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Have you seen some of those folded book art/sculptures on etsy?! They are so beautiful and make the perfect gift. As it turns out they are also, while time consuming, easy to make. Online there are methods for using photoshop to create your own template, but I felt like there would be an easier way. I decided to set up a template in Illustrator. This way I was able to create a guide for each page (I spaced them 1/8th of an inch a part) and number them so that they would match the numbers of…

Have you seen some of those folded book art/sculptures on etsy?! They are so beautiful and make the perfect gift. As it turns out they are also, while time consuming, easy to make. Online there are methods for using photoshop to create your own template, but I felt like there would be an easier way. I decided to set up a template in Illustrator. This way I was able to create a guide for each page (I spaced them 1/8th of an inch a part) and number them so that they would match the numbers of…

Book Folding Pattern 'Love' (304 Folds) PDF & Tu - #5623 | Stall & Craft Collective

Book Folding Pattern 'Love' (304 Folds) PDF & Tu - #5623 | Stall & Craft Collective

baby cardigan free pattern

baby cardigan free pattern

Little Vintage Sunday Coat

Little Vintage Sunday Coat

DIY Fabric Softener: made this using a different suave scent.. I think lavender rosemary or something. REALLY easy and fast to make. My first load is in the wash now. Also used homemade detergent recipe that was super easy

DIY Fabric Softener: made this using a different suave scent.. I think lavender rosemary or something. REALLY easy and fast to make. My first load is in the wash now. Also used homemade detergent recipe that was super easy

Coffee Soap: Make this soap for the coffee-loving dad who will appreciate the manly — and not to mention delicious — look and scent. Get the DIY instructions here. Photo: Sarah Lipoff

Coffee Soap: Make this soap for the coffee-loving dad who will appreciate the manly — and not to mention delicious — look and scent. Get the DIY instructions here. Photo: Sarah Lipoff

DIY Canvas photo. Print the photo on tissue paper (tape tissues paper to regular printer paper and send through like normal paper), modpodge to canvas, then paint edges to hide end of tissue lines.

DIY Canvas photo. Print the photo on tissue paper (tape tissues paper to regular printer paper and send through like normal paper), modpodge to canvas, then paint edges to hide end of tissue lines.

Transfer an image to canvas. Pump up the saturation in the photo then print to a transparency. Place transparency ink side down onto a canvas that you have spread gel medium on and smooth out air bubbles. Flip over and rub the canvas firmly. Peel back a corner to see if the image has transferred then peel off completely.

Transfer an image to canvas. Pump up the saturation in the photo then print to a transparency. Place transparency ink side down onto a canvas that you have spread gel medium on and smooth out air bubbles. Flip over and rub the canvas firmly. Peel back a corner to see if the image has transferred then peel off completely.