Category Archive: DIY

DIY : A Pretty Scrunchie

A pictorial diy. Watch the slide show 🙂 ( click “continue reading” below ) **Note : On Step 2, sew the long sides leaving 2 cms unsewn on both ends. If you sew… Continue reading

How to sew a tote bag

I thought I’ll show the steps to make the tote bag in my last post … in miniature size. 1. This will be the outside fabric and the inner bag fabric. Place them with… Continue reading

DIY : A Linen Tote Bag and the Granny Bag Pattern

First of, here’s the pattern for the granny bag. You can download the .pdf file by clicking on the thumbnail below.  Then, print on A4 paper, increase or decrease the size as you… Continue reading

Kid’s Photo + Android Apps

Once in a while I borrow my kid’s digicam to see what she’s been up to. Besides over 50 close-up shots of her younger sister’s eye and the inside of her mouth, there… Continue reading

DIY : A ( Fashionable ) Granny Tote Bag

This will be a lonnnggg pictorial tutorial post. I made a set of granny tote bags for my friend and sort of fell in love with one of them. So I sew up… Continue reading

My Kid’s Decoupage DIY

What ? Another decoupage post ? Don’t worry, this will be the last … for the moment. My next post will probably on a bag  or maybe about a banana. hmmm…. Here, my… Continue reading

DIY : Decoupage Wicker Food Cover #2

Decoupaging much ? I showed my decoupaged food covering to my mom and she said , ” Thank you very much !” and handed me her really tattered one in exchange. The sides… Continue reading

DIY : Decoupage Zakka Word Easel

Today , as I was rummaging through the “.found” drawer ( that’s where I keep all the tiny trinkets that my kids are no longer fond of) ,  I found a tiny art… Continue reading

DIY Pearl Bracelets

This project is one you can do with kids. I got the bracelet wires from a beading shop in Sampeng ( a wholesale street .) It’s sold in a long coil. I think… Continue reading

Granny’s Square, or is she ?

I was at Kinukuniya, flipping through their crochet pattern books. There was one that looked very lovely. The colors are very bright and cheerful and it was just like the stash of cotton… Continue reading

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