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Cool paper toy. [VIDEO]

Cool paper toy. [VIDEO]

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Paper weaving By Kate on June 29, 2011 I really liked the woven gift-topper I made a few weeks ago and thought it looked really pixely! Just perfect for space invaders… I think it would make a cool little project for big kids and grown-ups! All you need are strips of paper and some sticky tape. You could use them as gift-toppers, or make a card from them or stick them in a frame. If you want a ‘how-to’ then click on the ‘more’ link below. If you fancy a change from rainbow then neon works well too! Have you worked on a project lately that you are pleased with…if so, tell me about it (leave a comment below)! Off topic: Thanks for all your comments/emails regarding Macrame. How-to I used multicoloured strips for the horizontal weaves and white for the vertical ones*. 1) Cut out lots of paper strips. 2) I lay all my white strips on a table top and put a length of sticky tape at the top of the strips to keep them secure. 3) Weave away If you need a hand, leave a comment below and I’ll get back to you asap

Wild Scenics Pictures [ View fewer images per page ] Click here to show (or hide) search and display options [ For a large image and details: click on photo to stay in current window, click on photo ID to open new window.] The Brownie Project The Surreal Paintings of Vladimir Kush The Surreal Paintings of Vladimir Kush posted by Damian M. under Photography on Mar 21st, 2010 with 32 Comments 21 Mar 0 Share 23 Photos Of... said Feb 4th, 2012 Love the city skylines in pics 2 and 3, amazing! Michael Plus Rebecca Burford said Dec 13th, 2011 Vladimir has a new iPad app showcasing his work! RouLitO said Nov 26th, 2011 These are absolutely beautiful pieces of art. Ayisha Papiya said Sep 14th, 2011 Wow unbelievable nice painting you are absolutely brilliant painter thanks a lot for sharing !!!! Coach Purses said Jun 18th, 2011 Nice to see this picture Coach Sneakers Lindsay Marie said May 17th, 2011 Love these, So Creative! brux said Jun 30th, 2010 estan muy bonitas las imagenes, me gusta mucho.. saludillos jeje Designer Handbags said Jun 28th, 2010 These are all very clever ideas and a lot of them are really funny. Coach Purses said Jun 27th, 2010 Great picture ever in my life. sir jorge said Jun 26th, 2010 definitely amazing

Cork Board String Art I saw this tutorial by Chris of Man Made and I loved it. Also read the little bit he wrote about how string art became popular in the late 60s and 70s. I showed it to my mother and she said that she used to make string art when she was younger but had completely forgotten about it (and she is more of a math person than an art person). I actually do have a fun thread and nail project planned, but for now I took this basic idea and turned it into something fun that everyone can do with things lying around the house. All you need is embroidery floss, thread, yarn, or even rubber bands, thumb tacks, and a cork board. This is such a fun project for a teenage girl's room or a dorm. Here's what I did. First, print off letters that you want to use and cut them out. Lay the letters on the cork board where you want them. Tie the end of string around the bottom of one of the tacks. Now push the tacks all the way into the board.

Adult/teenage Craft By Kate on March 11, 2014 Hello! Last year I made some ‘origami bunny’ chocolate bar wrappers and I thought the bunny would look nice on these treat boxes. The design is really minimal and suitable for kids and grown-ups. If you want to make a real origami bunny then check out this post at howaboutorange. Are you making anything for Easter? The sun has finally started shining in the UK after a long, wet winter. // Pastel paper or thin card // Glue stick or double sided tape // Scissors // Something to score your paper with. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. - Cut along solid lines - Score and fold along dotted lines Skateboarding Art by Haroshi I think these wooden Skateboarding Art sculptures are simply stunning. All these works of art are by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi. They are made from skateboard deck, believe it or not. All these art pieces were made by sculptor Haroshi. Haroshi makes his art pieces recycling old used skateboards. Here are more of his artistic works… Please Stumble this Post: Top Image: Haroshi Fire Hydrant [link]. Above images: Wooden Shoe and Sneaker Sole. [© link] You can see more Haroshi “Skateboarding Art” over on Want Some More Daily Inspiration? If you’d like some further daily inspiration, then why don’t you check out Giant Redwood Trees of California. ★ Related Posts here on Design Soak Magazine ★

Tutorial: Homemade Sidewalk Chalk | oh my! handmade goodness by Michelle Vackar, Modern Handmade Child One of our favorite outside activities at our home is drawing with chalk on the driveway. You can play hopscotch, four-square, and of course draw and create silly stories. What you will need: • Toilet paper or paper towel tubes • Scissors • Duct tape • Wax paper • Small bucket or disposable container to make the recipe • ¾ cup of warm water • 1 ½ cups Plaster of Paris • 2-3 tablespoons of tempera paint • Paper bag or a “mess mat” ** we made six tubes of chalk – we simply doubled the above recipe Step 1: If you are using paper towel tubes, cut each tube in half, so it is roughly the length of a toilet paper roll tube. Step 2: Cover one end of each tube with duct table to hold the contents within. Step 3: Cut as many pieces of wax paper as you have tubes. Step 4: Pour the warm water into your bucket. Step 5: Next you will want to pour the tempera paint into the Plaster of Paris mixture and stir so that it is mixed thoroughly.

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Fall Bookmarks {How to Embroider Card Stock} Embroidered Fall Leaf Bookmark & Fabric Window Falling Leaves Bookmark First cut strips of card stock. I cut mine about 2 inches wide, and 11 inches long. How to embroider card stock. I love the look of embroidered card stock. There are probably a lot of ways to go about it, but this is the method that I used. First lightly pencil the outline of your leaf. Next, use a large needle to poke holes where you will be sewing. Using only one strand of thread, go through and embroider the leaf. To add the round tab at the top of the bookmark, cut a half circle with a cutter. Wrap some embroidery thread around four fingers. To make the fabric leaf bookmark, simply lightly pencil the outline of your leaves. I glued the front and back piece of the bookmark together.

8-bit popup cards Hello! Remember that pixel heart card I made a while back? Well it has been one of my most popular tutorials to date so I thought I would add another few designs to the collection. Meet ‘space-invader popup’ and ‘skull popup': Like the heart card, they are really minimal (which I just love) and easy to make once you have got the hang of it. You definitely need a craft knife (and a steady hand) to make these cards this project is only really suitable for adults or teenagers. If you want to have a go at making them you will find full instructions and downloadable templates after the jump. Suitable for: Teenagers & grown upsCard size: 8.5cm x 6.5cmEnvelope size: 9cm x 7cm You will need: ♥ Paper ♥ Craft knife ♥ Ruler (preferably a metal one) ♥ Cutting mat (optional) ♥ Needle (or compass point) for scoring 1. Then cut and score along the correct lines on the template (see diagrams below for more guidance). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. If you have any questions then do ask (leave a comment below).

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