If you want to start with calligraphy and are confused as to where to start and how to start, you should start right here – difference between calligraphy & lettering.
I have for ever been contemplating if I am competent enough to put out a post on calligraphy or lettering because I never consider myself an expert. But with the amount of DMs I get on Instagram, I am fairly convinced I am at the exact right position in my calligraphy journey where I do remember all the mistakes & struggles, at the same time also know what & how exactly to overcome them. Maybe a few year ahead, I might start talking greek and french of calligraphy and that is not going to help beginners so here is a post for beginners in calligraphy & lettering 🙂
Easy and pretty way to add that Christmas cheer to your home with DIY fresh Christmas wreath with pine leaves. Its natural & definitely a sustainable one 🙂
So Christmas is came and went, its already 2019! How fast time flies. Do you even remember what you did the entire last year? I mean doesn’t it feel like it was just yesterday that you took down your last Christmas tree? Its time to take down my tree as well but this year I want to definitely post on all the stuffs I made for Christmas, even if it takes till middle of February by when I finish it 😛 I had drafted this post way before Christmas but never got around transferring the pics from camera so here goes the post, taking you back to Chritmas time 🙂
Make your Christmas special with these 5 minutes easy DIY Christmas tree bauble ornaments with your kids – pom pom bauble. floral bauble, sequins bauble 🙂
First snowflakes, now some colorful christmas tree bauble ornaments with clear baubles. If you are in India, you would know how much it is difficult to get hold on “unique” christmas ornaments. Despite us pinning a hundred of interesting DIY handmade christmas ornaments on Pinterest, we never get a chance to make them ourselves right?
Welcome to the month of happy & merry 🙂 Love having a handmade Christmas? then these DIY Paper snowflakes are a must try 🙂
Its been quite sometime I hit this space thanks to my busy life schedule. Or rather my laziness to blog! In fact I have been creatively more active than my usual being away from blogging because honestly, lets face it blogging is a rewardless process. I put up a post, like today, I am drafting a post on how to make these DIY Paper snowflakes , thinking its going to be useful for people this Christmas, when in reality, its going to take another 4 years to actually draw some traction or worse, this post might never get enough views!
Turn a plain fabric into a pretty curtain with this stencil fabric painting idea. Read through the blog post tutorial for DIY Painted curtains with peacock pattern using feather stencil and Fevicryl Hobby Ideas Fabric paints.
Hey crafty peeps! Been a long time since we sat down for a crafty session and I promise this time it’s big and satisfying 🙂
Gone are those days when free time used to be spent in something creative, be it cooking, painting, gardening or something crafty. These days every single minute of free time is spent on social media which is a bit sad. But not when you have me around 😀 This is something we haven’t shared before on this blog and its absolutely pretty. We are trying hands on fabric painting for the first time and that too for a pretty peacock feather printed curtain 🙂
So come on! Let’s sit down this weekend to make something pretty in a very simple way – fabric painted curtains!
Simple and minimalist Scandinavian inspired DIY handmade cards . I am sure these would be perfect five minute cards to send across to long lost friends 🙂
Hello creative people! This year has been a blogging setback although I have been doing a lot of creative stuffs otherwise. I love the crafting community for the fact that they always somehow reach out to me in some form or the other and encourage me to get back to blogging 🙂 I was on cloud nine when Deepti from Catchy Challenges asked me me to join their monthly challenge this month. Honestly, I love love her so much because of her simplicity and they way her cards are not only minimalistic but also uses minimalistic supplies. I have always been an ardent follower of her blog and her youtube channel and I couldn’t contain my happiness on her invite 🙂 Anyways, coming to the challenge, the theme for this month’s catchy challenge is “Scandinavian Pattern” and that is a theme I absolutely love. Lets jump straight into todays post then – Scandinavian inspired DIY handmade cards!
A DIY is always fun and when its minimalist and chic, its absolute fun – presenting DIY wooden key hanger! Make these simple and functional key holder in under ten minutes.
If you have been following my blog, you sure wouldve seen my earlier version of keyholder that I made with a burlap panel. I had that burlap keyholder for a year around and now I needed a change. I got these pretty mirror collage mirrors from decorkart for my entryway and I needed a keyhanger much smaller so that I couldve eneough space for the mirror on that small wall.