How are you doing? Hope 2017 has bought in truckloads of creative ideas and the determination to do something new each day. I find myself, again, focused on how to make this a year full of useful information and inspiration for everyone who so kindly drops in on my mental meanderings.
Been a little on the lazier side this new year when it comes to crafting and blogging. More so because its financial year end we are having quite a lot of work at office! But I did make an awesome lampshade with foam board and the tutorial is on Itsybitsy blog. For today I made these little yarn wrapped hearts and my little grace helped me paint them and wrap the yarn around them. Such a fun activity it was 🙂
Do you use Planner Calendars? Planners and BuJos have become a hit thing last year and I did try my hands on both an failed utterly because I just did not have time to keep filling them 😛 So I resorted to these simple DIY Planner calendars and they are sure easy to make as well. Anyways coming to new year, how has 2017 been so far? Any resolutions? As for me, new hasn’t been awesome yet 🙁 but lets see might be just getting better 😀 And yeah I got selected as design team member for Itsybitsy for Jan-June 2017 and tenure and I am super happy. But that also means more crafting stress for me 😛 Anyways coming to the DIY planner calendar, I am sharing how I made them and also a little printable at the end in case you wanna print them out.
I told you Christmas will not fade away that soon on my blog! I made a couple of Christmas cards this year for my friends and I had shared them on my Instagram last month. I love making handmade cards for special occasions and the only thing I’m doing wrong is that I am not stocking cards of different natures so that I can send them out quickly. Well I bought a multi-stamping tool 3 months back and now I can make multiple cards like a breeze! Okay let me stop blabberring and here are my handmade Christmas cards 2016.
Officially my last post for Christmas Christmas post before Christmas 😛 ! I am in Kerala right now and this place is so cheerful with festivities. The lights and decorations are so lovely! I am going to buy a few Christmas decor items from here so that I can use them for my next Christmas at Kolar 😉 Anyways coming to today’s post, its a really simple but catchy DIY Paper Christmas tree with quilling paper. Don’t worry there is no quilling involved!
Well Christmas is here and I have reached Kerala for our short little Christmas celebration at home. No the Christmas crafts are not yet over because I got my laptop home and I have some unedited pics so if I get time, will post one more craft 🙂 Today but I have a special guest for a quick Christmas DIY- Hobby Ideas!!! These kusudama paper flower Christmas wreath is really pretty and also, you can use these paper kusudama origami flowers in a lot of your DIY home decor projects! Over to Hobby Ideas for the tutorial 🙂
Hello crafty folks! Hardly 5 more days to Christmas and I haven’t crafted enough! Don’t be surprised if my christmas crafts are posted till January end 😛 You can try them next year ha ha! Today I have a rather easy craft, a DIY Christmas ball ornament using the DIY kit from Itsy Bitsy India. I know many of you are not regular crafters and you find it little difficult to buy expensive crafting supplies for just a single craft. Kits like these are just perfect for people like them, especially for kids who are on holiday, they can have so much fun making and decorating their Christmas trees. I am sharing a short video on how to assemble the kit into these pretty Christmas ball ornaments.