Make this super simple and pretty DIY rainbow nursery wall decor with old cardboards and adorn your baby’s nursery. A great summer activity for kids too!
Hello guys! How are you? I really miss blogging and crafting like before – the before as in simple crafts, crafts that could be added as decor element to homes. But never mind I think I am getting back on track 😀 Well most of you must know that I have a 3 year old daughter – Grace and she is going to go to school – from tomorrow!! Cant believe she has grown so much! We in India, we don’t have a separate room generally for the kids to play like the nursery rooms maintained in homes abroad. I have tried a lot to get her to play in a separate room so that my living room is devoid of the huge mess when I get back from office but when you are an office going mom, I guess you have to sacrifice somethings right? But anyways I thought maybe its because she doesn’t find her room pretty enough. So we went to solve the problem and here we are – with a pretty DIY rainbow nursery wall decor with old cardboards 🙂
A short story on my calligraphy journey – from where I started to where I have reached. And also a big reveal on my calligraphy milestone too 😉 Sit back and enjoy all my old calligraphy attempts like me and have a good laugh 😛
I have been getting a lot of encouragement on my calligraphy works on social media and ever since then, my blog and crafting has taken a backseat! I do not know if my blog readers are interested in calligraphy but I thought why not share a little bit about my calligraphy journey, now that I have reached a serious milestone as well ( more on that below ). So to be frank I started my calligraphy journey in 2014 end when I decided I was going to take part in lettering challenges and improve my handwriting. As with any other challenge, I went on for a week max and I gave up. I decided I wasnt good enough and that I needed to add some professional supplies! Here is a look on few of my older calligraphy attempts and seeing them, I literally burst out laughing!
Make your own personalised DIY keyholder to match your home style. I made these absolutely floral vintage DIY keyholder with a streatched burlap canvas by decoupaging a floral napkin over 🙂
So as usual I sit down late night after my daughter has slept to put up yet another tutorial post. And I was left wondering if anybody is even reading these posts. If anybody is looking out for the next tutorial or post from thecraftyangels? I have no idea who are my readers although I know there is ample number of visitors but who are you guys? Do drop in a “hi” if you are a regular here 🙂 Coming to the post, remember the DIY Monogram tutorial I did last week ? Today’s post like the last one used a burlap canvas board as a base and you can purchase them from Itsybitsy. I decided to throw away my old key holder which had worn out completely and was definitely not the first thing I wanted anyone to notice as they entered my home. So I made this really pretty entryway DIY key holder and I am sure you would it love it 🙂
Recycle cardboard boxes to make this really cute mini house to store your stationery. Yes a DIY stationery storage for your desk but a cute and easy one.
This post is brought to you in collaboration with Hobby Ideas 🙂
There is an immense satisfaction in creating something beautiful out of nothing. We have so many things lying around which are deemed as waste, but with a wee bit of imagination, can be changed into something useful.
In fact after the advent of Makers Movement there has been huge trend of making best from waste with household trivia. Art and Craft scene has never been as exciting as the possibilities are endless. There are some fancy names which have been coined by crafters, for more serious projects, some call them reimagined projects some upcycled.
DIY Monogram wall frame so perfect for your nursery. Try this absolutely classic chic monogram frame with burlap background and pastel flourishes 🙂
I have become so lazy about crafting and blogging no doubt. To be quite frank I have no idea whats eating up all my time but, I have no time to blog 😛 Maybe its the office work that leaves my brain twisted and devoid of creativity when I reach back or its the messy home that need a little long term overhaul but either ways, I promise that I wont be totally hibernating! Today’s post is on how I made these simple DIY monogram wall art that I am planning to put up in my daughters nursery ( yeah I need to change the monogram from M to G!). I love all the pretty nursery decor ideas ruling pinterest but to be frank, I don’t know where to get all the supplies in India. I know how unpleasant it is when you have all the energy and creativity to make something but you have absolutely no clue as to where from to source the supplies! I have multiple sources and mostly online but I guess I buy things just because I like them and I happen to use them long long later! Okay no blaberrings – straight to the tutorial.
Most creative way to make cards with chalkpaints. Do you have chalkpaints that are in dire use of some creativity? Try these simple cards for your friends and I am sure they will love it 🙂
I had completely forgotten about the posts on super simple cards with chalkpaints, I made for itsy bitsy last month and due to travel and stuff I could hardly fit in time for blogging! I am here to share you a really creative way to use your chalkpaints – in your cards. Yes three super simple cards with chalkpaints from Itsybitsy.
If you are a beginner to calligraphy don’t be confused by all the expensive calligraphy supplies recommendations. These are the only ones you need to kickstart your calligraphy journey right away!
I have been into calligraphy lately although I haven’t posted anything so far on the blog. I am assuming your love for calligraphy has brought you here so join me on my Instagram account for more frequent calligraphy updates or check here for more calligraphy posts as I update my blog with more information. For now, I will be sharing the details on the calligraphy supplies I started which and the ones I added eventually when I got serious about calligraphy.