfly Garland This pretty paper butterfly garland is a sinch* to make, and it’s likely you have all the materials required sitting in your craft cupboard already. I made a prototype a while ago and thought I was a genius to invent this cute but simple design. Turns out that nothing is original and it’s been done before, but stringing the butterflies up to make a garland, totally me! (*means super easy) So if you need to brighten up a dull space, or have a party to decorate for, dig out some pretty paper and get folding, here’s how… You will need: For each butterfly 2 x coloured origami paper squares (15x15cm/6×6″) double sided colour is best but use whatever you have on hand, or cut squares from pretty gift wrap matching pipe cleaner (chenille stem) cut to 15cm / 6″ lengthTo hang twine, thin ribbon or yarn How to: 1. 3. 7. All done. Emma was delighted when she saw the garland, it would have been perfect as a decoration for her Flower Garden Birthday Party.

Easy Origami Envelope | If you’d like to make these cute little “Flap Lock” Origami Envelopes–all you’ll need is a piece of square paper…any size. I used Christmas scrapbook paper. 1. Fold the paper in half to form a triangle. Make sure your edges are even. 2. 3. fold the right corner about 1/3 of the way to the left. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. And there you have it! Now scurry off and make a million of these–or at least 24 if you’re using them for the Family Advent Countdown Calendar. Not in the mood to fold your own?

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Papertoy LEGO Truck de BoxZet Décidément, LEGO est partout en ce moment. D’ailleurs, j’ai bien aimé leur dernière campagne ‘ LEGO Créativité ‘ (il faut dire que je suis fan à la base…). Un univers complètement barré avec des photos et une vidéo bien sympas : www.legocreativite.fr Parce qu’on pardonne tout à leur créativité Pour en revenir à notre affaire, si vous kiffez les et les , ce BoxZet est incontournable ! A télécharger et à imprimer en cliquant sur l’aperçu qui suit… Je crois que c’est mon BoxZet préféré ! Partager Par Toy Boy , le 28 octobre 2012 dans Art , Cute , DIY , Designers , Dioramas , Divers , Déco , Enfants , Evénements , Geek , Humour , Lifestyle , Noël , Papercraft , Papertoys , Personnages , Urban / Street , Vintage , Véhicules

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. Like all traditional origami, no glue or cutting (once the basic outside shape of the paper is made) are required. I feared that once I unfolded my lovely store-bought version I wouldn't be able to get it back together but thankfully it wasn't nearly as difficult as I assumed. Begin with a 12" square of paper to end up with a lantern that is about 7" across when complete. Cut off the four marked corners of the paper.

Scratchboard Cards I often get asked if making your own art materials saves money. The honest answer is that sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn’t, a fact I find true of DIY projects in general. But cost is not the main reason I like to make things myself; I really just enjoy the exploration and I hope to pass on this fascination with how things are made to my kids. Case in point, these fun scratchboard cards! Can you purchase scratchboard at a low cost? Of course! India Ink Pros:Covers the card evenly and quicklyLooks best when dryCons: You have to have India Ink on handThe ink gets used up quicklyThe final surface chips a little when scratched “Tempera paint + liquid detergent” Pros:Easy to pull together on a moment’s notice with everyday materialsScratches really easily and doesn’t chipCons:The mixture gets a little frothy so the coverage is unevenMultiple coats required In the end both methods work so pick which one is best for you! Materials Instructions You’re done!

Pysselbolaget | Inspirerande, kreativa och enkla pyssel att göra tillsammans! 3D Paper Owl from mmmcrafts The gifted Larissa from mmmcrafts is here sharing her amazing talents with an unbelievable 3D paper owl. Larissa writes… Left: art made with this tutorial, Right: art made with alternate colors (see note at the end of the tutorial) Hey, Craft Campers! This 3D paper owl art project is for you and your crafty older kids, say around 11-ish years and up, who can wield a pair of scissors, handle smallish pieces and follow placement instructions carefully. Moms: You can definitely young this down by cutting out the shapes for younger kids, and skipping the pop dots and folding. Alrighty young crafters, here’s what you will need to make the nighttime owl pictured above: my PDF download with all the pattern pieces (get it here)printerrulerclear tapebutter knife for scoring8.5 x 11 piece of poster board (you can cut one from a larger piece)8.5 x 11 inch heavy scrapbooking paper in the following colors: orange, brown, dark teal, black, light brown, red, and yellow. Got all that together?

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