Category Archives: Paper Crafts

Tissue Paper Flower

I wanted to share with you all this photo tutorial for a tissue paper flower, that is a great craft for both adults and kids, and can create some neat looking decorations for a party.

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Embroidered Cards Tutorial

Embroidering on cards can create a neat look. In order to do this project you will need: -card stock paper -embroidery floss and scissors -an image you want to embroider on to the card (If you want to use the image that I am using in this tutorial you can find it here -a sewing …

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Junk Mail Cards

So I was inspired by various pieces of art I have seen around, that utilize old magazine and junk mail, so I decided to start making some “junk mail cards”. In order to do this craft the supplies you will need are: -card stock -some junk mail or magazines you are willing to cut up …

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Homemade paper (cards)

I love making cards, and even more than that, I love making paper for cards! The process to make paper I’m going to explain here allows for paper that is 100% recycled (If you use paper from your recycling bin that is) and gives a great texture to the card. To make paper it requires …

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Paper Reed Mirror

So for my friends birthday as a broke college student and all I crafted for her this mirror in a few hours. It’s fairly simply to do, and made up of rolled up paper from magazines. As for the mirror it cost me $2.99 from Ikea! Picked up a couple extra mirrors as their are …

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Magazine Collage Bangle

I created this bangle awhile back by simply buying an old wooden bangle from value village. Then I simply cut out strips from a magazine in a variety of colours. From there you can simply use liquid white glue to attach the strips on around the bangle. From there give a glaze finish to it …

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Gift Boxes

Recently I had a party and for favours created these little paper boxes into which I put a bracelet and a candle. They were relatively easy to make and I got the pattern for them from http://smarksthespot.typepad.com/markspapercompany/2009/06/gift-box-tutorial.html and was created by Pam Callaghan.  There is a print out template for it so I simply loaded card-stock into my …

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