Wallpaper isn't just for walls anymore. It can be a free source for some of the most creative yet simple crafts. On this page, I have tried to answer some of the more common questions regarding wallpaper crafting. Not all of the ideas are mine. Many have come from friends, bbs notes, and books.You have many templates around the house without realizing it. A small gift box, a potpourri pouch, a teabag envelope, a dry soup box, all can be unfolded and placed on the wallpaper. Trace, cut out, and fold like the original.
For your convenience, I have zipped up some jpg's of some of my favorite templates. To use these, import them into your favorite print program, enlarge to the desired size, and print out on cardstock. To make them last longer, either laminate or cover with clear contact paper. Cut them out, and then trace onto the wallpaper. Follow the assembly instructions on each template.