I throughly loved creating this project. Not only is also extremely easy to do, but it is such a gorgeous statement piece to add to your home and all you need to create this Sunburst beauty are…Read More
Imagine having the ability to paint but without actually painting… To create art and not be an artist…Read More
Home decor is one thing I secretly love A LOT! However, I have quickly come to realise that it can be a bit pricy trying to get your house to look a certain way especially here in Nigeria.
One thing we lack the most is home decor…Read More
Things you’ll need! Mini bag – Got mine from Miniso Gucci like Trimming – I got mine in Yaba Market Lagos, Nigeria (N400) UHU Glue A pair of scissors Step 1 Cut your trimming to the right length that will fit the area of your bag where you want it placed Step 2 Apply some glue…Read More
Pictures speak louder than words they say. So it’s not surprise that having pictures all around your living space and even motivational quotes is the new craze. However, having it in the right frame is very very key and a great way to add classic decor to your space. So what other way to ensure…Read More
It’s official! I have a thing for refashioning items. When I saw this dress at the thrift market, I immediately knew I wanted to make a jumpsuit out of it and so I did! Here’s how I turned my thrifted dress into a jumpsuit in a few easy steps! BUT as always, here are a…Read More
So I’ve been on a recycling spree recently and generally trying to find new ways of creating magic from objects around me – hence the inspiration for today’s post using toilet roll!Read More
Things You’ll Need An old watch case Glitter Foam Sheet A Marker Craft Glue – UHU, E600 or EvoStik Fringing Step 1 Trace out the shape of all sides of your box on your foam sheet Step 2 Cut out each piece of your traced outline. Step 3 Glue each piece onto your…Read More
What you’ll need! Two T-shirts of contrasting colours Sewing pins Needle and Thread or a sewing machine A Pair of scissors Step 1 Fold your T-shirts into two equal halves along the long side of your shirt. Then cut your shirts into two equal halves. Step 2 On the reverse side of your T-shirt (inner…Read More
Cut and glue your box to shape. However, this will depend on the type of box you need. If you need to cut away some parts like I did, do so carefully using your craft knife and glue the pieces together, using your glue gun, until your box is in shape.
Ensure you have one side that is taller than all the other edges. You can glue on a loose piece of cardboard to form the ‘head board’ of your organiser….Read More