I found this amazing and easy tutorial on Blah to TADA! blog.
So you use the paper rolls to make the thing. Glue it to secure it. Make it in different sizes and put two together (or more) to have a multi row bracelet holder.
An now: here’s mine:
I painted it with acrylic paint instead of covering it into some material. The base is a piece of scrap wood we found at home and drilled a hole of the size of the paper roll with a hole cutter (or whatever its name is). It’s lovely and useful! Thank you for the great tutorial. 🙂
Requires no comments. Easy and looks cute. 🙂
I found this statement unbelievable. Then I watched these videos!
I watched my mum knit wonerful things and I could never learn it. But now I am ready to make my first scarf and get ready for autumn-winter!
— No, I don’t speak Chinese either, but the video is quite clear so I think I can learn it without understanding the lady… 🙂
An easy and fun way; and the result – lovely!
After a nice and relaxing holiday I am back with some tips on candle holders – the unusual ways. (The first one is my favorite.)
A great idea to make paper flower-like pom poms.
I have a good friend who recently started to make stuffed animals – not the usual way though.
She first started asking aroung friends for socks, unused, old ones: no matter the pattern or the color.
I found some at home for her, two pairs of thigh socks I had got as a gift years ago but never wore them.
Here is what she made out of them:
It’s supposed to be my fiance and me. 🙂 I love them! She used my 2 pairs of socks and some stuffing from old pillows that weren’t comfortable to sleep on anymore.
So here is a tutorial how to make stuffed socks puppets:
Happy blogging! – they said.
Thank you, I will! I definitely will. I have created this blog to share my thoughts, hand-crafted works, offers, ideas and other interesting things I find browsing the web. It seems like an unending space of information, where I can spend as much time as I want without feeling satisfied with what I know.
My name is Lorelai and I love beading. And working with polymer clay. And origami as well. And… Well, actually I like to do so many things that need my two hands, my patience and creativity. I like to try new stuffs and it is just amazing how the different matierials change into a lovely, unique creation.
So thank you everyone in advance for reading my blog. I hope you’ll have fun! 🙂