Easy paper crafts from the archive
I've dusted off some photos of old, but easy, craft projects from the Papermash archives.
These crafts really are super simple, and don't need complicated supplies or special skills. Just the kind of craft I enjoy!
From top left:
Doily flower wraps by Chelsea Fuss - just wrap a pretty doily around brown paper, add a gift tag, and you have the perfect hostess gift. I'm always a fan of glamming up supermarket flowers and I would be so happy if someone gave this to me.
Heart confetti tape - if you have a special heart hole punch, you can easily make this tape by punching different coloured card and simply adding the confetti to double sided tape. Use tweezers if you want to be very particular about covering the holes. It works well with a normal round hole punch also.
Snowflake doily tea lights by Olivia Kanaley. Simply cut a doily to fit inside a jam jar, and use a little tape (such as white washi tape) to keep it together. But make sure to only use battery-powered tea-lights! These make a pretty Christmas table setting.
Sweet straws by Olivia Kanaley. These red and white striped straws have had some heart-shaped scrapbooking supplies added to them for a special Valentine's cocktail. You could glue any pretty image on card to these straws, or even attach with a little strip of washi tape. I might experiment for an upcoming hen do by stamping friend's initials onto card for extra special cocktail stirrers. Watch this space!