Layer, Galaxy Sky
This is the second series of “Layer” theme. Check the first one here (something yummy 😋) .
Paper cup is becoming one of the best materials I like to craft with. After the universal ruler holder, today I’m sharing how to turn your beverage paper cup into a kaleidoscope. This is purely an experimental craft as I was just curious to try out using compact discs as reflectors instead of the conventional mirror for a kaleidoscope. Let’s go! Continue reading “Paper Cup Kaleidoscope”
I don’t know if this is considered as cheating because in a glance, you may not be able to tell where the ‘ice cream’ theme comes in. Well, it’s actually a signboard that takes the shape of an upside down ice cream bar (I know, it looks more like a chopping board or a pizza pan). Anyway, I cheated my way down and made this sign to hang on our wall. Continue reading “Ice Bar Signboard”
We had this
rather sexist mindset when we were young that every morning, a father is expected to go to the office to work while a mother is expected to go to the wet market to buy groceries for the family. For our ‘morning’ theme, I was imagining a grocery bag made out of the rice plastic bag. Rice is our staple food and you can imagine how many bags we have accumulated over the years. We have been reusing the bags for many things; from garbage bags, weight bags to tree planting. Thinking that nobody (okay, may be not everybody) wants to go shopping literally holding a rice bag, I decided to do some weaving to sort of use it as camouflage (doesn’t work out as I imagined it could be, though). Anyway, let’s keep going! Continue reading “Woven Rice Bag”
Coming from an art & design background, I have collected rulers with unique shapes in different sizes and I have trouble finding a container that would fit them all. I don’t own an architect’s scale but I think this will work fine by adjusting the width on the spacing (more on this below). So, here goes my take on creating a one-for-all ruler holder. Let’s start working. Continue reading “Paper Cup Ruler Holder”
I love the idea of creating something new by upcycling old, unused or broken things. If the newly transformed item turns useful, that’s wonderful, but if not, there’s always something new learned in the process of experimentation. For our first ‘egg’ project, I was kinda undecided whether I want to try my hands on the egg shells or the egg cartons. In the end, I went with the former and decided to leave the later for a possible future project. For this project, we’ll need egg shells, glue, paint and pasting surface. Let’s get going. Continue reading “Egg Shell Mosaic”