Ice Cream Sticks #1: Hexagon Pendant

DIY Tutorial: Make a hexagon pendant from ice cream sticks | @onelmon

Last time I posted “4 things you can do with clothes pin” series here, here, here and here and this time, I’m challenging myself to make another 4-post series with ice cream sticks! Ice cream sticks are inexpensive crafting materials so I can experiment a lot with them. Here goes the first from the series, the hexagon pendant that is made out of ice cream sticks entirely! Scroll down for the how to! Continue reading

Spring Bookmark

DIY Tutorial: Spring Bookmark | @onelmon

As a proud bookworm, I’ll never get enough of bookmarks, which is one reason why I’m still not getting myself a kindle ;-) To welcome the spring (and match the atmosphere), I made this flowery bookmark this week. I so wanted to use real flowers for this but I’ve yet to learn the alchemy on how to prevent flowers from wilting so thank you plastic flower for being here to fill the gap. I bought a stick of sakura (with a few branches and flowers in different sizes) which is now on sale because the blooming session is almost over. So, are your ready to prettify your book with some flowers? Continue reading

Pocky Memo Box

DIY Tutorial: Pocky Memo Box | @onelmon

Nothing beats the feeling of coming home after being away for some time. It feels great to be able to gather with the family and eat all the food you have been missing for (my to-do list whenever I visit a place always has something to do with food). So here I am, back home from Japan for a short holiday before the new term starts next month and I bought a few boxes of Pocky sticks with different flavors that are not available in my hometown with me (not the one I used for this tutorial, strawberry flavor is one of the most basic flavors). I love Pocky’s box packaging and thought that it could make a great memo box. Continue reading

Ice Cream Stick Heart Pendant

DIY Tutorial: Ice Cream Stick Heart Pendant | @onelmon

Hi there! Saint Valentine’s Day is almost here and I’m very inspired by all the things crafted with love that seem to be everywhere, online and real life (I think I can even smell chocolate everywhere :d). So today, I’m sharing this easy accessory craft you can make at home with only ice cream sticks! Read on for the full tutorial! Continue reading

Giant Paper Clip Bookmark

DIY Tutorial Giant Paper Clip Bookmark | @onelmon

Readers who have been around here for a while may know that I have a penchant for bookmarks (which is one of the reasons why I still prefer book-reading to tablet-reading). So here I am again, making more bookmarks today :) Trust me, this is one of the easiest bookmarks you’ll ever made, taking less than 1 minute, excluding printing time (you know how printer works when it knows you are in hurrry). Think of doing some reading this weekend? Then take out your cereal boxes or cards and welcome the giant paper clip bookmark!  Continue reading

Flower Accessories Holder

DIY Tutorial: Flower Accessories Holder | @onelmon

Let’s get organized today! I was into paper-cutting last week and made this flower ornament to add some colors to my room. Rather than just leaving it collecting dust, I use it to organize my accessories. It only requires a few basic materials and it’s easy to make! Scroll down to see the how-to :D Continue reading

Decorative Paper Clips

DIY Tutorial: Decorative Paper Clips | @onelmon

Hi there! I’m back with an easy craft project today! Decorating your paper clips! What do you use your paper clips for? Files organizer, scrapbooking, bookmark or maybe hairclip? Today I’m sharing my decoration experiments with washi tape and felt on the plain paper clips. Scroll through to see the how-to! Continue reading

Wrapping Paper Photo Frame

DIY Tutorial: Wrapping Paper Photo Frame | @onelmon

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