If your walls could talk, what would they say? If you're looking for a way to add some dimension and spice up your home décor, textured wallpaper is the way to go. These new, embossed wallpapers come in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles to fit any home. https://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/sofsdesigns
Textured wallpaper from Sofs designs is not only a great way to add some pizzazz to your walls; it's also a great way to cover up any imperfections. Whether you're looking for something to cover up cracks or nail holes, or you just want to add some dimension to your walls, textured wallpaper is the way to go.
So what are you waiting for? Add some dimension to your walls today with these new embossed textured wallpapers!
If you're looking for a way to add some dimension and visual interest to your walls, you may want to consider using our affordable 'faux' embossed textured wallpapers. These wallpapers are currently on trend, and for good reason. They can add a touch of luxury to any space, and can also be used to create a variety of different looks.
They can be used to create a variety of different looks, from modern and sleek to traditional and ornate. You can also find a wide range of colors and patterns to choose from, so you're sure to find something that suit your taste. Our wallpaper won't break the bank and will make your space look amazing!
If you're looking for a way to add some wow factor to your home, our collection of faux 3d embossed textured wallpapers are a great option. They can be used to create a variety of different looks, and can add a touch of luxury to any space. What's also awesome is that you can get matching fabric to make your coordinate your home decor.
You know the days... It actually starts right when the pumpkins get put outside! Time for the squirrels to get their fill and get big enough to last during the freezing winter months. Halloween contributes to the survival of our beloved Canadian squirrels!
To ease off our Halloween buzz, here is a fun post-craft celebration activity, free for all you little ghouls, witches and monsters! We need to keep our hands busy so we don't eat al our candies at once.
Here is a video tutorial on how to use our 3D papercraft patterns with your Glowforge.
When I bought my Glowforge laser cutter I didn't know about the discount 'codes' can you believe it!? I could have saved 500 bucks. Well, just so you don't make the same mistake, here is a code for you!
If you purchase your laser cutter through this link, you'll get pretty great discount and I'll get a little treat! Let me know how you like it! I feel like I am still discovering the magic of my machine...its awesome!
Oh and to get you started here is a free laser cutting template pattern to play with!
Have fun making stuff,
Much love from Sofs
In the world of papercraft we see all kinds of things, and we also see giant things! If you’ve wanted to try to make a bigger size papercraft for a long time, but weren’t sure how to, here are some tips.
Here is my journey: Little by little I researched the ways to do it and especially the necessary tools and materials. The rest is easy.
When I say easy, let me explain: Once I've equipped myself with the right paper (130 lb cardboard) and a large format printer, the rest is a matter of DIY.
You can use our Kits (already printed on the right size and thickness paper). Here is what you will need to get you set-up!
Construction of the beautiful 6-foot bear:
And so here is what I needed: template (see here) Polar Bear
A blade about $12 (I bought at staples)
A self-healing cutting mat that cost me about $45 (staples)
Gluing Method #1 :
Also, lately I changed my technique and use double sided tape with a
double sided tape dispenser. It's a bit more expensive with a value ranging from about $50 to $75. I also bought 'heavy duty' tape.
For most projects, regular double side tape works but bigger needs stronger tape. The cost of the tape is significant and I bought that at uline.ca
Gluing Method #2:
On the other hand, a stick of glue at $4 does the trick too! My favorite is the red, the pritt. Here you will have to tape your seams once the glue dries (from the inside with packaging (clear) tape). This is the less expensive method and it takes a bit longer but works!
And that's it, the rest is manual but simple. You have to do a little every day or set-up a weekend aside. The pattern pieces are cut and 'scored ' (I take the back of the knife with a ruler and I slide on the dotted lines.) By the way, scoring the lines to fold is an important part.
A bit annoying but folding will be much better!
The rest, well, it's like a mix between making a puzzle and painting by number. Just find the numbers that go together, so 1 with 1, 2 with 2...and glue them!
HERE is the result: breathtaking every time!!
Wanna have your 3D Papercraft last ? You have young ones that like to touch and play with your Lowpoly Paper models? NO PROBLEM! They are sturdier then you might think.
You can harden your models with resin epoxy ( see our other post) but you can also stuff them like you would a plush fabric toy. You can use plush or you can also use crumbled newspaper to add strength. In the photo below, I added polyfill to the legs of my flamingo. It stands without but some of the models will be used as model displays so I reinforce them.
Maker, owner, diy enthusiast, designer, artisan... Sofs is actively engaged in the pursuit of making it happen.