If you need paper craft ideas and instructions, try any of the following pages on our website:
Want to make your own creative greeting cards to give to loved ones on special occasions — or for no reason at all other than fun? If so, you’ll definitely want to check out our page about card making.
Grown-ups can enjoy coloring just as much as children do — especially when you choose coloring books and supplies that are more sophisticated than kids’ Crayolas. If you’re a grownup who’s interested in coloring, check out our guide to coloring for adults.
Hand-stamped details could add a unique touch to any of your paper craft projects, from handmade cards to scrapbook pages to collage art and mixed media pieces.
You can preserve your memories by simply putting them in albums — but if you take the time to add dates, notes, journaling, and other mementos, your memories will be much more meaningful. Learn all kinds of interesting scrapbooking techniques on our scrapbooking pages — find journaling prompts, mini album ideas, page layout ideas and more.
If you want to use ready-made images to use in artwork, collage is an art form that is likely to appeal to you. However, you do not have to make other artists’ images the focus of your collage art. There are other ways to approach it. For example, you can cut up bits of colored paper and use those like the bits of glass or tile in a mosaic; you can create pictorial or other images using these little bits of paper. To discover more possibilities and ideas, we invite you to visit our pages on the topic of collage art:
- Collage for Kids
- 50 Creative Collage Materials to Try Using in Your Collages
- Bohemian Swirl Collage Art — Free Instructions
- Collage Art With Antique Postcard: Happy Birthday
- Collage How-To
Paper Craft Supplies
- Best adhesives for paper crafts
- Best ink pads for stamping on paper
- How to make handmade paper
- Strathmore Bristol board — heavy paper for art and crafts
- Scoring Tools for Paper — What are they? What sorts of paper crafts do you need them for?
Various Paper Craft Tutorials and Techniques to Try:
- How to Make Paper
- How to Cut Paper Shapes, Even If You Don’t Have a Die Cutter
- How to Make Art Trading Cards Using Botanical Illustrations
There you have it: Those are the most important pages on our website covering the topic of paper crafts. We hope you found some lovely paper craft ideas to work on. Happy crafting!
By Amy Solovay
About the Author: Amy Solovay is a freelance writer with a background in textile design. She holds a bachelor’s degree with a studio art minor; and she has also obtained another degree in textile design. Amy has been crocheting and making crafts since childhood, and knitting since her teenage years. She hopes you’ll enjoy the paper craft and other craft ideas she has shared here at KnittingCrochetCrafts.com.
This page was last updated on 8-15-2021.