Hi! It’s been a while. I thought hard and long about posting my thoughts on here. I initially wanted this space to be for anything crafts and DIY related in the hope that regularly posting would encourage me to do crafts regularly and destress in the process. I started this blog in 2015 — I Read More
Ranger Inc. just announced a price change in their products effective January, 2021. The change in retail cost is allegedly due to increases in cost of raw materials, transportation, and tariff. By the looks of it, our beloved Ranger, Inc. products, including the crafter’s staple distress inks and distress oxides, will have an increase by Read More
I have been asked many times whether the We R Memory Keepers Trim-and-Score Board Refill Blades we have on the shop would fit the trimmers they have at home. Apparently, a lot of people have bought the wrong blade and they can’t be blamed because the packaging does not provide any indication about which blade Read More
I recently stumbled upon another crafting challenge at www.papercraftcrew.com and I asked my 10-year-old niece, Ianne, to collaborate with me on the project. This is the inspiration sketch provided for the challenge: This is our entry : The main card is Quaff CC (250 gsm) and the corrugated mint paper is a scrap from a Read More
I forgot to post it here but I made an unboxing video of the We R Memory Keepers foil quill afew weeks ago. I still haven’t made a full card using the foil quill but I hope I get to do so one of these days. I also thought I would get disappointed with the Read More
I just enrolled in my first online class, literally a few minutes ago! I am so excited to start my “Introduction to Color Theory” class tonight and thought I’d post it here to remember this moment. I’ll probably post updates as I go along. Join me?
I used to wonder how crafters get straight paper/cardstock cuts. Starting out, I had an exacto knife and different sizes of scissors but none of those made professional looking cuts no matter the size or the brand. When I made my own wedding invites, I thought there’s no way I could “DIY” straight cuts so Read More
HAPPY NEW YEAR and I hope you had a very MERRY CHRISTMAS! I am posting this on January 1, 2019 on my side of the world. 2018 wasn’t all bad for me, although the first quarter was a bit of a headache work-wise, the year ended pretty well and I am very grateful for it. However, Read More
Whipped out my gift box punch board today to make these easy, cutesy, spooktacular early halloween ideas to make trick or treating far from boring. Enjoy!
I’ve been watching unboxing videos of Mystery Boxes on YouTube lately. For those not familiar with mystery boxes, these are sold online (mostly ebay, from what I see on unboxing videos) where sellers only give you a vague idea of what you might find in the box. Sort of a blind date but you have Read More