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This little DIY barn has a simple construction and is easy to make! It’s the perfect home for your plastic animal figurines!
Discover how to make geometric shapes out of corrugated plastic and some easy ways to assemble the pieces to create structures. With triangles and squares, it is easy to make an adorable house!
In a few easy steps, you can make an adorable woodland pyramid out of corrugated plastic and Duck Tape®. These tapes are versatile and come in many colours and patterns, and are perfect for your projects.
This technique of paper folding is easy for children to master and can be used in many[b] creative projects.
There are many decorative papers available in our stores and they have so many uses. You can use them for bookbinding, scrapbooking, wrapping gifts, making cards & envelopes, and so much more.
Using a few basic techniques, you can create many inspiring shapes by rolling quilling paper. This tutorial will show you how to make an ornate capital letter. They can be easily framed, and make great gifts at baby showers, birthdays, anniversaries, and weddings.
Discover how to pair simple quilling techniques to create little spring flowers. Whether they’re yellow, pink, white or blue, the fun part is learning to use these thin paper strips to make lovely things!
There are many techniques for rolling and folding quilling paper to create foliage. Here’s a simple technique using two quilling combs:
There are countless quilling techniques for folding and rolling paper strips. The easiest and most basic one is a circle; but with a few tricks, they can be turned into triangles, teardrops, and almonds. All of these little shapes can be used in your projects!
Download our castle template for colouring and print it at home! Surrender yourself to relaxation by colouring the picture with your favourite Faber-Castell pencils!
You can draw with a pencil, paint with a brush and knit with yarn... right? Did you know that you could make all kinds of creations such as this geometric abstraction with yarn stretched between nails on a wooden panel?
Prepare a wood panel with tiny nails placed in the shape of a Christmas tree and then decorate the tree with photos and souvenirs. A wonderful way to reminisce about your most memorable past Christmases!
Decorate little wooden houses in the gingerbread style. Hang them from your Christmas tree to add a touch of whimsy and sweetness to your Holiday decor!
Hama beads are easy to use for creating playful objects and accessories such as gifts, ornaments, jewelry, toys and more. Create, iron, decorate.
Personalize ordinary kraft paper with a bit of glue and some glitter powder!
This Christmas, use a few quirky accessories to give an ordinary gift box a touch of whimsy!
In addition to using traditional Christmas colours, why not be inspired by nature and create friendly, textured ornaments to decorate your Holiday packages?
Give an unpainted wooden nutcracker a whole new look! He’ll keep watch over the gifts under the Christmas tree and keep curious kids away.
Decorate a wooden advent calendar with plaid Décopatch paper and chalkboard paint. You can draw different chalk or pastel designs on the calendar surface every year!
Gingerbread cookies are definitely delicious, but they don’t last very long. Use these culinary treats as inspiration for creating a character made of felt that is just as adorable, but not temptingly tasty!