I’ve recently had the chance to try 4 craft packs of the “Mes creations” series published in France by Gründ: the paper jewels, the coloring on velvet, the pop-up postcards and the watercolor pictures. I just want to share some thoughts with you. Continue reading
Christmas is a good moment to look back to the year that is just ending, so I guess it’s the perfect time for a round up! ❤ Here you have my 4 favorite origami projects:
Box with lid
Click in the name to go to each tutorial: a box with lid, Millennium Falcon, Swedish paper stars, and a dragon.
Surfing the net the other day I just stumbled upon this super easy origami box tutorial by Hazel Fisher Creations and, of course, I had to try it.
GOT7 is here and many people have been waiting eagerly for it. Are you planning to watch it with your family or friends? Why don’t you take a few minutes to decorate your home with some of these origami dragons?
I’ve been making origami cranes for a good cause.
Wow! It’s been a while! I didn’t have the chance to blog much during my summer vacations, but now I’m back in the city and ready to return to my routine –or almost.
Today I bring you something quick and easy: an origami dress.
Sometimes we have to give money to someone for their birthday and money really is an ugly thing to give, so it’s always better to make a gift card or something nice as part of the present.
I made this for my sister in law’s birthday. We were told that she wanted a dress, but since those things are so personal, we thought a gift card and the money was a better option.
This is the tutorial I followed but there are many others out there.
I’m preparing something very cool for next week but I can’t post it yet because it’s a birthday present for my friend Marta who could be reading this post so -psssss-. All I can say is that it has glitter… and she is going to love it! 🙂
I’ve recently added a new asset to my collection of “things I can make out of paper”, and it is a Millennium Falcon spaceship from the Star Wars saga. And what a better day to show it than May the 4th? Well, it’s still May the 3rd here in Spain, but I’ve checked and it’s already tomorrow in some parts of the world, so… 😉
The design comes from this book by origami artist Chris Alexander, which is also available in Spanish.
It comes with printed papers for every model, which gives the pieces a very cool look. But if you don’t have the book or run out of papers, you can experiment with different prints.
Check out these ships I made with some animal print papers my brother gave me as a gift. Cool, uh? Animal print is very trendy! That I’ve heard… 😉
Check the written instructions HERE,
and there is also a Youtube video HERE.
ENJOY AND MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU.