For most of my adult life, I’ve lived alone in quaint apartments and condos. That didn’t really allow for a regular Christmas Tree. Instead, I opted to put up a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree instead. I decorated my workspaces pretty much the same way. Desks and cubes didn’t keep me from feeling festive. So when Craft Easy sent me all these star puffs, I knew exactly what I had to make. So so many Christmas crafts ideas!
Need a simple and cute holder for carrying around your business cards? How about a quick adorable envelope for giving gift cards as presents? Here’s an origami tutorial, so easy, you’ll be folding away in no time.
This digital tutorial is solely for those not against watermarking photos. I actually know several people who are against this practice–so, if you’re one of those people, please click away. If you’d love to mark your photos using your logo, here’s a quick tutorial on how to convert your logo into a photoshop brush perfect for watermarking images.
To this day, this Origami Heart tutorial is still one of my favorites. Apparently, it’s also a favorite of this site’s readers! 🙂 So, for this coming Hearts Day, let me share the video tutorial once more! Enjoy, lovers!
Here’s another throwback to my letter-writing note-passing highschool days. I’ve posted this Pull-Tab Note tutorial before, and so I’m following it up with something similar. It’s similar to the origami money envelope, but is definitely simpler. To sharpen your letter-folding origami skills, read on!
For the past couple months, Mansy and I have been working hard on a new project. We’ve turned our love for documenting memories into a fun new endeavor called Kimidori Project! Our notebooks are available exclusively (for now) at the Hey Kessy shop, Urban Turf, UP Town Center in QC. If you’re a fan of Midori Traveler’s Notebooks, then this quick DIY is perfect for you.