Create a One-Page Zine
Friday, Apr. 3, 2020 – Friday, Apr. 10, 2020
Unleash your creativity by making a one-page zine! Zines are self-published works that are completely creator controlled. In this video by HCCC's very own curatorial fellow, María-Elisa Heg, shows us how with materials that can be found around the house.
✶✶ Great for kids aged 5+ ✶✶
NOTE: This activity requires the use of scissors, so adult supervision is recommended!
- 1 sheet of paper (a sheet of 8.5x11 printer paper or any size of paper will work)
- Drawing materials such as pencils, pens, markers, and crayons
- Old magazines
- Origami paper
- Googly eyes
1. Fold a single sheet of paper in half lengthwise, then into quarters, and again until it is folded into eighths.
2. Open up your paper again, and then fold it in half. Cut halfway across the middle from the folded edge.
3. Unfold your paper. There should be a slit in the center of the page.
4. Fold your paper in half lengthwise, along the crease with the slit.
5. Holding the paper at either end, push the ends towards each other. This will form a booklet.
6. Crease the folded edge gently to make it nice and flat.
7. Fill it with whatever you want!
Don't forget to share your finished zine and using #craftwithhccc and tag us at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. We look forward to sharing our favorites!
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