Paper Fans: 35 How To’s
Rewind and think about the various childhood activities you had done during your school holidays. Bet making paper fans would be on the top of the list. Here are some creative ways to make a fan out of paper (newspaper, scrap paper, or gift wrapper) that you can carry out with your kids.
Making a long-lasting impression are these paper fans with painted popsicle sticks for easy holding.
Fluttering with glee the lovely paper fans would take you on a trip down memory lane.
A wall with differently designed paper fans can only augment the aesthetic beauty of your room.
A perfect mix of serenity and simplicity, the paper fans are the current flavors of the season.
Bring home the vintage cheer once again filling the entire house with hordes of vibrant paper fans.
If your next party is all about posing for the camera, then a myriad of flamboyant paper fans in the background would serve the purpose.
Need we say more when these pleated beauties cheerfully sway to and fro from the roof?
The freshness emitted from the flowery fan makes it ideal for using a ravishing centerpiece on your tables.
The multicolored fans are a whiff of fresh air, making their way into your room and adding tons of old school fun.
Although you would find the use of simple scrap paper in the tutorial, crafting a white paper fan oozes a tranquil charm.
As an indoor backdrop or outdoor party décor, the glittery fans are surely going to have a major impact.
Won’t you love the idea of driving away the summer heat with a slice of watermelon (not literally) in your hand?
Grace your room with the vibrant pinwheel-like fan made in the simplest way.
Here’s the perfect setup for a photo booth if you have a grand house party planned in your head. The guests are undoubtedly going to enjoy clicking snaps.
The girly pink signifies the power and beauty of feminism and the best way to celebrate it decking the walls with these swirly fans.
Step into a world of childhood memories, decorating your dull ambiance with a multitude of rolling paper fans.
For an exclusive way to send the wedding invitation cards, you can take some clues from the tutorial, and also beat the heat.
How amazingly a piece of wrapping paper has been folded into a jazzy hand-held fan?
With hole punches of various sizes, you can make paper fans of different patterns and beautify your living space.
On the occasion of 4th of July, express your patriotism making a wonderful paper fan craft and hanging it on the door.
Not exactly something you can move back and forth for some cool air, the gigantic paper fan is apt on the walls.
The cuddly faces on the fans would remind the little ones of their favorite comic characters.
Imagine a spell of the rainbow in your hand as if captured from the sky in a piece of paper.
Keep the fan under a ceiling fan and see it swirling. Another quirky creation added to your collection of origami crafts.
Make a garland of pretty pink paper fans and dress the windows for your little princess’s next birthday bash.
The cheery mood of the paper fans changes the look of the room. Kids would find the craft more fun-filled as it does not require much effort to complete.
Published on June 20th 2016 by Michelle Anderson