Tag Archive: cardboard lamp

Jan 26

How to make a DIY Paper Cut Lamp

I love the the work of dutch light designer Tord Boontje I already have tried before to mimic the fantastic textile- laser cut lamps that were so popular a few years ago. Recently I found this tutorial – which is inspired by his work. I must admit, only like the idea – the concept I …

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Jan 13

How to make a unique cardboard lamp

So as you maybe know by now  I am a cardbord artist, I too make cardboard lamps, this blog contains really very different and unique limps or lightings actually we could say light sculptures In this video you can see the assembly of one of their unique lamps. The design of the shape of the …

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Jan 12

How to make a flower ball Lamp DIY

Remember the post that triggered the series of lamp tutorials? The post was a tutorial for a Christmas or party decoration. But it reminded me of the lamps made from elements This was what sent me to look for the previous tutorials Here is a video showing a lamp just like the Flower ball – …

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Jan 05

How to Make an IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch part 2 DIY tutorial

You can make a whole bunch of different shapes of the  IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch Using a different number of element or arrangement in different combinations Here are a few more tutorials on how to assemble them Here are a few different shapes In the following links you can find lots and lots …

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Jan 04

How to Make an IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch DIY tutorial

You can make an IQ lamp / jigsaw lamp from scratch. I have liked these lamp shades forever – It seem really ingenious You look at it and know it is a bunch of elements with a trick, all the same shape and size all you need is the design of a single element and …

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Dec 21

Flower ball decoration – Christmass, party or your room

OK, so if you need last minute decoration for Christmas – here is a great tutorial – on how to make a flower ball Actually I love it because it reminds me of similar lamps that are made of parts the interlock together in a smart  way to form the shape of a flower ball …

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