Trick or treat! I saw a girl with a cute skeleton hand hairpin the other day and thought of making one too, in a mummy version! Here goes the last-minute Halloween accessory!
I got this glow-in-the-dark squeeze bottle paint during a craft supplies’ sale period last month but had no idea what to do with it (it’s a bad habit of mine, purchasing things without further thinking what I would do with them). Browsing back to all the crafts I did, I stumbled upon this experimental dried paint project from last year and decided to add a little mysterious and fun twist to it with the glow-in-the-dark effect. Just in time for Halloween!
Let’s take a break from Halloween crafts for a while to organize the kitchen today! I’ve been experimenting a lot lately, not just in my crafting table but also in the kitchen. I’m not a cooking expert and honestly, all I know is just making a toast. But a simple toast is boring if you have it everyday, so I’ve been buying spices and mixing them up on top of my toast just to see how they turn out. Glad to say, no funny and inedible toast so far ;) With the increasing number of spices I purchased, I know I need to organize them somehow and with just three things, I whipped up this super easy and quick fix! Continue readingTweet
I’ve been meaning to try doing string art on my own after seeing a lot of home-decor string art pieces in Pinterest but I have no clue what to make. I was wondering if I should make a monogram, a silhouette, a landscape or something else and soon I totally forgot about it. Just in time for Halloween season, I surfed around Pinterest again for Halloween inspirations and saw a lot of spider craft tutorials. And that’s when I know what to make for my Halloween home-decor. String art spider web it is! Continue readingTweet
Okay, this is my first time cutting up my clothes so I was a bit scared when I made this. Although I was using a shorts that I have been wearing at home three times a week for a year (yeah, it’s pretty worn out), I was still nervous about it. Anyhow, I overcame that fear and did it anyway; thinking that summer is over, and this summer-looking worn out shorts is going to be either kept inside the box and never be seen again or thrown away. I decided to upcycle it into a bag and actually satisfied with the result. Here goes the how-to! Continue readingTweet
I’m a fan of backpack bags and I use mine everyday! I prefer using a backpack because it can balance the weight on both my shoulders and it’s more unlikely to fall off. But, the downside of the bag is that whenever I need my wallet or my commuter pass, I’ll need to take it off before I can look for what I want, which is kind of frustrating sometimes when I’m in a rush (mine is a zipper type with a fold-over, double frustration!). And so I made this simple card holder to hold my train pass that I can just clip it on my backpack strap. Continue readingTweet