Normally, I find that sewing tutorials online can be rather confusing, but the step-by-step instructions for this cute reversible bag make it really clear what you have to do at each stage . . . so I wanted to feature it here on my blog in case other people get as confused as I do trying to follow sewing instructions! 🙂
The bag is a small size (for kids) but you could always size it up for adults without much difficulty.
A brilliant DIY project for any Beauty and the Beast fan!
Find a step-by-step tutorial here which shows you how to transform a plain teacup into the cute “Chip” character from the classic Disney movie.
These colourful and eye-catching patterns are created from layers of paper and can be cut with either scissors or a craft knife. You can then frame them individually, or string lots together to make a garland!
Find the DIY here.
This beautiful hair accessory is made by folding satin ribbon into individual petal shapes and then using a lighter and/or glue to fix them in place.
Don’t be daunted because it looks intricate; most of the parts are the same petal shape repeated, so it’s actually quite simple!
Click here for instructions.
I came across this website the other day, which offers high quality workshops (video lessons) online for free – including my favourites; a ‘waxing papers’ class and an ‘exploring monoprints’ class.
They also offer some other workshops for a small fee.
Check them out!
I’ve always loved tufted brown leather sofas, so this bench is particularly appealing to me…especially with slightly distressed leather; lovely!
This tutorial walks you through the process of revamping an old bench by first adding new foam and then the tufted leather outer layer.
I think these beads have a lovely artistic quality, and you could certainly make a very unique and colourful necklace by stringing a handful of them together.
All you need to do to make these fabric balls is basically wrap up some fabric scraps with thread… Click here for the full instructions.