Sunday, September 5, 2021
Tuesday, August 17, 2021
Using Vellum and chipboard paper, I created a hand whose fingers move. Vellum is a flexible paper, I created a cut-out pattern which allows the fingers to move consistent with the way normal fingers move. I inserted a string looped around a small brad (fastener) in each finger. When all of the strings are pulled in unison, the finger curls upward.
To make the hand, cut out and glue each finger into a tube. Insert a brad into the tube in the hole at the top of the finger. Loop a 14 inch string around the brad (in the interior of the tube). Bend the two corners of the finger tip inwards and then splay the brad around the string. Repeat for all of the fingers. Glue the fingers to the vellum palm. Glue the vellum palm to the hand.
Wednesday, August 11, 2021
A STEM Project: Another Beautiful Slice Form Flower Arrangement in a Small Slice Form Vase Using TurtleStitch(SNAP!) Coded Flowers
Make the Vase