This DIY science experiment involves growing Borax crystals on sea glass, and as you can see, the results are pretty wonderful!
Just to let you know that I’ve published a knitting class over on Skillshare, yay!
It’s aimed at absolute beginners, so even if you have never picked up knitting needles before, you will be able to follow along and knit your own tasselled scarf.
Click here to view the intro video and see if it appeals 🙂
Thanks to anyone who joins my class!
This video shows you how to make an outline with wire and then fill it with a coloured ‘plastic’ to form a sculpture. According to the comments, you can make the coloured ‘plastic’ yourself by mixing some acrylic paint into PVA glue 🙂
I saw this awesome DIY Cluedo game yeeaaars ago, but for some reason never posted about it Oops
But here it is anyway! Hopefully there are some people who haven’t seen it before and think it is as fab as I do 🙂
Gishwhes is basically a huge scavenger hunt that is open to anyone in the world (I think) – and all you have to do is find a team and be prepared to do some crazy, random, awesome stuff!
It’s one of those things that looks ridiculously fun and something that would give you a lot of anecdotes and memories, but I’d be too shy to do 😦 But if it looks like something you could do, you have until August to get your team ready.
The scavenger madness lasts one week only. Enjoy!
What better way to personalise a cake than to put the birthday boy’s/girl’s face on the front!
This tutorial shows you how to make a cake stencil from a photograph.
I’ve always been very interested in animation – stop motion animation in particular – but because it’s so niche, there isn’t that much information or many tutorials out there to help & inspire.
That’s why I was especially pleased to find this free animation course that provides a wealth of videos and interviews all about stop-motion animation. I thought I should share it here in case anyone else out there would also find a lot of value in it.