This is a great school holiday crafts for kids. Today we will be transforming a simple plastic bottle into a cool Airplane Pencil Case.
Papier Mache Airplane Pencil Case
– Slit open an empty plastic bottle.
– Cut wings and tail out of old carton boxes and tape them onto the bottle
– Cut strips of old newspaper into small pieces and soak them in water
– Glue paper all over the entire bottle with the last layer being plain white paper.
– Let dry overnight
Paint the airplane and glue a 20cm zipper around the opening.
The Papier Mache Airplane Pencil Case is ready for your kids to show off to friends when school reopens ^_^
It’s Father’s Day today. The kids did a foam picture frame to present to their father (or mother as it is after all Parents’ Month this month)
DIY Foam Picture Frame.
You’ll need half an A4 size of coloured craft foam. Place a smaller rectangle paper in the middle of that craft foam and draw a line along it.
Cut according to the line.
Paste a sheet of plastic over the cut out hole. Stick using cellophane tape.
Paste a coloured construction paper on a piece of rectangle hard board card. Paste double layered tape as shown above.
Paste the rectangle craft foam over the hard board card. Punch two holes on the hardboard card and tie ribbon.
Decorate as you wish. I’ve always loved ladybug as I believe it brings good luck. Refer here for the foam ladybug tutorial.
The DIY foam picture frame is done!
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Festive Crafts, Teacher's Day | Posted on 24-05-2011 | 6,010 views
I received an amazing gift for Teacher’s Day recently. I was speechless when I saw it as it was simply awesome! What did I get? I got a handmade zippers pencil case.
Zippers Pencil Case (Front)
Back. The pencil case is made up of only zips sewn together!
It can be opened from any zips I like 😀
I can choose to open it from the middle too 🙂
Beautiful and simply amazing! The best gift I received ever!
Teacher’s Day – Time to show our appreciation to the ones who have dedicated their time dedicating our children.
Let’s take a look at what one Crafty-Crafted Friend’s Mommy did for the recent Teacher’s Day celebration.
Here’s what Irene of http://zekerene.blogspot.com did 😀
Teacher's Day Gift
The genius part of her uses the floor tiles as a 'ruler' to measure and cut the material into smaller pieces. See? When crafting, all you need to be is CREATIVE 🙂 No ruler? Improvise. The floor tiles can even act as one! That's totally NEW to me 😀
She got lots of earrings and bracelets from Bali ready
She wrapped them up
And then she made some cards
The beautifully decorated and handwritten cards
Beautifully done 😀
Thank you Irene for the wonderful idea 🙂