Category Archive: DIY Home Projects

3 Easy Home Decor You Can Make it Yourself !

Happy New Year, everybody ! How was your holidays ? I spent mine in Rayong, at a small fishing village which has everything I like, namely, old buildings, good Thai food, and bicycle lanes 🙂… Continue reading

DIY Desk Organizer with Craft Wood and Cardboard !

The desk organiser tutorial is up 🙂  I’m quite happy with this one. It’s just made from wood stripes I got from the craft store and cardboard from a box. It holds some… Continue reading

New Diy Tutorial ( Plaster of Paris Alphabets for Home Decor )

Today I made this desk organiser from craft wood + cardboard and decorated it with the plaster of paris letters I made a while ago . While editing the tutorial, I thought I should… Continue reading

DIY: How to Sew Slipcover for Ottoman and Upholster It !

Hello there ! I’ve been wanting to do something with this ottoman which wasn’t looking very appealing : Probably because the pleather is a-peeling here and there. Punny , ha !!  At first, I… Continue reading

Diy : Ikea Hack Children’s Lack Desk and Standing Office Desk

I’ve finally cleaned up my craft area and changed my office desk into a standing desk. I figured that if I have to stand and surf, I’ll moved around more and not be… Continue reading

DIY Vinyl Storage Bins and Masking Tape Stickers

Things seem to be exploding out of my craft storage lately and I really need to remedy the situation. I’ve been seeing these paper bag storage bins popping up on Etsy and I really… Continue reading

DIY Gift : 2-in-1 Pincushion

With some scrap fabric, you can make a cute and useful gift for your sewing friends ! A pincushion that can be wore on your wrist !

DIY : The Crochet Food Cover that Turned into a Wooden Frame.

Ever DIY something and things just went all wrong ? #pullhairout

DIY : Table Tennis Paddle Toy

Enjoy a game of ping pong by yourself !

DIY Plaster of Paris Letters for Home Decor

This is a low cost, easy to make project to add fun decor to your home. Just  mix 2 parts plaster of paris to one part water. The mixture should be pourable so… Continue reading

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