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!
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!
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.
For Valentine’s day, I made a tutorial for these Triangle Origami Bowls. Now that it’s Halloween, candy containers were top of mind. I thought I’d give this origami tutorial another shot. You can read back to the step-by-step tutorial if you prefer to see photos of each step. I’ve also been asked to make a video tutorial for it. To learn how to make origami bowls, click through now!
Last week, I headed over to Pipino Vegetarian to shoot some quick tutorials for GMA’s Good News’ DIY segment. (I shot a quick weaving feature with them earlier this year too!) I taught four quick crafts that can be done using string, yarn or rope you may have lying around your house. Shoot day was great! I was able to craft with a few of my favorite things: instax prints and paracord. And, I was able to down some of my favorite vegetarian treats between takes. Click through to watch the video!
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!