Our new mobile Scissorcrafts library is nearing completion.
New library, filled with fantastic image displays here,
Early Bird $1 special
Because Covid 19 crisis has negatively impacted us and so many other families, since our dust is not quite yet settled with this re-design, please accept a full year membership (regularly $15.00) for a small token of $1.00.
Note: When the crisis is lifted, prices will return to the regular $15.00 yearly subscription rates. Everyone with a current Scissorcrafts subscription will be added to this new membership site ASAP. If you want access now or faster, send an email pkelley9 @ gmail.com
Make your own bouquet of beautiful paper flowers. Paper flowers make wonderful decorations and are perfect for child crafts. Learn how to make different kinds of paper flowers for decorating or just plain old fashioned, hands-on fun. With a few snips, folds, and imagination you can make beautiful hanging flowers, handcrafted wedding centerpieces or table settings, soft ornaments, lovely bridal bouquets or thoughtful gifts in a range of floral varieties.
The best things about spring is you can find inspiring colorful blossoms just about everywhere. Gorgeous flower crafts for children to enjoy designing, coloring and creating to welcome spring in your home or classroom.
Cut out a variety of different colored flower petals. Glue the petals together to create a garland. Give your blossoms stems by gluing them onto craft wires, paper straws or pencils.
Paper Trivia: Did you know that you can only fold a sheet of printer paper in half seven times? Give it a try. It doesn't matter how thick or thin the paper is, once you get to the seventh fold, the paper will not bend or budge.
Sun catchers. To create a translucent, stained glass ornaments effect, apply a bit of lemon oil to the back sides of paper ornaments to create a.
Hang the ornaments on trees, in windows, anywhere bright colorful decorations are desired.
Construct a large paper-tree for the wall with shades of green construction paper. Draw a large tree on a sheet of easel pad paper to tack onto a wall or other flat surface, then decorate with paper ornaments.