For the last couple of DIYs, I feel like I’ve been overdosing on bold colours. Not that I’m complaining, but when you make 3 ombre tutorials in a week, you know you have a problem. So, to reset my brain, I decided to do away with bright colours for these hot plates. And I, for one, think it works really well! Mostly cos, minimal designs go with everything. I could place them with any colour and it’ll work! Scroll on to see how they’re made.
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know we love handmade candles! In fact, as I was going through some of our older posts, I saw that we’ve made DIY candles almost every month. Which, is A LOT of tutorials. So, for this Throwback Post Day, I thought it would be a good idea to talk about all of our homemade candle posts till date.
Do you remember blow pens?! I recently found a set and it brought back a rush of childhood memories and crafty afternoons. So much so that, I had to make something with them, instantly! We used them on stencils and cards and notebook covers and some papercrafts. Which wasn’t the brightest idea, because we used up almost all of them, in a single afternoon (Totally worth it!). One of the things we made, were these pretty paper fans. And, learning how to make a paper fan is a great quick craft activity to do with kids. Wouldn’t you agree?