The Paper Craft ClipArt gallery provides 21 examples of craft items made of paper.

"A may-basket which can be made in a moment is simply a bright-colored paper six inches long and three inches wide, with on if its long sides brought together at the two corners from the middle and fastened securely." -Beard, 1906

May Day basket

"A may-basket which can be made in a moment is simply a bright-colored paper six inches long and three…

"Water-proof paper flower-pot May-basket." -Beard, 1906

Mayflower basket

"Water-proof paper flower-pot May-basket." -Beard, 1906

"Carnations modeled from tissue-paper.' -Beard 1906

Tissue paper carnations

"Carnations modeled from tissue-paper.' -Beard 1906

A small little chicken modeled out of tissue paper.

Tissue paper chicken

A small little chicken modeled out of tissue paper.

"Daffodils modeled from tissue-paper." -Beard, 1906

Tissue paper daffodil

"Daffodils modeled from tissue-paper." -Beard, 1906

A small elephant modeled out of tissue paper.

Tissue paper elephant

A small elephant modeled out of tissue paper.

A sailor's hat made of paper.

Sailor puppet hat

A sailor's hat made of paper.

"Crying boy''s hat." -Beard, 1906

Cone puppet hat

"Crying boy''s hat." -Beard, 1906

"Hat for little girl who wants to play." -Beard, 1906

Cone puppet hat

"Hat for little girl who wants to play." -Beard, 1906

"Laughing boy's hat." -Beard, 1906

Cone puppet hat

"Laughing boy's hat." -Beard, 1906

"Little girl's skirt." -Beard, 1906

Cone puppet hat

"Little girl's skirt." -Beard, 1906

"The fish banners are hollow so that the wind ma fill them, causing fish to rise and fall as the breeze comes and goes...The fish used on this eventful day are the famous carp, which the natives call koi, the unconquerable." -Beard, 1906

Paper koi birthday pole

"The fish banners are hollow so that the wind ma fill them, causing fish to rise and fall as the breeze…

"The Japanese carp stands for good cheer, indomitable will, perseverance, and fortitude, and it is used to impress these virtues upon the boys, but all the good qualities named are fully as necessary for girls even though the Japanese do not mention the fact, but girls are not forgotten." -Beard 1906

Paper koi

"The Japanese carp stands for good cheer, indomitable will, perseverance, and fortitude, and it is used…

"Morning-glory modeled out of tissue-paper.' -Beard 1906

Tissue paper morning-glory

"Morning-glory modeled out of tissue-paper.' -Beard 1906

An example of how to model a morning-glory out of tissue paper.

Tissue paper morning-glory

An example of how to model a morning-glory out of tissue paper.

"This little pig went to the market." -Beard, 1906

5 little pigs hand puppets

"This little pig went to the market." -Beard, 1906

"This little pig stayed at home." -Beard, 1906

5 little pigs hand puppets

"This little pig stayed at home." -Beard, 1906

"I am sleepy." -Beard, 1906

The children's heads

"I am sleepy." -Beard, 1906

"Where is my hat?" -Beard, 1906

The children's heads

"Where is my hat?" -Beard, 1906

"I think you are funny." -Beard, 1906

The children's heads

"I think you are funny." -Beard, 1906

"Will you play with me?" -Beard, 1906

The children's heads

"Will you play with me?" -Beard, 1906