Easy Lazy Susan

This is the last part for the “Wheel” series. You can check out the first two parts here (for something delicious) and here (for drawing inspiration).

Ini bagian terakhir untuk seri “Wheel”. Anda dapat melihat 2 postingan lainnya di sini (untuk resep) dan sini (untuk ilustrasi).

My baker sister wanted a lazy susan for her icing work and I wanted to make one for her, but sadly, I couldn’t find any store selling the rotating hardware. So here goes my attempt making one, using basic stuff, from scratch. It’s still in a very raw prototype condition as I haven’t had it tested (will update again!). Basically, we will need to make a plate, the rotating leg and a base. And for that, we will need cardboard, foils and the roll, cling wrap and your choice of base (something heavy is good, like old unused dictionary). Continue reading “Easy Lazy Susan”

Squishy Stress Ball

This is the last part for the “doki-doki” series. You can check out the first two parts here (for something delicious) and here (for drawing inspiration).

Ini bagian terakhir untuk seri “doki-doki”. Anda dapat melihat 2 postingan lainnya di sini (untuk resep) dan sini (untuk ilustrasi).

When the theme “doki-doki” was announced, I didn’t have the slightest bloody idea of what I wanted to make (just in case you are not familiar with the term, it’s a Japanese mimetic word for “pounding heart”). As cliché as it can be, I was about to jump right into the “heart-shape everything craft” wagon if I couldn’t come up with anything by the deadline. Then out of the blue, I remembered my mom was looking for a squishy ball for her fingers therapy and yeap, I accidentally found the connecting dots between a squishy stress ball and a relief to the irregular heart-pounding caused by nervousness or anxiety. Let’s get started!
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Paper Cup Kaleidoscope

This is the last part for the “mirror” series. You can check out the first two parts here (for something delicious) and here (for drawing inspiration).

Ini bagian terakhir untuk seri “mirror”. Anda dapat melihat 2 postingan lainnya di sini (untuk resep) dan sini (untuk ilustrasi).

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”