You may have seen the bracelets I posted some weeks ago, so by now I’m sure you are familiar with your forward and backward knots. I’ve been investigating a bit more on this fascinating world and I’ve decided to try these two designs that look complicated buy they are really not as difficult as they seem.
Here it is a super easy origami piece that is both beautiful and useful: a swan to hold your chopsticks, that is made out of a chopstick wrap paper.
Here’s a quick post to share with you this crochet earrings my momma made!
Disney Villains are a trend, and I’ve decided to join it by designing these cross stitch tiny figures, perfect for a little detail decoration.
Here’s another craft I’d been meaning to try for a while: Soap!
Did you make friendship bracelets when you were a kid? I did. Thread bracelets are fun and quick to make and they are perfect for using your left over thread from other projects. It’s also a very summery craft, fresh and colorful, ideal if you miss touching your yarns during the hottest months of the year.
Having a cat is a humbling experience. It makes you think about your place in the world. When your cat stares at you from the sofa while you’re leaving home early in the morning to go to work, you can’t help but wonder who is the more evolved species. Who is the master here?
Well, I’ve found out that it’s best to accept things as they are and just assume that you work hard so your cat can have a better life. So, I made this t-shirt to show it to the world.
I’ve recently had the chance to try 4 craft packs of the “Mes creations” series published in France by Gründ: the paper jewels, the coloring on velvet, the pop-up postcards and the watercolor pictures. I just want to share some thoughts with you. Continue reading