All right, students – get out a piece of paper . . .

What? Bored with summer vacation already?? Here’s a little midweek tutorial that could come in handy in all kinds of situations. You could even use this for a sun hat if you make it big enough and turn it upside down. If you can’t follow the *very easy* directions and need an in-person demonstration, come to the Show and Tell at the Studio this Saturday and I’ll give you a step-by-step help session. 🙂 Plus, you’ll get to meet Pablo Solomon, our visiting artist – hey, he’s a sculptor – wonder if he can do this . . .


5 thoughts on “All right, students – get out a piece of paper . . .

  1. Hi Lyn!
    What a cool way to bring your own paper box to the movies!! I always pour popcorn in a napkin from the container. Thanks for sharing a different way to keep enjoying life! I so enjoy SHARDS.

    • Hi Lyn, you are too much. Always on the go and teaching us new little ditties that make our lives so wonderful. Thanks for sharing your origami box, it is super!

  2. You are so cute. Still the teacher. I loved this although I’m not sure I remember all the steps. I’m wondering if a more permanent version could be made with heavier paper. I’m thinking I could print some designs on heavier paper with my solid ink printer (comes out like crayon) and then that will give it even more weight. Hmmmm. Thanks.

  3. Great fun, Lyn. Can’t wait to show Maya. I think I’ll have her decorate the paper first. She and Hilary have done some wonderful painting projects!

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