Project on Saints
Can you tell me how can I make my project on Saints attractive using paper?***********************
Thank you for your question. I will have to fill in some blanks here. If I get it wrong, please do comment back on this question and I will see what else you add. It would help to know more about the type of project you are wanting to make. How big does it have to be? Does it need to be three dimensional or would it be alright to make an album for your project?
I am assuming you want to make a project using pictures of Saints?
If you want to make a three dimensional display, try making a tri-fold
for instance. Use pictures of the Saints and write some information about each one near their pictures. Have some loose pictures to lay in front of the tri-fold or make a scrapbook of them to lay in front of it.
If you need to make more of an album for your project, why not try making a paper bag album
? You can have pictures on the pages and the information about the pictures can be stored in the pockets for the reader to take out and consider.
To make your project more interesting, see if you can work some of the cardmaking techniques
on papercraftcentral.com into your display. For example, use the heat embossing technique
to highlight your headings or make borders around your work.
I hope these ideas help you make a choice about the best way to tackle your project.
Maybe some PaperCraftCentral readers will also have suggestions and will comment on this question too.
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