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All you need is some coloured paper and a pair of scissors to make this easy origami butterfly. Start folding and make yourself a flock of paper butterflies. Full details on Kidspot.com.au - http://www.kidspot.com.au/things-to-do/activities/how-to-make-paper-butterflies Be sure to visit the Kidspot website for fun activities for kids, easy crafts, rainy day activities, dress ups, colouring pages, party games and science experiments Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/kidspotaustralia Join the fun on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KidspotAustralia https://www.facebook.com/KidspotAustralia Twitter: https://twitter.com/KidspotSocial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/kidspot/ Google+ :https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/106554061156673425177/+kidspot/posts
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Josh, the founder of RAW Rolling Papers, answers Your questions from Facebook. In this installment, Josh responds to the question "why are RAW organic papers a different color than RAW classic paper?" Do you have a question for Josh? Follow us on Facebook for Your chance to ask Josh! https://www.facebook.com/RawRollingPaper
Many farmers find them selves stuck with a lot of waste. Maize, wheat, rice and sorghum tend to have long straws that are not easily disposable. The bananas too have stems that are usually cut and left in the garden after harvesting. Yet this waste usually left to rot in gardens is valuable raw material that can be used to make organic paper.
Feature of Mino Washi (Japanese Paper) Mino Washi dates back nearly 13 centuries, and was used for the oldest important documents in existence. While water is critical in traditional washi production, Mino Washi owes much to the clear river water in Gifu Pref. Mino Washi, carefully handmade from fibers of kozo(paper mulberry), boasts the thinness and toughness which can be ranked in the highest quality in Japan. Isamu Noguchi, a prominent Japanese American artist of the 20th century, was also enchanted by the beuty of Mino Washi and introduced the "Akari" light culpture series.
OPEN FOR MORE INFORMATION! What you need: Airtight Container with lid Bounty Paper Towels (or organic paper towels) Organic Coconut Oil Lavende Essential Oil Dr. Bronners Soap (I used the lavender scent) Serrated Knife Measuring Cups Measuring Spoons Solution Ingredients: 3 Cups Water (boiled) 2 Tbsp Organic Coconut Oil 2 Tbsp Dr Bronnners Soap 6 drops Lavender Oil *Can keep for two weeks, but lets face it we will probably need another batch before the two week mark ;) DIY Padcicles-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJJHPLl0FWs __________________________ ♥COME HANG OUT WITH ME ♥ ♥BLOG PAGE: http://alexsismae.com/ ♥YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/AlexsisMae ♥INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/alexsismae ♥BABY INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/willowmaebebe ♥PINTEREST: http://pinterest.c...
You could be forgiven for thinking that Artist Rogan Brown's intricate paper art is 3D-printed, but believe it or not, it's all cut entirely by hand. Brown's work is an exploration of the boundaries between observational studies and artistic interpretations, and revolves mainly around microorganisms and plant life. He cuts and stacks layer after layer to achieve a desired look, and one piece can take him up to five painstaking months to complete. "I want to communicate my fascination with the immense complexity and intricacy of natural forms and this is why the process behind my work is so important," the artist says. "I have chosen paper as a medium because it captures perfectly that mixture of delicacy and durability that for me characterises the natural world." For more info: goo.gl/vD...
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For a printable copy of instructions on how to make a liner for Ottawa Green Bin, go to http://www.greenbinottawa.ca/Tools/StudentsKids.aspx We've asked one of Ottawa's younger residents to demonstrate how simple it is to make a newspaper liner for the new kitchen container that comes with Ottawa's green bin. It's an easy and inexpensive way to line your container! Check it out and remember collection starts in January. Visit our microsite for more information: http://www.greenbinottawa.ca
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In this video I'll be showing you how different ways herbs, spices, dried flowers, packet dyes and organic matter reacts and effects it has when dying paper, to create beautiful custom made paper for your journals and mixed media. These are the end findings and results, papers are already dried and made ready to use. If you would like to see any video of how I made the dye baths for these papers please leave a comment down below and I'm more then happy to make a video on that. This is a two part video, so please subscribe and click the little bell so you will be notified of the next video. Follow Adeline Country Cottage: Website: www.adelinecountrycottage.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/adelinecountrycottage Instagram: www.instagram.com/adelinecc Blog: adelinecountrycottage.blogspot...
How can you shape a curved image from triangles? Watch this video to find out. We cut small triangles out of watercolored paper and turned it into a beautiful organic image that resembles a fern or droopy leaf. We are using a Waldorf curriculum from http://www.live-education.com Materials for this project: Colored paper, paper, scissors, spray adhesive or glue stick. Materials can be found at local crafts stores. For a geometry video on symmetry using triangles click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8wcJmSUBS0 And for a video on exploring the degrees and angles of a circle click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OpjrwnrN6Fs Have fun! Website: http://www.pepperandpine.com/