I have plenty of notebooks, but I was just looking the other day for a notebook with very specific size and characteristics and, since I couldn’t find it, I decided to make it by repurposing a promotional calendar I was not using.Continue reading
Here’s a silly craft easy and fun enough to make with children.
How obvious, right? I was debating with myself whether to post this or not. Am I taking advantage of a pandemic to feed my blog? But since I was going to make them anyway for David and me, I thought I may as well share them, in case you want to make one for yourself too.
Here’s a quick and easy sewing project perfect for beginners. It’s a circular fabric basket traditionally used to put slices of bread in it, but you could also use it to store other things. Also, it’s reversible and it’s a great stash buster.
I don’t usually decorate much for the holidays, but yesterday I was feeling kind of “christmasy” and ended up making this with a few things I had at home.
“What? Yarn? But it’s almost summer!”
Oh, yeah, how north-hemisphere centered of you, my friend… Don’t forget that when it’s almost summer to you, it’s also almost winter somewhere else.
Anyway, I have too much yarn, and I saw this project and I just couldn’t resist 🙂
Surfing the net the other day I just stumbled upon this super easy origami box tutorial by Hazel Fisher Creations and, of course, I had to try it.
Want to make a neck warmer with some fabric that is lovely but not very warm and cozy? Add a layer of fleece interfacing in between!
Succulents and cactus are a trend, at least here in Spain. But I guess nowadays these things are pretty much global… Anyway, here’s a quick and simple way to decorate a door wreath for the summer.
So, here you have a Christmas tree that’s eco-friendly, fits all apartment sizes and is fun to make.