This is the most detailed tutorial I’ve seen for book folding. The template is for Illustrator or any vector software. Even if you don’t have a vector program, this tutorial is still really informational about what fonts to pick, size of book etc…
Another good tutorial can be found on Instructables by Mr_o_uk. I always read the comment section in Instructables because the authors of the tutorials always answer questions. It’s a very interactive website where suggestions are made, links to other similar tutorials are posted etc… These folded book numbers were made as table numbers.
For more pop up cards from Minieco that I’ve posted, see below:
- DIY Skull Popup Card Printable here.
- DIY Pacman Ghost Printables here. There are printables for Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde and two printables for the vulnerable ghosts.
- DIY 8 Bit Space Invader and Skull Card here.
- Pixelated Heart Card here.
DIY 6 Nebula Galaxy Bottle and Jewelry Tutorials. Roundup from truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com.
Have you seen these all over Etsy or on fashion blogs? Most links lead to scape sites and not the actual tutorials – whereas my links go to the original source. These are so cheap to make because all you need is water, cotton, paint-dye-ink, glitter and a container.
What I have learned researching nebular or galaxy jars and bottles is that it is better not to use food coloring (some worry about bacteria forming – but for the short run it should be OK), but rather opt for paint, fabric paint, dye or ink. Also, a few tutorials mixed in glue clear or glitter glue when adding the glitter.
DIY Nebula Galaxy Bottle Pendant Tutorial on YouTube from June Hislop. She used glittery eyeshadow.