Friday, December 23, 2011

Merry Christmas to everybody !


A merry Christmas to everybody!

A happy New Year to all the world!





Amazing Advent Calendar

This is an amazing advent calendar I made for Christmas using a template found on Marie Claire Idees site!!


You can download it HERE!




Another Christmas Tree



I found these fantastic Paper Trees from Bird's Party blog. I am going to use them as place cards on our Christmas table.






Stacked Felt Tree



I made a Christmas tree from felted wool sweaters. I found the idea and template HERE!




I cut out five circles of each size in order for the tree to be taller. If you want a sort tree you can cut less circles. My tree is about 45 cm tall.




I used a stick instead of a wire for my tree!



And finally I glued a bead for X-mas tree topper!!

Merry Merry Christmas !!!!





Sunday, August 21, 2011

2011 Creative Calendar

Is never too late to make a new fantastic creative calendar for 2011 like this one.
This is a CANON free print material. You can download it HERE.












Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Paper Bird House

I love bird houses. This is a fantastic one I made yesterday, using the template and instructions found HERE





Friday, June 3, 2011

Wire Mosquitoes

This is another  lovely craft for this summer. You can decorate your balcony or your garden with these beautiful creatures.


These wire mosquitoes are made of 3 pieces of very thin wire grid. One for the body and two for the 2-layer wings. They are stitched all together with very thin wire.


We used two different pattern for the wings. The first one is a butterfly style pattern and the other one is a dragonfly style pattern.


Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Paper Butterflies



This is a spring craft with some beautiful butterflies. I cut them out of patterned paper using the butterfly template found HERE.



You can use any template you like! They are glued in mulberry branches from my garden.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Wooden Fishes




This is our first post. Is a project of five wooden fishes on an iron rod so that they can move all the way round.





The pattern for the fishes was found on a Crafts Magazine. You can find one on the internet or you can draw one if you want. For this craft you will need a piece of wood, an iron rod and some wood paint any color you like. After cutting the wooden fishes you paint them. Make the horizontal holes with the drill and finally attach them on the iron rod. In order for the fishes to move all the way round we used a spiral rode like a big screw. The color we used is Benjamin Moore No. BM 1650.