At last month’s #InstaxAndCrafts event, I shared a slew fun instax print crafts with a ton of fellow instax fanatics. I taught the couple hundred guests how to make fun pullout and pop-up greeting cards, but promised to share a whole lot more here on the site. So here’s the first of the bunch!
Last year, I opted for Face Towel Easter Bunny egg carriers. This time, I wanted to keep things simple. I wanted to go through my scrapbook paper stash. So, I went with these Origami Easter Egg Stands instead. Read on to learn how to make these tiny little carriers.
I had so much fun last year making Dip Dyed Easter Eggs, that I wanted to try out something else. I tried to replicate this speckled nail polish trick I do, and I think it worked! Read on to learn how to make speckled easter eggs with items you might already have at home.
This tutorial, although more useful around Christmas and Chinese New Year, is one origami that I actually use quite often. I find putting money in a basic envelope boring, so I resort to this clean & classic paper-folding trick instead. Origami money envelope tutorial this way.
As most of you probably already know, I’m a huge fan of themed parties and decorations. I’ve used chinese takeout boxes for past events and activities, but never really got around to making them from scratch. I always used store-bought ones, and just decorated them as needed. As usual, I sat down and tried to figure out how…
This origami square tutorial does double duty. Not only can you fold your letters into a square, but you can also use it as a simple square envelope.
You’ve probably noticed by now that I’m all about triangle origami. I’ve got a Triangle Origami Box tutorial, and a Triangle Origami Bowl one too. This time around, I’m sharing a really quick origami triangle tutorial for folding your letters to friends. Read on to learn how!
There are two holidays that spurs a frenzy of tutorials here on the site. The first is Halloween, the other is Valentine’s Day. Here’s a quick, easy, simple and painless heart-themed tutorial. Read on to learn how to make paper clip hearts!