Geek Crafts: Geometric Craft Roundup

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I’m Haley Pierson-Cox from The Zen of Making, and this is your weekly dose of geeky goodness.

We know that you secretly loved your high school geometry class. (Don’t worry—we’re not telling!) And sometimes there’s just nothing better than straight lines and bold shapes to really get your creativity going. So, for all of you polygon-loving makers out there, here are six geometric project ideas that are sure to make your inner mathematician happy!

 

 

1. DIY 3D Geometric Sculpture from CRAFT

2. DIY Geometric Pouch from Dismount Creative

3. I ♥ Mathematics {Platonic Solids Garland} from Mini Eco UK

4. DIY Geometric Felt Bookmarks from How About Orange

5. Tape painting from Maria Teorien

6. Geometric Wedges from Sincerely, Kinsey

Looking for more math-tastic ideas? Head on over to my Back-to-School Ruler Craft Roundup right here on FaveCrafts!

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  1. Jen says

    These are all so fun! I especially love the Geometric Felt Bookmarks since I’m always losing all my bookmarks. These would make for some really fun Halloween presents too if you’re into that sort of thing. I know I am! Spooky geometric bookmarks to go along with a vintage copy of Edgar Allan Poe short stories. Purrfect!

  2. says

    Geometry has the ability to be so inspiring! I’ve found it’s a great resource for projects intended as gifts for someone of the male persuasion. Since geometric lines are bold and simple, they tend to serve the male audience as well. As a knitter, this was a particularly useful discovery of mine; knitting a lace shawl for your father doesn’t go over well.

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