Posts Tagged ‘papercraft’

July 20th: National Moon Day

National Moon Day commemorates the day when man first walked on the moon, back in 1969. Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin captured the imagination of the entire world with their journey, but the moon has always inspired artists and crafters to create beautiful works. Check out this fantastic collection of moon inspired crafting, and […]

Spotlight on: Quilling

During the summer when we travel it is always nice to have crafts we can take with us. Quilling is something that is easy to carry, lightweight and can be done anywhere. In the car, on a plane, on the beach, on a rainy day, etc. What is quilling you ask? Quilling is simply the […]

Spotlight on: Steampunk Genre in Crafts

Ever hear the old saying, “I know what I like when I see it”? Well, that is how I would describe my first encounter with steampunk art. Had no clue what it was called, but knew I liked the mix of textures sephia tones and metal parts. Then I began to research and find out […]

Rock Paper Scissors: 2009 Featured Projects!

Every year we like to feature our top paper projects posted on the Papercraft Board. The 16 we have featured this year got the highest number of “This Rocks” votes by other members. Please check out the Featured Projects post to see the best of 2009. You’ll be amazed at what some people can do […]

Rock Paper Scissors: Inchies!

Inchies are tiny pieces of art, measuring just one inch by one inch square. It’s often asked on Craftster: “What the heck do you do with inchies?” Well, MuffinPuffART has a great answer to that question! She made 30 inchies and framed them together to make this adorable art for her cousin’s firstborn son, Oliver. […]