This scrapbooking page was so easy to create using great products and the fabulous new collection from Anna griffin of the Seafarer Designer Paper/Card Collection.
In this project I make a full 12x12inch scrapbooking page with my Bridal photo. I explain the layers and show you how I arrange the details and the flowers to create a glorious page fit for any album. Step 1: Now Watch the Tutorial
I have used the DCWV Ocean Breeze stack to make this gorgeous card.I have used a couple of the card sheets from the stack and the borders as well as one of the sentiments.
In this cardmaking tutorial I make a glorious card from the DCWV Hello Darling cardstock stack. It is a easy to make card but it looks so impressive, ideal for anyone that likes a little bit of fussy cutting and decoupage, all from the stack.. Step 1: Now Watch the Tutorial
In this cardmaking tutorial, I make a gorgeous peacock green butterfly card with an embossed background using lots of Anna griffin products, old and new. If you do not have the old products you could substitute them with products you do have already in your stash. Step 1: Now Watch the Tutorial
In this cardmaking tutorial I show you how I make a cute and quick card using the DCWV Jet Black Stack and I show you that just because it is all black that you can add some colour to make your card pop. This is a really great card project that is easy to make and could be made with any of the stacks that are available or many of the supplies that you probably already own. Step 1: Now Watch the Tutorial
This demonstration show how to make this card that looks like it could be quite time consuming and complicated but after watching this you will see how easy it is. Step 1: Items Used
This cardmaking tutorial is part 3 of a mini series all about the Creative Expressions Gemini Die called Corvus. I have made this pretty pink & white card using a different method for using the die and it is inset rather then used with edges. Step 1: Items Used
This card demonstrations shows how I have used the Creative Expressions Die from the Sue Wilson Gemini range, this one is called Corvus. This is Part2 of a mini series. .
Instead of a tutorial this is really a card idea for what to do with large stamps/images/rub ons/stickers etc.. and a really quick & easy option. Step 1: Items Used
This is one more cool illusion by maricv84, one where you slide a transparent sheet with black bars overtop a cryptic image to create an animated effect.
The pencil holder's design uses about two paper towel rolls, but thicker than what you would usually see. This pencil holder has 3 compartments with all different heights. Corrugated cardboard bottom and used Elmer's white glue, a trusted brand. It could hold more than 35 pencils.
One amazing Japanese papercraft enthusiast has built a walking 'robot' that's made of nothing more than paper, rubber bands, and a few wooden shafts for stability. It's been dubbed the 'Paper Robot III,' and even the cogs and gears are made of paper. The creator made a video detailing his entire process, and he's selling kits to make your own for about $40 US, if you're too lazy to do everything from scratch.
Stop me if you've heard this one before. A man walks into a bicycle shop, hears about a canoe made of cardboard and is inspired to make an awesome, fully-functional cardboard bicycle. Sound far-fetched? Wait until you hear how his guy actually did it. Israeli entrepreneur Izhar Gafni says that the idea for his method came from Japanese origami. Folding the cardboard increases its strength by 2-3 times, making the material much more durable. Essentially, he made the basic shape for each part w...
After stumbling across artist Sarah Frost's legion of scrupulously folded paper guns, our interest here at WonderHowTo was instantly piqued. After all, our library has 300+ paper gun tutorials, and we're fascinated with the surrounding subculture.
No two snowflakes are alike. The same goes for people. But a snowflake can easily compliment one's own individual charm, although finding your perfect soulmate snowflake is quite a challenge. Or... it was.
Artist Sarah Yakawonis uses a technique called quilling to craft complex anatomy art with paper. Quilling, as defined by Wikipedia: "The use of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together to create decorative designs. The paper is wound around a quill to create a basic coil shape. The paper is glued at the tip and the coil shaped, these shaped coils are arranged to form flowers, leaves, and various ornamental patterns similar to ironwork."
Korean artist Cheong-ah Hwang creates three-dimensional paper art by layering pieces of cut paper upon pieces, decoupage-style. The paper bird is fantastic, as well as her Obi Wan Kenobi & more. Scroll down for process photos.
You don't have to worry about packing on the pounds with a breakfast like this. Have all the donuts you like... as long as they're papercraft. Created by Paper Donut.
Here at WonderHowTo we're overflowing with top-notch origami tutorials. However, when it comes to the lesser known art of kirigami, we could always use a couple more enthusiasts. Kirigami is a form of origami that (unlike origami) involves making intricate cuts, and the results are often incredible.
