Welcome to Pat´s Paper Projects. Over one hundred pages of amazing paper projects for all ages.
3D Paper Projects
Start with only a small pot of glue, some paints, brushes, a pair of scissors, newspaper, masking tape, tissue paper and used paper cups and plates. Create amazing paper projects from some readily available and used materials.
Step by step instructions help with the techniques involved throughout. Click here to find out more.
Make this super space rocket from bits and pieces such as empty cartons, bottle tops and scraps of card and paper.
Full instructions and helpful tips to make your own space rocket.
Make a happy little snowman
An easy to make snowman using just a paper cup, scraps of paper and paint.
Download pdf instructions to make this little figure.
This Coldstream Guard and sentry box were made from waste paper, wool and a vacuum cleaner box!
Go to Royal Celebration to see more.
70 Useful Squares
Click here to download a simple A4 sheet containing 70 Useful Squares, handy for making quick charts and timetables.
"A picture made by putting together scraps of paper and other things". This is a very basic description of collage but does not tell of the immense joy of this activity or that a hot glue gun would be useful!
Click here to find out more.
Marbling, a process of taking prints from the surface of water, is a traditional method, often used for the decorative end papers of books. Basically, oil colours, thinned with turpentine, are laid on the surface of the water with a brush, gently stirred, then a sheet of paper laid upon the surface of the water, picks up the fascinating shapes and colours. Click here for more.
Colouring Book by Pat
Download and print this complete alphabet colouring book or single pages in colour or black and white, lots of characters to colour in. Click here to find out more.
This new addition to Pats Paper Projects called Learning Letters has seven separate sections of learning materials for people of all ages learning the alphabet and basic numbers. Projects include making Alphabet Letters, Reading Squares, Picture and Number Squares, making a Counting Board from egg boxes and cardboard tubes, and making Alphabet Cubes from empty washed juice cartons.