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diy paper baskets

by:Vitalucks      2020-06-10
I always try to use recycled materials when making projects.
Almost everyone has a bunch of files (
Newspapers, Brown newspapers, magazines, etc. )
Around their house.
It\'s time to turn them into something useful!
In this Instructure I tried to show 5 simple paper basket weaving patterns.
I used a small number of strips and tried to simplify the steps as much as possible.
These baskets are also useful and cheap! :)
The materials needed to make these paper baskets are :-1)Paper (
Paper, brown paper, colored paper, magazine paper. . .
Any kind of paper)2)Anti-cutter, 3)Scissor, 4)Glue 5)Scotch tape, 6)
Cardboard or thick paper.
I made the basket with a brown note.
At the beginning, you have to cut the file into 1. 5 inch width.
They are then folded into half an inch wide and the length is kept at 12 inch or more.
Make as much as possible.
First of all, take 16 pieces and divide them into two halves.
Vertical layout 8, horizontal layout 8, as shown in the first picture of this step.
Tighten the weaving carefully to make sure all sides are uniform.
Both sides are now established.
As shown in the figure, take a strap and walk around both sides.
Keep the strap folded at the end about half to 1 inch.
When folding the rest of the tape, use clear tape or glue to make sure they don\'t come out.
The square basket is ready!
You need cardboard or thick paper to make a circular drawing (
Make the bottom of the basket)
And, of course, paper tape.
Take eight notes.
First Take 2, stick together in the middle to form a cross.
Now, do the same for the rest of the bars and make sure to glue them in the middle.
After putting all 8 together, they should look like a star (
As shown in the figure).
Now stick the circular paper board in the middle of the star.
Keep the remaining few as shown in the figure.
One more walk, one circle.
After weaving the first note, you don\'t need to pick it up because they will remain straight in themselves.
Continue to weave in the basket, but keep about half to 1 inch bars at the end.
Fold the rest of the strip inside and glue.
To make this basket, you need to cut a circle from the cardboard and 0 bars. 5 cm width.
Use super glue to stick 12 pieces of tape with the circular paper board.
Now, keep a few as shown.
One more walk and start weaving around.
After weaving the first note, you don\'t need to pick it up because they will remain straight in themselves.
Continue to weave in the basket, but keep about half to 1 inch bars at the end.
Fold the rest of the strip inside and glue.
You can make boundaries using additional files.
This basket is really cute!
It is easier to make this basket with even numbers.
Spread out 4 (
As I indicated in the first step the regular bar)
4 bars vertical and horizontal.
Tighten the weaving carefully to ensure uniform stripes.
I have shown the fold line in the first picture of this step.
Fold the straps on either side and start weaving by placing one strap on the other (
As shown in the second one
1 Picture of this step).
This weaving will form a corner that you can see in the second corner --2 picture.
Continue to weave like this, after a few steps, it will form a number like the second one4 picture.
You can fold the remaining straps inside, or cut them into smaller pieces and fold them inside.
Use glue when folding, so it won\'t come out.
It is woven with 5 simple paper baskets.
I will soon make more paper baskets with different patterns and try to add more details to the production.
I hope you enjoy making them. :)
To make this basket you can use all the remaining straps so that they are not wasted.
Stick all the remaining tape vertically together with glue or clear tape.
Cut the oval shape from cardboard or thick paper.
Take the bar now and use the oval cardboard board (
As shown in the figure).
Start winding carefully and continue to glue the tape until it is finished.
When the strap comes to the end, fold it inside and make sure it doesn\'t come out with glue.
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