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1  Woven Paper Heart Baskets in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Pinkonnet on: September 21, 2013 12:17:37 AM


Paper weaving is a fun technique and looks impressive...you could also use this technique to weave some hearts out of beautiful textured papers and stuff them with goodies...they are fast, fun and I am sure kids & adults would enjoy them alike!!! You can try the same with felt material for a long lasting basket! These baskets can be used as party favors, filled with candy, or even as a craft to made during summer vacations...It may look tricky but once you figure them out and get the hang of it, they were so easy and quite addictive!

Danish Flag inspired Woven Heart


Tiled green and pink woven heart

For complete tutorial visit http://www.pinkonnet.com/woven-heart-basket
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2  Re: Recycled Magazine pages to a Party Ball decor in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 03:50:16 PM
Hi this is for you...hope this helps!!!


Step 1: You start with using a 7 1/2" plate for your circle pattern. Use the sketch pen to make the outline and cut to shape using a scissor.



Step 2:Fold the circle into 12 equal pie parts on similar lines as shown along side.

 
Step 3:Once the circle is folded notch on the folds using the scissor.


Step 4:Draw a line along the diameter of the circle at the centre. Trace around the plate once again on a stack of 15 magazine papers. Fold your pattern and draw a line through the centre of the circle. Staple the stack together on the line drawn atleast at 3 points. Placing the pattern make notches on the front page of the stack as shown...

 

Step 5:Cut out the stack of circles using the scissor. You make notice that due to the polished smooth surface of the magazine, if the staple clips are not stapled at 3 points the pages may move giving uneven edges and wrong output.
Using the scissors make notches on the stacked papers exactly on the marked points.


 
Step 6:Time for the final touches....First fold the stack into half on the line drawn.  Starting with the outermost page using the hot glue gun, make 3 glue dots as shown with one in centre and the other two in the notches on either side.

Turn to the next ge and glue 2 dots on the remaining two spots. Continue the same for the remaining sides...first 3 dots...then two...thus a make a glue dot on every other notch. Continue alternating the glued notches until there are no more pages left. Each stack of 15 magazine pages makes one half of each party ball. In similar fashion complete both sets of 15 magazine papers each.


Step 7:Once each half is ready they looks gorgeous! Hot glue each of these halves together and also place a ribbon on between the two party ball haves....
                                                   
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3  Re: Paper Origami Gift Box Tutorial Link in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 03:19:46 PM
Hi Gayle,

That sounds like a good idea! Trust me this gift box is really easy to make and once you assemble the base, you would get a hang of it and finishing the lid would be a piece of cake. You could make this gift box in 3 sizes as well....Hope this pic convinces you to try making the gift box...



Happy crafting...let me know your friend's reaction!
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4  Halloween Frameable Arts - Free PRINTABLES in Halloween Decor and Parties by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 08:44:45 AM

If you have been thinking about decorating for Halloween and needed a single accent piece, then these prints would do the trick. They would look fantastic in a black vintage frame (or any color) & sitting on a mantle or table. These prints are sized for an 8 x 10 frame but could easily be enlarged to fit an 11 x 14 or whatever size you needed. I have also included the free pdf links below the pics. Check my take on Halloween subway arts.

Something Spooky

http://www.pinkonnet.com/images/pdf/frameable%20art.pdf


Something Spooktacular....

http://www.pinkonnet.com/images/pdf/spooktacular%20frameable%20art.pdf


Something subway inspired....

http://www.pinkonnet.com/images/pdf/halloween%20subway%20art.pdf
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5  Tissue paper Chinese Lanterns in Crafty Housewares: Completed Projects: General by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 04:25:04 AM



Chinese Lanterns are a common home decor! You could easily revamp the plain looking Chinese lanterns using some tissue papers. These closely resemble a peony flower just before they bloom! And if that was not enough, these fabulous creations only take about thirty minutes each to make.

Check this easy peasy tutorial at http://www.pinkonnet.com/tissue-paper-lantern
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6  Tissue paper pom-poms in Weddings and Bridal Showers by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 04:00:55 AM




Tissue paper pom-poms are easy to make and are prefect for decorating birthday parties, baby showers, reception venues and even gifts. They are inexpensive, can make them in any color of your choice, they look gorgeous and they are EASY to make, they seriously are!

Veiw the tutorial at http://www.pinkonnet.com/tissue-paper-pompoms
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7  Recycled Magazine pages to a Party Ball decor in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: Reconstructed by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 03:53:04 AM


What do you do with old magazines??? instead of throwing them away .....Learn how to make recycled magazine party balls and save some money next time you decorate for a celebration! Make these unique looking party balls for free and embellish your party space within minutes...

Step 1: You start with using a 7 1/2" plate for your circle pattern. Use the sketch pen to make the outline and cut to shape using a scissor.


Step 2:Fold the circle into 12 equal pie parts on similar lines as shown along side.

Step 3:Once the circle is folded notch on the folds using the scissor.

Step 4:Draw a line along the diameter of the circle at the centre. Trace around the plate once again on a stack of 15 magazine papers. Fold your pattern and draw a line through the centre of the circle. Staple the stack together on the line drawn atleast at 3 points. Placing the pattern make notches on the front page of the stack as shown...

Step 5:Cut out the stack of circles using the scissor. You make notice that due to the polished smooth surface of the magazine, if the staple clips are not stapled at 3 points the pages may move giving uneven edges and wrong output.
Using the scissors make notches on the stacked papers exactly on the marked points.

 
Step 6:Time for the final touches....First fold the stack into half on the line drawn.  Starting with the outermost page using the hot glue gun, make 3 glue dots as shown with one in centre and the other two in the notches on either side.

Turn to the next ge and glue 2 dots on the remaining two spots. Continue the same for the remaining sides...first 3 dots...then two...thus a make a glue dot on every other notch. Continue alternating the glued notches until there are no more pages left. Each stack of 15 magazine pages makes one half of each party ball. In similar fashion complete both sets of 15 magazine papers each.

Step 7:Once each half is ready they looks gorgeous! Hot glue each of these halves together and also place a ribbon on between the two party ball haves....

For the entire free tutorial with pictures visit http://www.pinkonnet.com/recycled-party-ball
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8  Paper Origami Gift Box Tutorial Link in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Pinkonnet on: September 20, 2013 03:46:17 AM


Like most, I am also fascinated by the wonders one can create with paper using origami technique. In this case a square gift box with a lid that makes use of a technique called unit origami - a new way of folding paper by joining parts to form final object. By using two patterns of paper and slotting the different ones together alternatively, you can create an attractive and striking patchwork effect, seen in this Gift Box.

You can check the entire free tutorial at http://www.pinkonnet.com/gift-box-diy
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