PAPER ORNAMENTS. Looks like you just fold each shape in half. Glue one half of one to one half of another 5 times. Top with a bead & a hanger and you're done. Good way to use up scraps of printed papers. You could also do hearts for Valentine's day. Kerstballen maken met sterren en cirkels.
Wood Burned Snowman Christmas Ornaments -- Stacked Snowman Ornaments/Gift Tags
The listing is for one stacked snowman ornament - each will be slightly different as each wood disc has it's own markings and imperfections. Some wood discs split when drying. I still use these discs because they do not continue to split and they add a natural, rustic touch to my ornaments. These Snowmen are made out of wood from fallen trees on our property. No trees are damaged to make my ornaments. Each section of snowman is secured together with twine. To finish them off each…
Olen nähnyt netissä erilaisia käden muodon mukaan tehtyjä joulutonttuja ja halusin koittaa niiden tekemistä omien lasteni kanssa. Piirsin molempien käden ääriviivat kartongille ja leikkasin ne malleiksi. Niiden avulla piirsin useamman käden muodon valkoiselle kartongille. Tämän jälkeen piirsin kasvot ihonväriselle paperille sopivan kokoiseksi isompaan ja pienempään käteen. Sitten piirsin molempiin käsiin sopivan tonttulakin punaisesta kartongista. Lopuksi leikkasin tontun kaikki osat…
Varga-Neményi-menetelmään, toiminnallisuuteen ja Liikkuva Koulu-ideologiaan hurahtaneen opettajan opetuskokeiluja.
De-clutter and get organized to boost your efficiency in your home or at work. These awesome DIY ideas are incredibly cost-efficient as well. Most of the ideas take less time than you think to get yourself organized and into a clutter-free space. 1. Stack Mason Jars Hot glue together five ball mason jars as shown. Once dry tip on their side and use for spacious little cubbies for pens, pencils, staples, and other small items. 2. Binder Clips To De-Tangle Cords Clip binder clips to the side…
Andrea Millán Gutiérrez on Instagram: “Our seasonal crafting has been incredibly simple. Using mostly what's on hand already. And for this, using the hands as well. The kids made…”
Our seasonal crafting has been incredibly simple. Using mostly what's on hand already. And for this using the hands as well. The kids made a Scandinavian Gnome handprint the other day. Also known as Tomte Tonttu Nisse or Tomten. I loved using the handprints for their beards (even though I should of pressed down on Nat's fingers more!) and gluing the tall red gnome hats with just a big cardboard nose popping out. Every time I look at this little craft it just makes me happy. It's thes