This huge variety of paper patterns includes everything from subtle tints and complex patterns to super saturated solid colors! Excite your students’ imaginations with 192 sheets in a pack!
Energize students’ visual development with patterns and color while introducing color theory. Enhance fine motor skills through cutting and pasting activities.
Make paper chains. Position the paper lengthwise, blank side up. Fold the paper in half, then fold again. Open the paper. You should have 3 creases running lengthwise across the paper. Use the creases as cutting guidelines to make 4 strips. Bend one strip pattern side up and attach the ends to make a loop, then add a second strip and attach the ends to make another loop. Continue looping more strips through each loop until you have the desired chain length.
Create cool, hip clothes for paper dolls out of Decorative Hues Paper. Use the clothing templates online at http://www.Roylco.com to trace and cut out the clothes. Fold back the tabs and set delicately over a paper doll or Roylco R51448 Paper Doll Pad.
Make origami art! Visit http://www.Roylco.com to find a great selection of origami ideas in our online guides! Use scraps from craft projects for mosaic illustrations!
Check out some of these great projects that we’ve made in the past using our R15203 Decorative Hues Paper:
- Decorative Hues Paper Bird Mobile – Pull out our pack of R15203 Decorative Hues Paper and make no-glue exquisite birds for your classroom mobile!
- No-Glue Decorative Paper Chains – String up a colorful paper chain for the holidays!
- Decorative Tree Ornaments – Cute and fun cones stacked together make very pretty ornaments for a Christmas tree!
- 3D Ocean Scenes – Make gorgeous, dimensional ocean scenes, complete with little fishies!
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