HOW TO MAKE FOUR EASY DIY PAPER LEAVES - FREE PRINTABLE
Get crafty this fall with these easy folded paper leaves. These homemade leaves are so simple to make and ideal for all sorts of autumn craft projects. Change the colour depending on the season and these pretty paper leaves will make a fantastic year-round decoration.
How to make giant bendable paper flowers stems · The Glitzy Pear
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How to use branches creatively – 30 DIY projects for your home
We are constantly trying to include nature into our homes by growing plants inside the house and by using other symbolic elements. But how about something that’s both simple and of great impact? The key is branches. You can use them for a multitude of amazing DIY projects such as: Branch shelves and decorative accents....
Brielle’s Woodland Creature 1st Birthday Party - All About Ami
Explore a woodland creature-themed birthday party filled with forest decor and creative food such as an owl cake, s'more pops, and hedgehog cookies!
Making a Tree Prop: Part Two
The 10 foot tree build began with the trunk. I was able to get most of what I needed from my local OSH Hardware. I decided it would be 7 feet high, leaving room for another 3 feet or so of branches. I used 12 inch wide concrete form tubes. The ones in stock were only 4 feet high so I needed two (cutting one down to 3 feet high). I glued and screwed four 1x2 furring strips inside the first tube. These act as ribs reinforcing the trunk and also became where I added shelf brackets securing it…
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paper mache tree instructions - I'm not going to make a creepy Halloween tree... but this is good for instructions.
Rocks made from stuffed brown paper lunch bags, glued shut,
Rocks made from stuffed brown paper lunch bags, glued shut, spray painted with several stone colors, and textured stone spray paint here and there too...good f
Paint Party Friday: Papier Mache
Linda and I are the decorators for an October banquet. In preparation for the upcoming banquet my classroom has become the crafting center. We are creating a tree! This is the beginning. I will post additional pictures as we progress. The photo here is of the main trunk. Branches will drop down from the ceiling as if the tree grew through. Only one branch has been constructed so far (not pictured). So far, I have done this with one small roll of chicken wire. I need another for the branches…