This one is a starched decal project from How About Orange - I don't really like the flower in the example, but I think it would be cool to do an & on my study door ...
I can't wait to do this one - I love anything to do with words. But where am I going to get a wire hanger? I threw all of mine out after Joan Crawford appeared to me in a nightmare screaming: "No wire hangers, EVER!"
I like this heart - I think it will make a cute Valentine's card. A bit early, maybe, but still. And it comes with instructions so it will be easy peasy! Not to be over-confident, but I am a girl who can fold an origami bird that can flap its wings, okay ...
These are from More Ways To Waste Time. I love mobiles, and they look simple enough to make.
After my experience with book folding, which was actually quite successful, if I may say so myself, I think these paper vases are just the thing to try - I may want to hang them from the ceiling though. I'm pretty sure I saw this or something similar on Freshly Found?
I've been wanting to make a paper doll since I've seen Ms Enid Agnes Boynton on Stephanie's great blog even*cleveland. Okay, my drawing skills leave much to be desired, but I think it could work. I think I will dress mine in tiny little Lacroix paper outfits.
This paper cutout was done by Heather of A Bucketful of Heather. It is so pretty, and I would really like to do something similar.
I think this project will be fun. A bit more advanced than the others, but really, how difficult can it be? Some paper and some blobs of glue, as far as I can see ... (I do worry a bit when I look at the birds, though - it seems that sewing is involved?)
I will keep you updated on my progress, and will post the results, even if they turn out to be Flops.