Craft Works

light weight and simple quilledearring

light weight and simple quilledearring

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Art Work: A Gift to my Teacher

Art Work: A Gift to my Teacher

This wall hanging was made by my son, using the Pista nut shells and the pencil shaving waste. It was his own idea. As he wanted it to be for all his teacher’s he opted for subject flags to indicate every teacher. His teacher was very impressed. »

Paper Quilling…Peacock

Paper Quilling…Peacock

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Brinjal Hundi

This is done with the help of a blown balloon. First we have to blow the balloon and then start sticking bits of papers all over it using glue. We can have any shape. When it gets completely dry, then color it. »

Woolen Mat

Woolen Mat

you can do this by the same size you can do big size also but need is only the frame..and in that frame some nails are there to round up for the woolen threads. and the snails have to be the foursides of the thread.(the square shape and the hexagon frames are there in market i think. but my mom used to give order to the merchant to create the frames)and have to put knots between the woolen to make... »

Macrame Work

Macrame Work

I had a wonderful time creating this Macrame project when I was a teenager, and felt that this pattern should be shared. This work has webbed feet, an open mouth, and large eyes. You can attach a ring to his feet to make him into a towel holder, or simply add a branch and a few silk flowers for a wall decoration. »

Paper Art

Paper Art

I made a Paper art greeting card I have used the materials to make the greeting card are Paper, color pencils, Paper cutting for making butterfly, Glue to stick the butterfly on the card. »

Photoframe

Photoframe

With the kids at home more, aren’t we all looking for more and more craft ideas to keep them busy and occupied? Today’s project is perfect for kids and toddlers. And I love this project because not only is it easy and quick to make- it looks cute and is reusable as well! Making stuff with popsicle sticks has always been fun for me and today I will walk you through the steps to make a photo frame t... »

Origamy Basket

Origamy Basket

(1)To make a lid for your box, create a square of paper half a centimeter larger than the first box, and repeat all steps. (2)An alternate method for making a lid is to repeat the steps with the same size paper, but on steps 12 and 13, don’t fold the edges all the way to the center. Instead, leave about 1/8 of an inch between the edge and the center on both sides. (3)If your paper is colored... »

Flowers

Flowers

The sunflowers are finally blooming, good thing as we came within a hairs width of having frost the last two nights. Oh well, that’s life in Calgary. To keep us in sunflowers thru Sept. we have to make some paper ones. The kids were up for it so here we go. »

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