Have you seen this latest article on Spot.PH?
So, my aunt managed to find a copy of this Negosiyete reel from the early 90s. I guess I have been “teaching” crafts for a LOOOONG time. The file’s audio was really, really, really bad. Did a music overlay instead.
Here’s a one-pager feature on my pressed flowers pieces!
Thanks, Southern Living!
Last month, Anvaya Cove invited I Try DIY to one of their open house events. It was my birthday weekend, so I was a bit hesitant to go. When I managed to book a room for that Saturday night, I knew I had to go! I brought along a few of my crafts cousins/friends to help me out with the crafts table and to spend the special weekend with me!
Summer 2013 was all about paracord bracelets. It was my new arm candy of choice. I was starting to hear a lot about it, so when I spent 2 months in Alaska, I made sure to get my stash of cord. Soon enough, I was selling bracelets and holding workshops for it.
If you’d like to learn how to make these bracelets, here’s your chance. Knots About Cords will soon be available at bookstores and newsstands near you! Along with my favorite people at Summit, we worked real hard to make this available for you. Learn how to make an assortment of bracelets, rings, necklaces and other projects.
The book comes with a starter kit of paracord and locks. Should you run out, don’t be dismayed, projects can also be done with other types of cord!
The step-by-step photo instructions are easy to follow!
Look out for my favorite design, the Three-Color Cobra. This style was seen on the runway last year. I think it was Tommy Hilfiger‘s collection.
Grab a copy of Knots About Cords now!