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A woman named Tiny van der Plas decided to fold these papers for decorating greeting cards. A new art form was born.

You can read more about teabag folding on Wikipedia. Anyhoo, we started folding squares of paper into origami-esque shapes. After completing 8 folded squares, we assembled them into a star-like paper thing.

After feeling happy at having completed my starry creation, we then moved on to circles. More happy folding.

The staged photographs are easy to follow, and good results are within the grasp of anybody who is adept at following diagrams. Other popular crafting methods are included, too, such as wirework, metal embossing, paper beads and popup cards.

With a combination of clear diagrams, lovely papers, imaginative projects and a good knowledge of the current craft world, this is a book to treasure-and what a good present it would make for the crafter in your life!

In this book, Janet and Tiny combine their talents to produce exquisite and beautiful paper decorations, jewellery and more.


Since then, she has become proficient in a wide range of paper skills including parchment craft, quilling, paper cutting, embossing, paper pricking, casting and sculpting. Other outside interests involve her in amateur dramatics, especially in the fields of music hall and costume design.

Janet lives in Berkshire. Tiny van der Plas has enjoyed handicrafts of all descriptions since childhood and her parents, both of whom also enjoyed making things, encouraged her.

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The medallions or paper rosettes can be used for handmade cards, gift tags, or scrapbooking. Fold corner to corner.

Here is a nice demonstration page of tea bag folding instructions. Rating details. Fold the other side to side.

Janet brought the craft to the UK, and now many cardmakers have discovered what fun you can have with a series of little square pictures.