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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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« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2013 10:37:44 PM »

So . . . weird coincidence - I loved making these with my Mom when I was a little kid and I was just thinking I should look up the pattern, and what should I come upon but your wonderful post.  Thank you!  Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2013 03:28:37 PM »

Hi Helcura,

Glad this tutorial brought back happy memories. Even I found it too addictive...Njoy crafting and make some heart baskets for your near & dear ones.... Smiley

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Pinkonnet
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« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2013 12:03:37 PM »

These are darling. I need to try them this weekend. I'm not great at using straight visuals to put stuff together, but your full tutorial has enough information I feel like I can probably pull this off.
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« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2013 02:32:57 PM »

These are very nice. And simple enough for kids, or newbie paper crafters. I have printed some that are more intricate patterns off the internet, too. But I have not yet tried them. Give it a google...there are lots of designs out there. They are very easy to weave, once you get the hang of it. I have done some similar to these with my daughter. In fact, I'm sure I also took it into her classroom and helped the kids there learn how. For Mommy take-home presents.

And a suggestion for the Holidays...these would be great on the tree with tiny treats for the kids {or the kid in all of us!} Made in your choice of holiday colors. Heck, leave your tree up through to Valentines  Roll Eyes I have. It was New Years tree, Valentine, and Easter one year. Redecorated accorgingly. Obviously an artificial tree.

Little Hershey kisses, peppermints, even M&M's... Just watch the dog. People snax...not Scooby snax. Grin

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GREAT TUTE. YOU SPELLED THINGS OUT WELL WITH YOUR PHOTOS. A picture IS worth a thousand words, sometimes.

Ooops. Another idea...string these into a form of "bunting" for the mantle, or doorway? I have made itsy bitsy tiny ones, too.
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