These beautiful roses are made from paper maps, and I particularly love the splash of pink on the petal edges.
Just a heads up for anyone interested in textile design or pattern design in general; Pattern Observer feature some great interviews with people who do this kind of design work as their career (including Kat Karnaky, shown above). Very interesting.
Please click here for a free Skillshare lesson (by yours truly) which walks through the steps of recycling light bulbs into cute bugs!
It’s easy, quick, and doesn’t require many tools or materials…a fun weekend project I think 🙂
This striking piece of wall art has a great texture (could you walk past and NOT touch it??) and is made by crocheting a rectangle and then stitching chunky yarns into it.
If you can’t crochet, you could buy a mini rug or knit a rectangle instead 🙂
Click here for the pattern.
This eye-catching piece of abstract art is made with a very simple technique and really adds a touch of luxury to a room.
I just love these colourful pom-pom fairies…they’re so cute and cheerful!
Made from wooden peg dolls, yarn and felt…you can find the tutorial for them here.