I just did it! And with that final tuck I exclaimed, sitting all by myself, "NEAT!" That was an excellent tutorial. I burned a few cds for Mother's Day, used plain white paper for the envelope, and now I will cut little squares from pretty scrapbooking paper to jazz them up a bit on the untucked side.
Next week we are having our annual Poverty Awareness Week at my law school. I'd like to have some sort of crafty activity that students can participate in for an hour or two that would be useful for those in need. Last semester we made the knotted fleece blankets which really went well. But, I'd like to do something else/less costly.
Ideas that do not require specific skills for non-sewers/non-knitters that would still be useful?
I was thinking some kind of simple children's toy but I don't know what exactly.
This is my law student tree, the first time I ever settled for a fake tree. Turns out, I like it. Easy and still quite pretty. It was one of my black friday purchases. It makes exam time a little less horrendous.
I second funtobewith's request. These would be great, inexpensive gifts for my cousins who galavant from place to place. More details, pretty please? They look awesome! I currently just have a ribbon bow on mine but it's gotten crushed and mangled.