“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.
Here’s a Christmas project that can be done in less than an hour and with very few supplies. All you need is felt, thread an your imagination.
Drawstring bags are one of the simplest things to make and they are super versatile. Big or small, they can be used as a backpack or as gift bag. I made this one inspired on Disney’s film Tangled in just about 1 hour.
Keep reading for a little tutorial.
Here’s a quick and easy craft everyone can make: a coaster made of cork, depicting a wood stump.
It’s so easy, it doesn’t need any words. So here there go the pictures 🙂
After the paint is dry, you can give it a coat of varnish, Mod Podge, PVA glue + water, or anything similar to make it impermeable.
Now, it’s read to be used with your favorite drinks.
And if you are not a coaster person, you can always hang it on a wall and use it to pin important messages on it.