Fold the fortune teller in half along the horizontal line, as shown. When I was young, my friends and I used the same folding technique to create a game. Much less menacing than grey and red! Push your fingers into the pockets square pockets and push the flaps up to open up the cootie catcher. Kids will love this one! Chatterbox also offers a variety of other scrapbooking helps. There are 3 volumes to choose from. Sight and Sound Reading Last but not least grab these.
With brand new resources added on weekly basis you will never run out of fun things to make with your kids either as a parent or as a teacher. When you're done erase the lines and voila! For more information you can contact Chatterbox, Inc. Fold the 4 corners towards the middle again. Each template has 4 or 5 patterns to trace, not to mention a border around the stencil that you can use to draw patterned borders on your pages. Thank you for sharing this.
Scroll a bit more to grab your free template. Once printed cut out the square with the shark design, as well as the fins that come with it. All of the phrases are divided into easy to use categories. You might need to wiggle your fingers a little bit to make the shark cootie catcher form. Fold all 4 corners towards the middle see image bellow to see how your project should look. Chatterbox is the creator of the popular Journaling Genies. Continue with the other three corners.
Cut carefully around the outside of the templates. Scrapbooker's Best Friend - These are great little books filled with over 450 phrases for using as captions, headers etc. The four corners should naturally start to pop out — this is where you put your thumbs and index fingers. Melody's company has some innovative tools that can help make your journaling and scrapbooking easier. Journaling Genies are fun templates that can help make your journaling look great with minimal work.
Getting to Know Chatterbox, Inc. When we used the Journaling Genies we simply traced the lines lightly with a sharp pencil, removed the stencil and added our journaling. For extra emphasis, you can mount your journaling on an outline of the shape you used on the stencil. Continue with the other three corners. You have easy and creative journaling on your page. Or Check the Steps on How to Make a Shark Cootie Catcher First you will need to print our template for this cute little creature. So pleased you are back.
Here's a taste of some of the other products that they offer: Journaling Genie Idea Book - This book gives you hunderds of ideas for creative ways to use your Journaling Genies. Chatterbox has designed some products that can help alleviate those fears. Flip the paper so that the white side is facing you the desing should be facing the table. Ready to fold your own? The Natural Homeschool Or this. Fold the first corners into the centre. Make sure the fold is crisp — run a craft stick across the fold. Simple Fun for Kids Also check this.
Print out the template see below. Scrapbookers Book of Alphabets - This book illustrates over 30 different alphabets to help you be creative in your lettering. Fold the square shape in half to get the long rectangle the side with the teeth will stay inside. I like the bright blue and pink colours. Rotate the paper and fold again across the middle.
But this shark cootie catcher is just a bit more awesome than your regular fortune teller! More cootie catchers to print and have fun with: More Awesome Shark Crafts and Activities to Celebrate Shark Week Ready for shark week? We did — a lot! School Time Snippets Love paper plate crafts we do! Folding paper is an art and projects are perfect for beginners! They are made of durable heavy-duty material that held up well to our abuse when we tested them. Scrapbooker's Instant Interviews - This book is filled with thought provoking questions to help you interview a loved one or remember details when documenting an event. Flip the paper again — have the white side facing you again and the design facing the table. I used to spend loads of time as a kid making paper fortune tellers. Fold in half along both diagonals. Start with this — oh how fun! Neat and crisp folds will make it easier to fold this origami.
. Make sure the folds are crisp — run a craft stick across them. Fold the first corners into the centre be as accurate as you can. We've found that journaling is a scary prospect for many scrapbookers, even us at Crazy for Scrappin'. The Journaling Genies have holes punched along 1 edge for easy storage in a binder. We found that it works best if you use permanent ink for your journaling so it won't smear when you erase your lines.
You can print it on regular print paper or glossy paper photography paper works pretty well with paper toys such as this one. First fold the square paper in half to make a crease. Fold the fortune teller in half along the vertical line, as shown. Currently, Chatterbox has 10 different Journaling Genie templates with themes such as: Basic, Birthday, Funky, Baby, Christmas and Weddings. If you are not sure how to use a paper fortune teller then check out By the way my colours are pink, purple, red and orange — represented by the fruit! Chatterbox is a company owned and operated by Melody Ross in Star, Idaho. .