One of the greatest things about the internet? Free papercraft downloads. Enjoy Botropolis' collection of 50 fun robots. Just download, print, and assemble. My top ten favorites below. Wall-E. Robocop. Optimus Prime. R2-D2. The Terminator. Poseable Toy Robot. Retro Bot. Godzilla. Poco Bot with 6 rotation points. Robot Owl.
Atlanta based designers Amy Flurry and Nikki Salk collaborate on some fantastic paper installations, which are “fueled by a love of fashion and an appreciation of grace and nuance of this humble material.”
To this day, the magnitude of Beatles mania is vast. For much of the world, the fabulous four are downright magical. Here on WonderHowTo we also enjoy the fine art of papercraft. So, why not combine the elaborate practice of paper construction with some good 'ol rock 'n' roll?
Papercraft video game art by French design duo Zim and Zou. The insertable cartridge is particularly awesome. Don't miss the Tetris (all the way at the bottom).
There's a lot of paper-art, paper-craft, paper-design on the web, but rarely do you see something that truly transcends the material. Stunning paper chandeliers by Dutch artist Paula Arntzen.
Papercraft website, AXM Paper Space Scale Models, offers a whole library of incredibly detailed, realistic space shuttle paper models. Some free, some pay. Perfect weekend activity for the outer space lovin' geek.
Takuo Toda broke his previous Guinness World record of 27.9 seconds in flight this past Sunday. The paper airplane virtuoso, head of the Japan Origami Airplane Association, aimed to reach a 30 second long flight with his 10-centimeter-long paper aircraft. Unfortunately, he didn't quite make it.
Tokyo art student, Wataru Itou, spent four long years crafting his meticulous paper city, entitled "A Castle On the Ocean". The miniature papercraft city was constructed with "basic knives, scissors, hole punches and modeling glue." The structure has a "spectrum-spanning colored lighting system" and motorized paper trains.
Dan McPharlin has created some super-sweet retro electronics papercraft models. Click through to Dan's Flickr page to view the entire collection.
This is no paper gun like you've ever seen before. Seriously. Tacome1942's homemade paper shotgun is a life-sized, fully functional Remington 870 replica. It would be hard to tell it apart from the real deal, not to mention it practically sounds like an authentic shotgun, too. The shotgun is made of approximately 97% paper, the remaining 3% consisting of pins, wires, and springs. Check out all the videos below to see the finer details, including the trigger group, shell stop, and disassembly ...
Incredible paper guns exhibited last year at the Craze Gallery on Portobello Road in London. About the project, via Craze Gallery:
Your very own steak dinner. Every little last bit, down to the plate, silverware and side dish.
Self proclaimed "Paper Airplane Guy", John Collins, is the master of paper crafted flight. Collins hosts workshops for Corporate America, using the paper airplane as a metaphor for success:
Very cool 1920's papercraft toys from the LA Times "Junior Times" section. Just print, cut out and assemble (if you don't mind turning a blind eye to the dated racial association, e.g. Lee Ling...the Chinese Laundry Man).
Papercraft guns are the new origami. The new origami for boys, that is. WonderHowto and YouTube are chock full of paper gun tutorials. Many models are simple, but some are impressively realistic, not to mention functional. My personal favorite (unfortunately no tutorial) is the homemade Desert Eagle .50 cal by YouTube user Changmobile.
Amazing video of Haruki Nakamura's Gear's Heart. The pieces fit together like a gear, skip to 0:49 in the video to see it in action. Check out Nakamura's site for more of his work. Previously, Make Optimus Prime papercraft.
Papercraft + Transformers = Fanboy nirvana. Papercrafting is enjoying a renaissance thanks to its nerd-love. Popularity of card modeling boomed during World War II, when paper was one of the few items whose use and production was not heavily regulated. Micromodels, designed and published in England, were a popular source of military-themed modeling designs.
Let's take a step back in time to the Mesozoic era of WonderHowTo. Before the time of electricity, your mother and I used to follow step-by-step tutorials on how to make a Lockheed Martin F16...from papyrus.
Friggin' brilliant. This is hardly a viral video. No sound. Black and white. But it is 100% pure concept.
Plantable paper? America throws out 49 million tons of paper annually. That's almost a third of U.S trash!