“Hanoi Old Quarter” From Various Used Paper Boxes (P.01)/ Phố Cổ Hà Nội

“Hanoi Old Quarter” From Various Used Paper Boxes (P.01)/ Phố Cổ Hà Nội


Hello everyone! Today, we’ll make a Hanoi street from various used paper boxes. So let’s get to work Use a transparent tape to stick the lids together tightly Use some thin paper to cover the boxes Follow the video Draw windows, doors, etc. in any way you like Use a paper knife to cut according to what is shown in the video Follow the video Use plastic straws (or paper, or toothpicks) to make window bars Paint Fold some paper to make roofs and sliding doors water tanks on the rooftops Make street lamps with anything suitable Make various items such as doorbells, house number signs, pot plants, water tanks on the rooftops – a typical feature of houses in Hanoi – and trash cans Use toilet paper cores and paper straws to make trees Use threads to make power lines This is it for today I design this street according to the real Hang Vai (Fabric) Street in the Old Quarter in my home city, Hanoi. The Old Quarter lies at the heart of Hanoi. It has 36 ancient streets bearing the names of residents’ traditional crafts and trades. Today, some streets no longer offer the products suggested by their names. For instance, shops on Hang Vai Street now sell bamboo products, not fabric. In our next video, I’ll show you how to make human figures from non-dry clay and steel threads to make our street livelier. See you again soon!

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  1. Hello everyone,

    Today, we’ll make a Hanoi street from various used paper boxes.

    I design this street according to the real Hang Vai (Fabric) Street in the Old Quarter in my home city, Hanoi. The Old Quarter lies at the heart of Hanoi. It has 36 ancient streets bearing the names of residents’ traditional crafts and trades. Today, some streets no longer offer the products suggested by their names. For instance, shops on Hang Vai Street now sell bamboo products, not fabric.

    So let’s get to work:

    -Use a transparent tape to stick the lids together tightly.

    -Use some thin paper to cover the boxes.

    -Draw windows, doors, etc. in any way you like.

    -Use a paper knife to cut according to what is shown in the video.

    -Follow the video.

    -Paint.

    -Fold some paper to make roofs and sliding doors.

    -Use plastic straws (or paper, or toothpicks) to make window bars.

    -Make various items such as doorbells, house number signs, pot plants, water tanks on the rooftops – a typical feature of houses in Hanoi – and trash cans.

    -Make street lamps with anything suitable. Use threads to make power lines.

    -Use toilet paper cores and paper straws to make trees.

    This is it for today.

    In our next video, I’ll show you how to make human figures from non-dry clay and steel threads to make our street livelier.

    See you again soon!

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