Fun Crafts To Do With Paper
Fun Crafts To Do With Paper – Got a lot of paper around? It’s time to make these paper crafts for adults and take your creativity to a new level.
Paper crafts are for everyone, no matter their age. Paper is a versatile craft medium and with the right skills, tools and knowledge you can make anything out of paper!
Fun Crafts To Do With Paper
However, many authors target their paper craft lists to children. After all, crafts like this help them thrive. However, I think it’s time for adults to take notice.
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So, adult crafters with piles of papers in their groceries, here’s a list for you.
Let’s start by paying homage to tissue paper, one of my favorite things to do! This light and delicate shape is perfect for creating fake flowers, thanks to its vibrant color and foldability.
These tissue paper flowers won’t wilt or wilt, so they’re perfect if you’re tired of changing your bouquet every month! Get a wad of tissue paper here and let this flower grow.
Don’t worry if you have plenty of tissue paper in your stash. This tissue paper storage disposal DIY is a great way to use them all.
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Next up on our list is an easy way to bring more birds into your garden. Who doesn’t love waking up to the sound of birds chirping outside your window? This birdhouse will help you get there!
If I hadn’t read this tutorial, I wouldn’t have guessed that you can make a paper birdhouse! Because cardstock is strong enough to hold the shape of the house, a pack of patterned cardstock like this is all you need.
If you’re a fan of macrame crafts but don’t have the necessary cords, this paper chain wall hanger is your next best bet. Using a clever paper chain technique, you can create a rainbow of paper links!
Hang this beautiful piece on your desk to spark your creativity! A hollow dowel like this and some thread will easily carry the weight of the piece, as the paper certainly won’t drop the weight too much.
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Crepe paper is a little different from standard tissue paper, it has a wavy texture and is perfect for creating fake flowers. This beautiful wreath will look great standing over your fireplace.
The base material for this DIY project is floral wire (available here). This is the green wire commonly used in flower arrangements, but for our purposes, it will hold any crepe paper in different wreath shapes.
Here’s another method for making fake flowers, but you don’t make these daisies out of tissue paper or crepe paper. Instead, any old printer paper is suitable for these bright, happy flowers.
Use it as a box decoration, arrange in a vase or place on a stick to give as a gift to your friend. After all, tokens of appreciation, friendship, and love are always welcome.
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Are you someone who likes to travel? With the advent of digital maps, paper maps have unfortunately become less popular than before. Do not worry; you can still use it well!
These paper map stars are such a unique decoration, they’re also perfect for redeeming old map books you’ve left lying around. To do this, you need a strong, fast-drying paper glue like this one.
If you’re into paper crafts and don’t already have a Cricut machine (here), it might be time to invest in one. This versatile machine is suitable for making everything from labels to signs.
As for this farmhouse sign, ‘fresh cut flowers’ are cut from card stock in a variety of neutral colors and then attached to the sign. Of course, if you don’t want to buy Cricut, you can do it by hand.
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In the language of flowers, dahlias symbolize inner strength, creativity, dignity and positive change. Who doesn’t want this positive atmosphere around their workspace?
Make this paper dahlia with some colored cardstock and a simple folding technique. This is also a great craft to do with kids, if you like. Decorate your living space with this vibrant beauty.
Instead, this eucalyptus and hydrangea wreath is the perfect decoration to adorn your front door. Craft uses a basic foam wreath like this one to make the base and then it’s covered.
Hydrangeas symbolize grace and beauty, while eucalyptus flowers are known for endurance, strength and protection. Greet your guests with this message every time they enter the house.
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You’ll never have to exchange envelopes again after learning this paper envelope technique. Create these beautiful envelopes from any paper you have!
Not only will this inspire some seriously creative gift-giving options, but it will also encourage you to be more sustainable around Christmas and birthdays.
Avoid the usual nativity scene with these beautiful handmade village favors that are perfect for winter. These houses surrounded by dense paper forests are the definition of smurf!
Thanks to their simple construction, these houses are easy to make, even for those who are just starting out in paper art. Make sure you have a high-temperature hot glue gun (here) on hand for a solid connection.
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You can also have your kids make some animals to join the scene, like these cute, kid-friendly dog crafts.
While the idea of filling your home with plants may appeal to some, the maintenance required is often too much to justify doing it! This is where these beautiful paper plant varieties come into play.
Use this clever technique to create a plant forest that won’t need water. There are no rules for color, shape or size, so go crazy! Here is a set of plant pots to get you started.
Here’s another way to use an old map you may have. Instead of hanging them from your ceiling, you can place these paper roses in vases as the perfect travel-themed decorations.
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This clever master used some red watercolor to smudge the edges of the map, creating a beautiful reddish effect. Although I like the look, I wonder how it would look with this gold stain.
Paper, you will make the paper yourself! Paper recycling is a great way to produce sustainably rather than contribute to increased waste.
When used in craft projects. You need both a wooden paper press and a wooden sieve (here) to get this skill (which I recommend).
A common gift in Japan is a large jar filled with a thousand small paper cranes to bring good luck to the recipient. Well, a jar with a hundred paper stars in it grants a wish of the recipient.
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Star curves are very easy to learn, and once you do, you’ll be doing them at the speed of light. For an extra touch of love, write a small, positive message inside each strip of paper.
Standard terracotta pots are cute to look at, but they can eventually become boring. Upgrade your planter with this simple paper cover made with cardstock and a scoreboard set (here).
If you upgrade this cover, it can cover everything you want! Cover round vases and fruit bowls or create your own custom centerpieces.
If you’re looking for other ways to up your planter game, check out some of these ingenious dollar store planter ideas.
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Next on the list is an homage to minimalist style with the most chic bohemian twist. These paper palm leaves are beautiful when arranged in a glass vase; They look like they just came out of a magazine!
You’ll need some brown paper for the leaves and pegs for the stem, although you can also use bamboo (here) for a more textured look.
The crepe paper revival is here, and no, we’re not making real bunnytails! ‘Rabbit tail’ is the name of the very stylish fluffy flower that looks like it’s on a rabbit’s back.
This project is another good reason to own a Cricut, as it will drastically reduce the time it takes you to cut the crepe paper into a precise border. Plug in the white wire (here) and style wherever you want!
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If you’re expecting a baby soon, this gradient paper mobile will be a nice addition to your little one’s room. What’s more, it’s much cheaper than buying in the store, so you’ll save some money!
Individual leaves. Thread a white thread to create a wreath, then attach it to your gold ring like this to finish.
Who knew paper plates could look so good? If you’re running out of space to store your craft supplies, this is the perfect project to do (which is why I created it in the first place!).
Using just a paper plate, some twine and tape, you’ll have a new bowl to put your sweets in in less than half an hour. That’s how easy it is to make.
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Now, this is pretty much the rainbow wall hanging on this list before but listen to me!