I guess the one good thing about being snowed-in is that you have plenty of time to watch movies, cook, bake and make crafts. My daughter has been doing the baking while I’ve been cooking and crafting.
Here is a project that uses an origami frame as a wall hanging instead of binding together into a book. I used an untraditional scrapbooking item for the project — comic book backing boards — as the base of my project. Why not? They’re light chipboard and acid-free.
If you’d like the instructions on how to make the origami frame, go to the bottom of this post. Please let me know if you use the instructions and make a project of your own.
Click here for a PDF of how to make the origami frame.
Stuff: Zutter – 1/2″ white o-wire; My Mind’s Eye – patterned paper, adhesive chipboard shapes, stickers; Stampin’ Up – grosgrain ribbon; We R Memory Keepers – extra large eyelets; Dymo – labels; light chipboard, satin ribbon