Paper Crafts (Page 2)

The 2 earliest crafts I remember making are paper chains, held together with a flour paste my mom made, and snowflakes. I can remember folding construction paper into eighths, instead of sixths, because eighths were easier to fold, and cutting through 8 layers of construction paper with those blunt end,Read More →

Materials: Christmas Fabric (a pattern that cuts down to 4″ x 5″ nicely) Pretty Card Stock (available at office supply stores) Matching Envelopes (size 4.5″ x 5.75″) Inside Greeting Layout (make your own or download ours) Paper Cutter or Scissors Pinking Sheers Glue Stick Get pretty colored card stock andRead More →

It’s fall and you have a gift to give. Why not make the wrappings as beautiful as the gift inside? Below are the directions for creating this autumn gift wrap with flower bow that embraces all that’s lovely in autumn. Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother’s houseRead More →

Whether you keep this card simple or embellish it with ornaments and glitter, its simple cutout shape will make for a lovely handmade Christmas card to share with family and friends. Very easy to make, you’ll have a stack ready for mailing in no time! HO! HO! HO! Materials: greenRead More →

The kids and I have spent some time playing with these really cute paper dolls from The Toymaker. It is a lovely site with lots of free Paper Toy Patterns… worth checking out. The Tiny Littles Paper Dolls have some very cute Halloween Costumes. My kids’ favorites were the fairyRead More →