Aujourd’hui, j’aimerais vous parler d’une découverte que j’ai faite cette semaine en cherchant des artisans européens: Buubok. J’aime beaucoup leurs lampes en tricot que je verrais très bien dans un chalet à la montagne.
En plus je me sens très proche de leur philosophie, objet unique, matériaux recyclé, respect du travail à la main et de l’artisanat. Ils aiment réutiliser d’anciens motifs de nouvelles façons et ils le font très bien!Hello,
Today, I want to share with you a great shop I found on Etsy it’s: Buubok. I love their knitted lamps. It would fit really well in a snowy Swiss chalet, isn’t it?
Their philosophy is quiet close to mine, unique items, upcycling material, respect for crafting and handmade work. They love using traditional patterns in some brand new ways. I use paper. They use knitting and crocheting.
Hope you will enjoy it!
This has given me so many ideas :)
Hey! I made a Kindle cover!
Here is the tutorial I used: http://www.onepearlbutton.com/2009/10/tutorial-book-style-kindle-cover.html
The fabric is from Fancy Tiger: http://fancytiger.com/craftindex.html
diy this one for christmas
These would go wonderfully with these giant snowflakes I want to make again:
- A jar of your choice (with a lid)
- Anti-rust sealant for metal pieces
- Clear-drying epoxy
- Distilled water
- Dash of glycerin
- Large silver or white glitter (smaller versions will float at the top)
- Use clear-drying epoxy to adhere your piece to the inside of the lid.
- After the epoxy dries, fill your jar with distilled or boiled water
- Add just a dash of glycerin so the “snow” falls slowly.
- Add glitter. If you don’t like the look of glitter, you can use faux snow (find@craft stores.)
- Screw your lid on tightly„,then enjoy your snowglobe
I love clouds… I love knitting… Ta-daaa
I want to make something like this.
This was the first heating pad we had when I was a kid. I remember it got burn-holes in it because we had a rack in our microwave oven that singed it a bit every time we heated it up.
And thinking about the simple idea of heating pads brings me back to early high school when for Christmas I made each of my friends a small fleece and rice heating pad and cute instructions.
I haven’t made one since, so because it was balls cold this weekend, I made a quick one out of an old long-sleeve-shirt sleeve and some rice to put at Mark’s feet.