I find decorating bottles and jars as a very pretty way to create Art. I started using decoupage and acrylics, then applying stamps, stencils and modeling paste. What you get is something really beautiful, a simple bottle or jar is turning into a pretty piece of Deco. You can decorate your favorite place at home… Continue reading AlTeReD JaR
Hello everyone! I’ve been working in some decoupage projects in the last weeks. I’m really crazy about this technique. I applied it on glass, so far, and I want to show you how I did it. Let’s start by the materials: Any bottle or jar you think you can decorate. Decoupage Glue. Designed napkin. Brush.… Continue reading Decoupage on Glass
Decoupage is a beautiful technique, it lets you decorate almost any surface by gluing paper. The result can look like a beautiful painted design, but it is just paper and glue (the most widely used material is napkin). As i said, you can use decoupage on almost any surface. Boxes are the favorite ones for… Continue reading
Hey!!! I’m back after a while being away… I would like to start this very first post of the year sharing this video: She is Olek, and her artwork with crochet is simply amazing. Her artwork is total inspirational. Check more about her here. Enjoy!!!
Coasters are very useful at home. Besides, it is a great deco project, quick and easy. Let’s try it: Ch3 and join with Sl St Make 8 SC in the central ring and Sl St. Round 1: 2 SC into every stitch (from previous 8SC). 16 stitches in total. Round 2: 2 SC in… Continue reading Simple Coasters
Amigurumi is a great technique. You can create plenty of nice and lovely creatures. My buddy here is the first one of many I’m planning to create. Take a look at the instructions. It’s very easy to make. Head: Round 1: make a magic ring. 6 SC into the ring. Round 2: 2SC in each… Continue reading Amigurumi Buddy!
I would like to have ready a bunch of hearts before Valentine arrives. I’m trying to hurry… These are my favorites patterns: Let’s start with the first one: Round 1: Make a magic circle, 6SC into the ring and pull over (6 stitches in total). Round 2: 2SC into each stitch from the previous round… Continue reading The Valentine’s Hearts