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!
We received this seasonal video tutorial from Inga Ilze Peterson (Instagram: @ingailzepeterson). Here she shows step by step instruction for creating a pumpkin with Italian 180g crepe paper from Carte Fini.
This adorable paper pumpkin is a perfect tabletop, mantle or entryway decoration for Halloween, Thanksgiving and other fall themed holidays or events.
The pumpkin made in the video tutorial uses papers in Peach 17A/5 and Mint Green 565. Try making one with Candy Corn Nuance 576/9 or other color combinations for a stunning holiday pumpkin display!... enjoy.
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
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!!!
Our latest DIY tutorial is here and it features a gorgeous Paper Anemone by Amity of Florabeane! Amity starts by taking us through the actual flower "deconstruction" as a means to better understand how to recreate the natural beauty of this crepe paper flower.
Paper used in this tutorial is Lime Pulp 566
Happy Fourth of July!!!
Roya has sent us a new tutorial for a great project that is perfect for Independence Day (or can be color-modified for multiple occasions!)
Carte Fini is very excited to welcome back Ms. Tiffanie Turner of papelsf and corner blog with a spectacular DIY that is an absolute delight and wonderful way to usher in this new season….thank you Tiffanie for your artistry, your splendid presentation!