{ holding on the the summer! pinwheels tutorial/ moulin à vents origami: pas à pas!}

mercredi 6 octobre 2010

Hi everyone!! today i am doing something new!
I am really into pinwheels this year and i saw a layout in a french scrapbooking magazine with these 3 D pinwheels on: they are origami , that is folded paper !
I did this layout using them , about my boy's birhtday!

It took me some time to find out how to do them so I want to spare you, my lovely readers , the time and give you a humble and easy tutorial to do them yourself!

start with a square and fold it along the diagonals: fold it, open it and fold it again in another direction.

commencez avec un carré, pliez-le successivement sur toutes les diagonales.

then fold along the horizontal lines

you should end up with these folds:
à la fin vous obtenez ces plis:

Then pinch the corners and fold the middle of the sides inwards:
puis pincer les pointes et plier le milieu des côtés vers l'intérieur:

oh gosh! I guess if I ever I want to do more tutorials , i will need to have my nails manucured !!:):)

Easy !! and it will add dimension to your creations! if you don't pin it down with a brad , you can journal inside and leave it for your future readers to open!
If ever you try them out, please leave me a link so i can see what you have created!

bonjour à tous! aujourd'hui je m'essaie au pas à pas! je vous livre ma découverte de ces petis moulins 3 D origami, dont j'ai vu le modèle sur Esprit scrapbooking. Dans le mag il n'y a pas d'explication et j'ai mis un petit moment pour trouver l'astuce (pas trop longtemps quand même:):)) ! alors , pour vous épargner à vous, mes adorables lecteurs, le temps de recherche, je vous offre un petit "reportage photo"!
super facile et trop mignon , non!
Si vous ne mettez pas de brads au centre , vous pouvez écrire votre journaling dedans! une belle cachette!
si jamais mon pas à pas vous a été utile, et que vous les utilisez sur une page, laissez moi un lien pour que j'aille voir votre création!

And i also have this project to share: It is this week's challenge over at the studio challenges: you had to scrap your home! and our home was recently in that state:

the title reads: work in progress! it shows my brother in law painting my girl's room and the work in progress in what is now our living room! there is still a lot to do in the house but we are so happy to live in it!

I used an real "plug cover" to create a "window" on my layout!

supplies/ matériel:
- papers abode american craft,
- flowersd (fleurs) : american craft
- buttons (boutons) Jenny Bowling studio,
- ink spray butterscotch adironback and key lime glimmer mist tattered angels.
le cadre orange est un cache prise!!!

I am in a very happy mood right now: I love autumn and I can't help but sing along all day Mindy Geldhill songs! do go and check her songs by clicking on her name!! and her album "Anchor".

have a great day !bonne journée à tous!!

11 commentaires:

  1. Great layouts, I love your take on the home challenge, that paper is perfect for it! Thanks for playing along with us at The Studio!

  2. Hi Sophie! I love those pinwheels! Thanks for the great tutorial. Can you believe I've never made one? I'm definitely going to give it a try! And I love your Work in Progress layout! Very cute!

  3. I adore both of these layouts! Beautiful!

  4. Sophie, these are both absolutely fabulous!! The pinwheels and the darling little kite, with all the string-- sigh--LOVE them. And how clever to use the plug cover as a window.

  5. Et oui encore deux superbes créations ....
    La premiere car j'adore ces papiers ....
    Et j'aime beaucoup le petit clin d'oeil de la 2éme, belle mise en page

  6. super ton tuto ! Et le papier... trop beau ! Encore de belles choses par ici, bravo ! ...et merci pour ta présence, bisous

  7. Magnifique ! J'adore celui du chantier de la maison !
    Gros bisous.

  8. What gorgeous projects but that bookshelf page is amazing!! What a great take on the challenge - Thanks for playing along at The Studio!

  9. Great pages : )
    I really really LOVE that first one. Those pinwheels look fab x

  10. So cute and fun!! LOVE the pinwheels!! Thanks for the tips on how to make them. I am glad to have found your blog and look forward to seeing your future work!

  11. merci pour l'explication du moulin 3D
    je le referais pour mes scraps
    j'espere qu'il y en aura d'autres
    a bintôt


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