I made a sun catcher based off a model I saw online. I didn't take pictures of the process (even if I did I wouldn't know how to put them into a tutorial; it was a very messy process that was all over the place. Hopefully this can serve as inspiration. I just used some scrap wire and miscellaneous beads. I think it turned out pretty good; tell me what you think in the comments!
Here's a miniature lamp that I made... I still haven't made the post but I figured that would take me a while and I didn't want to delay putting up a tutorial. This is great for putting outside your dollhouse door!
I got a 70 page sketch book from Walmart the other day and I wanted to decorate the cover.
Thanksgiving Break is here! This dream catcher is a simple, but beautiful, craft that is perfect for all ages.
Sorry for not posting a tutorial in like... umm... 7 months. Anyways, hopefully this awesome tutorial will make up for the half and year tutorial drought.
My spring break project — bleaching t-shirts. It is fairly simple and all you need is a bleach pen and a plain t-shirt!
Part 2! We will be doing pillows today. These are real easy. Unfortunately I think I've lost a few pictures so hopefully my instructions will do.
This is for the Belle lovers! I suddenly had an inspiration to make a miniature enchanted rose from The Beauty and the Beast. It was also my first time using clay for a miniature.
I saw this picture/tutorial/idea on Pinterest, and I thought that I could replicate it, so I made it! It's not a tutorial (sorry!), but if you know quilling (or even i you don't), you might be able to get it on your own. :)
Following a video on youtube, I recently made a 3D Origami Transforming Shuriken. If you know how to make the normal transforming shuriken (or ninja star), this shouldn't be much harder.