The word doodle was coined in the early 17th century and originally described a fool or simpleton. The art of doodling relaxes the brain. Doodling helps a person think and is thought to improve memory significantly.
Most, if not all, inventions begin with the doodle. When you mindlessly illustrate during boardroom meetings or in the margins of books, your subconscious brain is relaxing and conjuring up all sorts of wonderful mischief and inventive mayhem.
Save those scribblings from listening to a speaker drone on and on about reports, statistics and projections, yawn. Give em a life to see what you comes about.
The art of doodling is as old as humankind. Doodles are commonly found in the margins of school notebooks drawn by bored, daydreaming students unmorivated, not interested in classroom subjects or discussions.
Squigglets are Scissorcraft doodles that span a lifespan of drawing for no particular reason other than to avoid listening to a speaker drone on and on about reports, statistics and projections. Some are doogles finished and others aren't. Give em a try and see what you can create.
Paper Trivia: Did you know that you can only fold a sheet of printer paper in half seven times? Give it a try. It doesn't matter how thick or thin the paper is, once you get to the seventh fold, the paper will not bend or budge.
Sun catchers. To create a translucent, stained glass ornaments effect, apply a bit of lemon oil to the back sides of paper ornaments to create a.
Hang the ornaments on trees, in windows, anywhere bright colorful decorations are desired.
Construct a large paper-tree for the wall with shades of green construction paper. Draw a large tree on a sheet of easel pad paper to tack onto a wall or other flat surface, then decorate with paper ornaments.