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This is the project I made for the first Instructables Gift Exchange. You can follow this project, or you can use it as inspiration for your own designs.
You need: Light-weight card, either white or coloured as required. Glue. Glue-stick or white PVA are best. Coloured pencils, felts or markers. Scissors. Craft knife. Ball-point pen (a ...
This project uses a simple creasing technique to make flat card resemble more organic, natural shapes: Cut out a curved piece of card. Lay it face-down on a ...
The frame is made of four parts, in pairs of equal length (two at 210mm long and 2 at 297mm long to match the A4 card I had. ...
I made stands of grass from long, thin strips of card, with only a slight curve. The score-and-fold method emphasises the curvature of long pieces, so don't get ...
I scored the body sections of the dragonfly twice, in an oval pattern, to emphasise the the plate-like nature of the animal. I decided to leave the wings ...
"Assembly" seems an odd word to use for a work of art, but... Note that, because I was using liquid PVA glue ("white" glue), I had to leave ...
I didn't really trust the picture to a normal envelope in the mail, so I packed it in polystyrene chips in a cereal packet. Wrapped, labelled and stamped, ...
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