Jun 122022
Triangles from Squares

After my last post on folding bucky ball from triangles, I got a couple of emails asking for a tutorial to fold and cut triangles from a square. There are quite a few methods of cutting out equilateral triangles from squares. The simplest way is to create a Word Doc with rows of equilateral triangles of required size and printing it out on an A4 and cutting along the lines. But for me, I had [Continued..]

Mar 232022
Palm Cross - Tutorial

With Palm Sunday tomorrow, these crosses made from palm leaves should come in handy, I hope So here is a quick tutorial to make a palm cross, in 10 simple steps.. Let’s start. All we need is half a palm leaf, removed from the central vein and a pair of scissors. The tutorial will result in a cross that is about 6 inches in height. 1. Measure and cut the palm leaf to 20 inches. [Continued..]

Dec 072021
Christmas Lanterns - Tutorial

I love decorating a Christmas Tree for Christmas and this year these lantern balls have been a nice addition to my tree. And as promised, here is a tutorial on how to make them. They are pretty easy to make, kinda similar to the paper strip ball ornaments. They work best with thick paper – card stock, scrapbooking paper. I have used scrapbooking paper – 2 coordinating patterns in my tutorial. Here goes.. What is [Continued..]

Nov 282021
Tutorial - Bow Ornament

As promised, here is how to make these bow-shaped ornaments, using paper ribbons. The procedure is quite easy. Practically, I tried out a few ways of making it easier and I finally figured out the easiest way to make them! The ornament takes about 15-20 minutes to make. What is needed: 1. Paper ribbons. I prefer using it from the reel itself. This ensures that I don’t waste any of the ribbon. If you prefer [Continued..]

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May 282021
Masu Box Lid - Tutorial

After the tutorial for making the masu box, here is the tutorial for the lid The lid is made from a square the same size as the base. In spite of that, it needs to be slightly larger than the base so that it fits well. And I like my lid to be of a lesser height, so that it is easy to open the box. So with a few changes to the masu box, [Continued..]