Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Back to School Project for the Kids, Part Two

So, you’ve got your pencils made, its time to make a composition notebook to go with them. The composition notebook is an equally simple project. To start out, place two sheets of copy paper, neatly lined up on top of … Continue reading

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A Back to School Project for the Kids, Part One

I say, for the kids, because I wasn’t truly concerned about the pieces being exactly true to 1/12 scale, and most kids don’t care as much about that, but it’s a fun and easy project for anyone. Is there anything … Continue reading

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Adaptation

When you work in smaller scales, it often becomes apparent that you need smaller scale materials-materials that aren’t always easy to find, if they exist at all. In attempting to recreate the small embroidered bags that were popular in the … Continue reading

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