Diy geoball

11/20/2011






Rakastan geometrisia muotoja. Näiden pienien pallojen sisälle voi synttäreillä tai joulupöydässä kätkeä vaikka karkkia tai sinne voi säilöä omat pienet aarteet. Piirrä vain kuusikulmio ja ruuduta se kolmioilla, taittele, leikkaa, liimaa ja kiinnitä siivekkeet toisiinsa. Tämä icosahedronin muoto on todella monikäyttöinen. Voit tehdä isoja tai pieniä koreja. Kartonki on ehkä helpoin materiaali tähän. Kurkkaa myös adonden ihanat pahvisäilyttimet joista aiemmin täällä blogissanikin mainitsin.

I just love all geometric shapes! I have many geometric foldings at home like the mobiles. These baskets are great for example for candies or small jewelries. I have bought those bigger ones but wanted smaller for kids birthday party. Just draw hexagon, fill it with triangles, cut it, put some glue and fold. Make small or big ones. I used cardboard. Inspiration for these came from adondes Ico for pencils: www.adonde.fr

32 comments:

  1. Aivan ihana! Kiitos ohjeesta. Onnistuiskohan noille vääntää joku kansikin? Pitää kokeilla :)

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  2. Voi kiitos! Olen jo pitkään ihastellut näitä! :)

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  3. I just made one of these last week, how funny!

    Yours turned out better though, I tried using cardboard and it was too thick to stay put.

    :)

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  4. I love these, thanks for the DIY!

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  5. Kiitokset ohjeesta!! :)

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  6. Very good ;)


    Ecg indie design

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  7. Oh thank you, I love it, and will try it!

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  8. Awesome idea! Love your pictures, your graphics, your blog:)

    thelittlefrogdesign.blogspot.com

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  9. Hauska vaikka kattauksessakin! :)

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  10. Loved the DIY! Made two little ones on the spot.

    Love your blog btw ^_^

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  11. Absolutely fantastic. I have to try this. Thank you for sharing :-)
    Birgitte

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  12. Thats great - I have to make this!!! :)

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  13. veeeery cool! thanks lot!

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  14. Thanks! Great blog and nice instruction! i made one of these:
    http://heldundlykke.blogspot.com/

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  15. Fantastic!!! Love your blog. From freezing Switzerland

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  16. Anonymous2/29/2012

    cocococococococococococococococcococoo

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  17. Great idea! Thanks for the DIY.

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  18. This is such a great idea.
    Thank you!

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  19. that's a awesome idea! cool!

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  20. niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  21. Wow I am loving this.

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  22. Hey, nice of you to share the "recipe" :) I want to reshare the result of me trying, can strongly recommend paper with pattern on two sides.... Have a nice day!

    http://instagram.com/p/VogSo8NpCH/#

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  23. Anonymous5/16/2013

    Very COOL!!!

    I have made a post with your tutorial on the blog:

    http://todiyornottodiy.blogspot.pt/2013/05/caixa-geometrica-diy-geoball.html

    Thank you for sharing this

    We love your blog!

    TO DIY OR NOT TO DIY

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  24. Thanks for the DIY!!!
    ;-)

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  25. Great DIY! do you have any tricks to get the hexagon right? :-)

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  26. Hello, I featured this beautiful project in my last post (http://leideedellavale.blogspot.it/2014/07/le-rassegne-della-vale-2-arredare-con-la-carta.html). I posted only one photo with the link back to your original tutorial. I hope you'd like it.
    All the best and good luck!!

    Valentina

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