HomeStudio gave this tutorial (look for the link to the pdf) for making Scrabble tile pendants with the pretty papers on them to the Make and Takes blog. I've been wondering how this was done.
Making Paper, from Kids Gardening, is just the kind of thing that my girlies could turn into the super-messy creative project that they like the best. I've been wanting to learn how to make the little recycled-paper notecards with the flower seeds in them--yay!
From the file of things I didn't know I really wanted until I saw them, but now I want them soooo badly: this pattern for a paper cut-and-fold chess set from...um...Hattori? The site's in Japanese, but it looks like a place for super-elaborate (such as the model of a wood burning stove?) origami. Okay, but one of the links from Hattori is maybe to a bondage/gay sex site, so, you know, feel free to just look at the chess set pattern.
I haven't yet made the Bitty Booties from HellomynameisHeather (look for the link from Free Patterns), but FINALLY Matt's cousins have some babies amongst them, so--hello, Christmas!
Pony panties, again--I pulled tons of stencils from Spray Paint Stencils for freezer paper stencils--dinosaurs, vegetables, a unicorn that I ruthlessly cut the horn off to transform into a pony for Willow, Godzilla, and the Death Star. I found some other Star Wars stencils from Grrl to cover a couple of bleach stains on Matt's shirts.
What's on your on-line project list?