DIY Dreamcatcher Pendant Tutorial Dreamcatchers are adorable, all time popular and you’ll never get bored of the patterns! It’s amazing to see the endless possibilities of patterns you can come up with for dreamcatchers. This DIY dreamcatcher pendant is so easy to make and will take you only a few minutes. I LOVED making these dreamcatcher pendants and I’m already planning to make more versions of it! Please do check out the tutorial and try making one!
Make recycling fun and crafty this Fall season. Try making these recycled pumpkin boxes from leftover toilet paper rolls and encourage your little ones to recycle more! This recycled pumpkin box craft isn’t just fun to make but also really useful; you can store little jewellery pieces or us it as a gift box.
Acrylic Abstract Painting – for Beginners At the beginning of 2019, I decided to learn one new art and craft skill each month and this month it’s ‘painting’! I wanted to share my first abstract painting, hence this post! I won’t be giving any tips or suggestions in this post, but surely in the next posts as I’ll learn and practice more. Surely, this abstract painting for beginners is pretty easy, and if you’re inspired enough, you can do it too!
Make Monster Pencil Toppers – Fun Craft! Looking for a fun craft idea to try out with the kids? How about these super cute monster pencil toppers? A great craft project to teach the kids easy and simple hand-stitching; and keeping the pencils safe with these cute monsters protecting them 🙂 Check out the tutorial and try making one (or two or more!).
Cherry Blossom Flowers – Paper Quilling Cherry blossoms are one of the most elegant flowers! No matter how you craft them, what material you use, they always look pretty and perfect! I loved how these quilled cherry blossoms turned out and it’s such an easy craft for anyone to try out, even for beginners. These quilled cherry blossoms are perfect as last minute gift idea; And also, this quilled cherry blossom art is great for simple home decor lover. You can make this craft using only a few basic craft supplies and only papers! Check out the list of supplies and the tutorial to make one yourself 🙂 For more quilled crafts, check out my Quilled Tulip Cards and Quilled Flower Pendant. List of Supplies Paper quilling strips Slotted quilling tool Brown craft paper Pencil Scissors Craft glue Tutorial Step 1 Choose a color for the quilled cherry blossom flowers and prepare at least 6 quilling strips of any length you want (I used 15 cm long strips). Use a yellow colored quilling strip of the same length as the previous ones but its thickness should be double than the previous ones. Make quilled teardrop shapes with the long strips […]
DIY Concrete and Wire Note Holders I never had to use sticky notes or noteholders but as life is getting busy and busy every day; now I feel the importance of writing down notes every now and then just to make sure that I don’t miss out anything important. I’m very pleased with how these concrete note holders turned out and they have been super useful. My husband has one at his office desk displaying his visiting card and I also gave another one to a friend, she’s also using it to display visiting cards and important notes. I’ll be making a few more concrete note holders for my workspace and some for others. If you try out this project you might end up having some concrete-mix left ; ) in that case, you might want to check out another DIY concerte project – DIY Concrete Planters. Supplies Cement and sand mixture (50:50) Toilet tissue roll Cardstock paper Plastic bucket or pot to mix cement A stick to mix the cement Scissors Adhesive tape Craft wire – 16 gauge Craft pliers – cutting, looping, flat nose Hot glue gun Tutorial Step 1 Determine the height you want for the concrete […]
DIY Macrame Wall Hanging Macrame crafts have always mesmerized me! Boy, I wish I could make one of those huge, gorgeous macrame wall hanging for my living room! After giving it a lot of thought to it, I decided to give the easiest yet the cutest macrame craft a try. Macrame rainbow wall hanging; which is pretty trending right now in the craft and DIY world. There wasn’t much to add to it but I tried to make it a little easier. I didn’t use wire and also didn’t go for stitching for attaching the ropes, because I find it a bit difficult. I had no idea until I gave it a try; that it would be so addicting!