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’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
I posted on my instagram last week that I won a can of tennis balls (seriously) during a dancing statue game and the thing is that I don’t even play tennis. So what to do with the free balls? We make the green monster from Monster Inc., of course! Doesn’t the green ball just remind you of little Mike? Continue readingTweet
It has been a while since the last time I handstitched something. So when I saw a pencil case that is attached to a notebook in a stationery shop the other time, I thought “Hey, I can make that! (And I can use it as a bookmark too!)” It’s super easy and it takes less than 15 minutes to make one. Scroll through to see the how to!
Summer is almost here everyone (yay!) and today I’m sharing a tutorial on how to make a bracelet from zippers with pop bright colors to brighten up your look! I saw a pack of colorful zippers sold in Daiso (¥100 shop, something similar to A Dollar store) the other day and I thought this is the chance to try my new sewing machine that has just arrived! Today’s craft will only need minimal sewing but if you don’t sew, you can always substitute all the sewing steps with glueing. Here goes the how to! Continue readingTweet
In case you missed it, I made a double bow tutorial the other day and today I’m sharing yet another bow tutorial! It’s a double color or 2-in-1 bow! The steps are quite similar to the previous one (both are super easy and need just a small scrap of fabric to make) but they are different but still cute in their own way. You can use any fabric combination that you like, of course but for this tutorial, I used felt as the fabric just to make it easier to see. Join along and let’s make some bows! Continue readingTweet