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Paper Crafts

  • Here's a great idea for making decorations for your Halloween party - and an excellent use for empty glass jars. The project is so simple that even very young children will be able to make their own Halloween Lantern. Cara Barrell did this project with a group of children (some as young as 3 years old) during the 2018 Autumn half term at an event h

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  • The glistening and iridescent Angelina fibres can be used for a number of craft applications. Here we demonstrate how fast and simple it is to fuse Angelina fibres to create a sheet of "paper" which can then be cut to shape and glued, or stitched into like a piece of cloth. You can choose from any of the 9 colours which includes Raspberry Sparkle,

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  • Dyed & Undyed Tissutex Paper Here's a fun project for making colourful bunting with Tissutex paper to decorate your garden, gazebo or Summer house. What is Tissutex Paper? The remarkable Tissutex paper, despite its delicate appearance, can by dyed, painted and glued without disintegrating. This translucent, lightweight tissue paper can be used

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  • We made these stylised flowers using two sheets of A4 Canford paper. Canford paper is available in a range of vibrant and exciting colours. We stock the full spectrum in A4 and A1 sheets which can be ordered from the website or bought through our showroom in Peasmarsh. Choose your colour and follow these simple steps to make your own paper flowers.

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  • Here's a quick fix for a plain and boring lampshade. These lampshades were bought from a well-known bargain value high street store, and we have made them more interesting by decorating them with skeleton leaves. The skeleton leaves are available from the George Weil website as are the PVA glue, glue spreader and paint brushes needed to complete

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  • Silk papermaking (or silk fusion) is similar to Papier-mâché. The fibres are sandwiched between two pieces of mesh netting and then stuck together using an adhesive, such as CMC paste. Other items can be included with the silk fibres, such as dried petals and skeleton leaves, or the silk papermaking process can be applied to any absorbent, natura

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  • Teresinha Roberts has sent these images of her handmade cards. The cards are made from 100% recycled materials and the decorations include Silk Dupion fabric and Shantung Silk thread which have been dyed with logwood and brazilwood natural dyes.

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  • This is a fun way to use up some of that shredded paper we have all begun to gather! This shredded paper comes from the days when Allison Holland still received paper bank statements. She first shredded the statement and then laid it between two sheets of mesh before gluing it together with CMC medium (see the silk papermaking method). This close-u

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  • The handmade computer printable album can be used in a variety of ways. Here are some suggestions on how best to use it to its full potential! These instructions apply to printing any image from your computer using an inkjet printer. The album contains beautiful, handmade pages of highly textured, natural Lokta paper. These sheets of calendared pap

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  • The range of beautiful Papershed handmade papers are both high quality and unusual. They are mostly sourced directly from the country of origin. We aim to provide colour, texture and value whilst contributing to the economic survival of a whole local community. The Papershed handmade papers have been categorised by weight to help with selection. Th

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  • These paper-backed Organza fabric sheets can be used for printing on inkjet printers and copiers. They can be used to build up layers of printed text and photographs giving interest and depth in cardmaking, scrapbooking, montage, patchwork and 3d embroidery. You can use images from scanned photographs, digital cameras, web pages, clip art, paint an

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  • The Papershed handmade Mulberry paper is made from the bast (the long strong fibres from the inner bark) of the Mulberry tree. The fibres (also known as Kozo) are stripped and beaten to separate out the longer, tougher fibres for this quality paper. With characteristic, floating strands of fibre embedded throughout, and the bright colour range, the

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  • Translucent Liquid Sculpey is a bakeable liquid polymer medium. That means that it shares many of the same properties as solid polymer clay but has a number of characteristics that offer unique and unexpected possibilities. Find out more about Translucent Liquid Sculpey. Making a Transfer To make a transfer with Translucent Liquid Sculpey choose cl

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  • These highly textured, robust papers were made using cotton linters on an A6 Mould and Deckle, (a 250g pack will make approximately 50 A6 sheets). Linters contain partially beaten cotton fibres which are formed into dry sheets that resemble blotting paper. Natural dyes were added to the pulp bath to add texture and interest. Simply prepare the pul

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  • The Sloshy Lokta paper used for this paper bag is handmade in Nepal. It is a light-weight natural lokta based paper that has different coloured pulps ‘sloshed’ over its surface, leaving a trail of intermingled colours. The potential for stitch, book covers and card craft is unlimited. These lovely little bags are so easy to make! We found this

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  • These lovely Christmas Crackers were made using papers available from this web site. The cracker on top and the one in the foreground are made from Metallic Papers which are available from most stationers, while the cracker behind was made with Banana tissue paper which is highlighted by bold husks of banana fibre. Alternatively, the Marble with Go

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  • A stunning gift wrap idea that you just wouldn't want to tear apart! Top Present Wrap parcel with Metallic Paper Take another piece and fold it to half the width of the package, place over first layer and secure Take a strip of Silk Gauze Paper crinkle it lengthways and place over second layer Pinch ends, secure and fan out. Cut-out a Christmas Tre

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  • The Goddess Here is a stunning use for Cotton Linters and Abaca pulp. Customer Jan Fairbairn-Edwards created these provocative paper reliefs with this versatile material.

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  • Handmade books made by Jan Fairbairn-Edwards, using Lokta papers and handmade, dyed bamboo paper using Deka L dyes in red, old gold and black. The covers are made from Suede Lokta paper. Handmade Lokta paper is available in a large selection of colours and finishes. Lokta colours and Lokta Sloshy shown below

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