Tag Archives: 3D art

Book Folding

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Today I decided to have a go at book folding. This involves folding pages of a book to create a picture or a word. I decided to do the letter M on an old book. This was my first go but I guarantee that the others will be better.

book folding

This was a fun project and I will leave some templates down below.

P.S. I will sell some of these as finished and folded books. If you want one and live in the UK, send me your email in the comments below, your favourite template and I’ll contact you about it. It may take some time.

3D Card Making

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I like doing art so I borrowed a card making book from my local library. I made a castle pop up:

Paper Craft Castle 1

The book teaches you the basics and gives you basic, intermediate and combined projects. The basic ones are like these:

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If you want to make pop up cards like these, use this book:

Book_Making Pop-ups & Novelty Cards

Party Skates

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I had my party and it was brilliant! I decorated my own cake and look:

It was a skate party and we had loads of fun racing each other around the rink. I gave 10 mini skates and 1 big one away by lottery and my friends loved them. You can have a go at making one yourself. If you do, leave a picture in the comments below.

A good story

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At the National Gallery Museum, they hold art workshops (related to a painting) every Sunday. I went to one and we were making an accordion book. I wrote mine about a peacock, my sister’s was about a man from Pluto who was sent to assassinate three people. Here is mine:

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Greek Mythology

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In school we are learning about the Ancient Greeks. I have already read some Percy Jackson books and they are awesome! Some of my favourite myths are:

  • Perseus and Medusa
  • Dionysus and the pirates
  • The four seasons
  • Theseus and the Minotaur
  • and Pandora’s box

We have just began this topic and it is really exciting so far. I can even write some Greek. Read the rest of this entry