I found this amazing and easy tutorial on Blah to TADA! blog.
So you use the paper rolls to make the thing. Glue it to secure it. Make it in different sizes and put two together (or more) to have a multi row bracelet holder.
An now: here’s mine:
I painted it with acrylic paint instead of covering it into some material. The base is a piece of scrap wood we found at home and drilled a hole of the size of the paper roll with a hole cutter (or whatever its name is). It’s lovely and useful! Thank you for the great tutorial. 🙂
I have been so lucky during the past years that I survived winters without loosing my gloves. But when it happens (and you always loose just one half of the pair), here is a great idea how to re-use it. 🙂
It takes only a drill and the perfect piece of wood – and some time of course. 🙂
Perfect for garden parties. 🙂
What you’ll need:
– one set of Christmas lights (fairy lights)
– muffin papers
– paper cutter
A really good idea to make basket bottom and make your job easier. 🙂
A lovely tutorial. And a step-by step guide on their website, Greenvillages.
This is the most lovely angel I have ever seen.
The pictures also speak for themselves. If you like it, you can find a full tutorial with printables, images and description HERE.
(source: Jenny Allsorts)
These are made from 12 slotted flower shapes that fit together to form a sphere. No adhesive needed; the only ingredient is paper.
Download the PDF templates here:
Large ball (10″)– print/cut 12 sheets
Medium ball (5″)– print/cut 2 sheets
Small ball (3″)– print/cut 1 sheet
If you want to hang your ornament, you might like to add the string before assembling the ball. I placed a piece of tape on the back of one flower so the hole wouldn’t tear, then used a needle to pull string through, forming a loop on the front side. I secured the ends of the string on the back side with another piece of tape.
Use the slits to join petals together. Keep adding shapes, connecting as you go, so that every petal is connected to another petal on a neighboring flower.