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Slacklining became popular because of It's widespread availability. Just a bit of space, two trees, or places where you can hook the rope and You can start training. It seems very easy, but if a rope is hanging over the abyss then is pure madness. The name of the sport comes from the words slackline.


We have several types of slacklining, one of them is TRICKLINING / LOWLINING. In this case, the tape is not stretched high. It is the height of the hips. It is not crazy and extreme but it is safe. This sport requires a lot of concentration. Focus on maintaining a balance relaxes and reduces stress. On this line you can also do many other interesting things like eg. Invent new tricks or practice yoga.



Slacklining had its beginning in California, when two climbers Adam Grosowsky and Jeff Ellington began to walk on the stretched ropes and chains in the parking lot. Others liked it and is now becoming increasingly popular. He walked over the Grand Canyon Enshi in Hubei province of China in two minutes at a height of 1800 m above sea level.

Ola Rzeszotka, Julka Kulbaczewska

 
Ideas for gifts

In this article we will write about ideas for gifts, for example for Christmas gifts.

ORIGAMI
- as a hobby


Origami is a traditional Japanese folk art of paper folding. It was created in the 17th century and has evolved into the modern art it is today. It consists of transforming a flat sheet of material (that is typically paper) into a sculpture.

 

WHAT DO YOU NEED?


The only material needed for origami is paper. It should be thin, able to hold a crease, and not tear easily when folded a number of times. Some origami paper is coloured on one side, with white on the other.

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WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH PAPER?

 

You can do almost everything, if you have imagination and skills, for example: animals, boxes and Christmas decorations :)




THIS IS A VIDEO HOW CAN YOU MAKE A ORIGAMI CHRISTMAS TREE:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxEtoQ63usU

 

Next is scrapbooking :)

 

SCRAPBOOKING- what is it?

 

A scrapbook is simply a decorated photo album that also preserves the stories behind the photos (called journaling), it can also hold memorabilia (tickets, certificates, letters, etc.). You might have a family album as well as smaller theme albums for vacations, home improvement or a baby’s first year.

 

HOW CAN YOU START?

 

  1. Sort your photos into themes or topics and select a set to work on.
  2. Select 2-3 colours of acid-free paper or cardstock that will work well with your photos.
  3. Pick one photo to be the main focus of your page.
  4. If needed, crop your photos
  5. Add journaling(Your pictures only tell half of the story and without the narration to go with them their meaning may become lost over the years. Think about not only including the basic "who, what, when, and where" style of journaling but also incorporating the feelings, thoughts, and memories that these pictures bring to you).
  6. Add a few extras (such as stickers and embellishments).
  7. Arrange all items on your pages and adhere.

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WHAT DO YOU NEED?

 

If you like to start scrapbooking you need:

*Memorabilia -You will need to gather a collection of photographs and articles reminding you of a special date or memorable place. The articles could include theatre and concert tickets, air tickets, menus, a lock of your baby's hair, coins, even invitations or congratulation cards and  special documents.

*Albums - they can be purchased in various sizes.

*Scissors - There is a huge variety of paper scissors with various decorative cutting edges available.

*Adhesives

*Stickers - Stickers  provide a quick and easy way to embellish and personalize your pages.

*Pens and markers -They are available in a variety of types, colours and thickness.

*Templates - it comes in all shapes and sizes such as: circles, ovals, borders, hearts, stars and much, much more. Templates or stencils are used for creating decorative borders, frames and lettering.

*Decorative punches

*Extras- for example: braid, beads and ribbon :D

 

Marta S., Ala Cz.

 
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