I decided it might be fun to have an instructable dedicated to the items I've made using those I follow, favorite and patch on instructables! I'll keep updating this as I post and I will do my best to remember to post photos on your instructable as well. :)
In the past I had made a couple photo instructables showing what I created, which is fine and great, but I thought just the other day wouldn't it be easier to have one you updated....the answer was a big old DUH!!
So keep your eyes pealed and if you think you have an instructable I just have to try out for my students or something you think PoofRabbit would just love leave me a message here and I'll see if I can give it a try!
Last Update: 8-25-13
Step 1: Optimus Prime Costume Using Dannyeurena's Instructable
I had been haunting instructables for a while when I saw dannyeurena's Optimus Prime Costume. I thought it was one of the coolest things I'd ever seen! I work for a children's summer camp and we have a Halloween dance every summer. I had to give it a try! While not nearly as awesome as dannyeurena's his instructions made it easy for me to follow and make modifications to get it created in my short time frame. Love this instructable!
Step 2: Bowser Marionette Using Book-worm's Instructable
Step 3: Old Film Strip Upcycled Into a Film Gift Bow Based on TCGames's Instructable
Step 4: My Paper People Using Bitsi's Instructable
When looking at recent adds to instructables I came across Paper People by Bitsi. I just plain loved the idea and started to play around with it to bring her awesome paper people into my classroom.
Here you can see my fiddles, Medusa, Batman, a Minotaur, and Atlas. I'm still playing with this great idea and I will share more pictures here of what I come up with (as well as on Bitsi instructable).
I did wind up giving Batman a cape, and I have attached a few photos so you can see how I embellished the template. I encourage you to check out Bitsi's instructable, it's really fantastic!
Step 5: Awesome Polygonal Mask Using Hkosak's Instructable
One day when checking out the recent posts, I found Awesome Polygonal Mask by hkosak. Love the idea of folding paper to create this basic mask form. I downloaded the file and printed it out on card stock and went to town!
Love the possibilities this now open ups and plan to play with the idea to see what else I can create!