This is probably my favorite thing I’ve ever made. The idea is you take an image, then use crochet to recreate it two dimensionally, like a painting. Yarn painting can be done without crochet, but what fun is that? There are different methods, for example you might make a yarn painting as one continuous piece… Continue reading Crochet Painting: Japanese Ramen Bowl
So there’s bin a recent dip in activity posting, and that’s pretty much because I took a job at Michaels Arts and Crafts (again). I was a crochet instructor and sales associate there in California, and now in Pennsylvania I figured it was something familiar to go back to. Shortly after I started up, the… Continue reading My First Floral Arrangements!
Quite a few of my interests over the years have involved custom heraldry, from D&D characters and fictional families, to the SCA kingdoms, to history in general. Heraldic symbols have distinct meanings, and each family crest tells you something about a family’s history. In fictional settings, the Coat of Arms that a character or a… Continue reading Hand Painted Heraldry Glasses
Save money on to-go drinks and lessen your environmental waste by reusing glass tea bottles! I’ll show you how to remove labels and adhesive residue, and how to make super cute bottles you’ll want to reuse again and again. Never throw out glass bottles or waste money on on-the-go drinks again!
This painting project is major adorable and pretty straightforward. Just a reference image of a sugar skull you like, a terracotta pot, some multi-surface paint, and outdoor sealant! Made these as a gift for my mom in an afternoon.
Polymer clay is one of the most diverse mediums I’ve ever worked with. From cartoon miniatures to more realistic statuettes, beads, charms, jewelry, the list goes on. Here are some of my favorite clay creations, based on the films of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli!