The Art of Paper Craft: Simple Geometric Ornaments With Upcycled Greeting Cards | Kerri Klein | Skillshare

The Art of Paper Craft: Simple Geometric Ornaments With Upcycled Greeting Cards

Kerri Klein, Photographer/Maker/Mama

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6 Lessons (13m)
    • 1. Intro: Making a Geometric Paper Ornament With Upcycled Card Stock

    • 2. Tools & Materials for Your Geometric Ornament

    • 3. Cutting Your Template

    • 4. Choosing & Punching the Circles

    • 5. Scoring & Folding the Circles

    • 6. Assembling Your Ornament

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16 of 16 students recommend this class
a great class, short and informative, you make good use of just short videos explaining the whole process. A great and easy skill to learn with minimal resources, great work!
Good project - thanks Kerri!
Lynette Crathorne

inspiration, inspired: God's joy in my spirit!

Lovely! Great mood, instruction and tutorial! Great job on video!
Diane Ziomek

Writer/Fiber Artist NotJustAlpaca on Etsy

This is a perfect way to keep cards from family and friends, without them collecting dust in a closet. Such a neat way to showcase them during the holidays. A definite "must-take" class for those who like the traditional look at Christmas. The beauty of it is the technique is not limited to Christmas. Well done!