I’m sharing a very quick craft for your cables today! You can make this easy cable organizer with just two materials, under 10 SECONDS! No more excuses for disorganized cables! Continue readingTweet
Hi there everyone! So this is my first post in year 2015 and I’m starting it with a sewing craft. I’m still exercising my “sewing with sewing machine” skill and bought a bias tape to challenge myself in sewing a straight line on a narrow surface. Not wanting to waste the bias tape, I turned it into a strap for my ID card. Roll down to see the easy how-to!
Christmas is almost here and today I’m sharing a quick Xmas-y decoration craft. Renting a small room in Tokyo, there’s no way I can have a big Christmas tree in my room so I made myself a mini version of it (or them) and line the trees up on my desk or the balcony when the sky is clear :) These trees are very easy to make and take only a few minutes each. Scroll down to see the how-to! Continue readingTweet
A reader pointed out that I can make fairies in a jar with the glowing beads I made the other day. After a search for the how-to in the Internet, it looks like the craft calls for the liquid inside a glow stick. I am (still) struggling, trying to find out how to cut my glow stick (it seems like I will need a more powerful tool to cut through it). So, with whatever I had at the time, I made this glowing snow jar instead, minus the glow stick.
Today I’m gonna show you how to
waste use your mechanical pencil lead to make a barcode. Frankly, the result doesn’t work with the barcode reader (most probably due to the poor arrangements of the lead) but it was a fun experiment and you can totally give this a try (with those broken lead) to make a cool, sort of geeky pendant ;) Scroll down to see the how to! Continue reading
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!