By now maybe some of you have realized that I like playing around with photos and making bookmarks. So here comes another photo-related craft today. It’s an easy and quick photo holder using only minimal materials! You can substitute that cork sheet with a plastic cap, a stack of paper (old magazine or newspaper) or anything as photos are lightweight. I just use the cork sheet because I have some leftover on hand. Scroll down to see the how to.Continue reading →
Okay, first I want to warn you that this post will be shamelessly filled with my old ID photos, please bear with me (^^); I took a lot of ID photos for visa, exams, passport and other related documents and you know how most of them requires the “at least 3 months old” photos. I did cheat sometimes but sometimes your new hair length just won’t let you cheat.
I usually use the self-service photo box and it always comes with 8 pieces of photo and most of the time, I just use 1 or 2 of them and the others? Stuffed inside my drawer collecting dust. I keep one photo from every print (just to see how I age overtime LOL), so I’m looking for ways to use these old ID photos and came up with today photo pins and magnets! They are great for memo board and chore charts and very easy to make too! Continue reading →
Hi everyone! Still in the drinking straw challenge series, today I’m sharing this quick tutorial on how to make a frame from just drinking straws! It’s a very lightweight frame (obviously!) and you can customize the color of the frame with your one favorite color or color combos. Go get your straws now and let’s get started!Continue reading →
Judging from the title, you know I’m going to bring back two things that I love the most, photo and bookmark! I think my obsession to bookmark has increased in a ridiculous pace lately because I kept thinking of making more and more (the number of books I read can’t even catch up with them). Nevertheless, I made another one again this week with a more unique and personal touch on it! Scroll down to see how to make one for yourself too!Continue reading →
In today’s digital era, do you still print out your photos from holiday or special occasions? I did and still do. It’s just nice to have a nostalgic photo on your table when you are working or a good picture inside the wallet. So today, I’m bringing out the crafting with photo theme again for the last craft from the ice cream stick series, a photo charm that is so small that you can bring it anywhere.Continue reading →
A few days ago I saw a lady wearing a cartoon character necklace in the station and I thought it was kinda cute. But hey, why not make it funnier and more fun by using a real image of a person instead? I have 2 sisters that are very fond of doing jumping shots and I thought those shots could work well for this accessory. Of course you can use a standing (still) photo of yours but I think a shot with two hands up or any other gestures would make cuter necklaces. Let’s jump to the easy how-to!
It’s the last day of 2013! I hope it has been a great year for everyone =) Just as what I didlast year, I have rounded up the whole tutorials from 2013 in this post today! Here they are! Continue reading →
So you must have been or are busy preparing and wrapping gifts for Christmas lately. And what comes after? Yeah, the cleaning part. You may be tempted to dump all the leftover wrapping paper and tapes and twines into the dustbin but, Wait! Keep them somewhere safe for this post-Christmas craft! I’m sure most of you are going to take lots and lots of pictures during this important holiday and while printing out photos is not the most popular thing to do nowadays, you may want to print out some great-looking pictures as keepsakes and surely you’ll need a frame for every each of them :) Continue reading →