Thanksgiving is pretty much right around the corner... time to prepare!
And "Thanks" to Roya, we have a lovely centerpiece DIY project that you can create to adorn the holiday table. Our wonderful paper artist has indicated specific colors in her tutorial but you may want to try your own variations using our new seasonal "Fall/Winter Collection" of Autumn colors.
Take a look at this fun and beautiful Halloween pumpkin embellishment from Ka Kei (Instagram: @khakigami). Her step-by-step tutorial (with detailed pics!) describes who to make gerberas, roses, rose buds and leaves!
Great inspiration for Thanksgiving as well!...
Thank you Ka Kei!!!
Angela from `Flores para siempre´ (@flores.para.siempre) sent us this wonderful (and hungry) video tutorial as part of our Halloween DIY contest... We love it and hope you will try it yourself as part of your Halloween decor this year! (dig that spooky background music ;-o ...
Carte Fini - 180 grams - Color 584 - Bunny Eye
Just in time for Halloween... Our local, talented paper artist, Roya has provided us a fun crepe paper project that can be used as a costume headpiece or even a decorative wreath!
We hope you try it!
Wow!...another great video DIY from one of the many talented artists that use Carte Fini paper and supplies (including PanPastel)!
Krista McPhee has been good enough to share her step-by-step video tutorial for creating life-like lavender stems! See more of Krista's art at her Insta page @kinandtonic_craft
Thank you Krista!
Take a look (and try your hand) at this new DIY crepe paper flower tutorial from Ruth Mercado. Ruth presents her detailed, step-by-step instructions for creating a gorgeous Ranuculus. We especially love the layers and layers of dense petals that she uses to create this dramatic flower.
For more of Ruths work, please check out her Instagram page @flowerdesignbyruth
Thank you Ruth!
Check out this latest DIY project from Avanti Morocha. This time she has created a whimsical, Unicorn Piñata that is perfect for your little ones... the "Pull Strings" mean no bat is necessary! Along with the other simple, easy-to-find materials for this project, the Piñata is covered with our lightweight 60 gram crepe paper.