DIY: origami hearts. Faça você mesmo. Valentine's Day

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DIY: origami hearts These are charming, I love this red heart white paper combo:)

Origami Newspaper Planter

Origami Newspaper Planter: Recycle your newspaper with an easily folded biodegradable pot, perfect for starting seeds. This newspaper planter can be set right into the ground, where it will not only protect the fragile root system of your seedling, but al

While starting your seeds, instead of buying seed starter cups you can try this simple tutorial for making Origami Newspaper Seed Starter Cups. Also,  when they are ready you can plant the whole thing (newspaper and all)!

Newspaper Seed Starter Growing Pot

While starting your seeds, instead of buying seed starter cups you can try this simple tutorial for making Origami Newspaper Seed Starter Cups. Also, when they are ready you can plant the whole thing (newspaper and all)!

Letter fold - use A4 paper. Directions in Japanese, but the pictures are clear.

Letter fold - use paper. Directions in Japanese, but the pictures are clear.

Furoshiki This site has a good picture of a furoshiki with a built-in large button hole style handle

Furoshiki This site has a good picture of a furoshiki with a built-in large button hole style handle

napkin fold

The Menu Cards Because Thao designed the menu cards, Donny worked on the napkin fold. He came up with a clean asymmetrical pattern to wrap around all the menus. from the album: Thao & Donny: A Colorful, Cultural Wedding in Lansing, MI

Make your own square newspaper seed starting pots - Simple but often overlooked method of starting seedlings

Make your own square newspaper seed starting pots - Simple but often overlooked method of starting seedlings

envelope napkin fold

Fall Party!

suziebeezie: “ how to make envelope napkins — susan branch at country living ”

Use a linen tea towel to transport wine bottles on a short trip.

Bottle Wrap: This quick folding trick helps you get a handle on picnic wines, then yields a place to lay your outdoor feast. Start with a square tablecloth that's at least 36 inches. Lay it right side down. Great for a picnic or hostess gift!

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