Tuesday, December 14, 2010

WYCINANKA: AND TEA BAG FOLDING CARDS

Children are taught to fold a square or round piece of paper three times and then cut out holes and shapes from the edges.  When the cutting is unfolded, all the cut holes are repeated around the circular shape.
These can be called "Snowflakes".  I included a teabag folding of a star to glue to the center of the snowflake.  Little triangular foldings were placed in the corners to add to the design.

2 comments:

Mellodee said...

These two are lovely cards! Interesting color combos!

If I were to say that your designs are like flat origami would that be anywhere close to what they are like "in person"??

Passionate in the Finger Lakes said...

I cannot imagine how you get this wonderful result. You are so talented!