DIY Polyshrink Jewelry
I think the shrink plastic jewelry I made turned out pretty awesome! :)
This isn’t really a tutorial, because printable shrink plastic is really easy to work with: You print out whatever you want on the shrink plastic sheets, cut out the shapes, punch holes for jewelry findings, and bake. Presto!
Here’s some closeup shots of stuff I made with 1 sheet of shrink plastic that I bought on Etsy (shipping to Phils was $5, the pack was $11)
Rib-cage | X-Ray Necklace
Anatomical Heart Necklace
A rather wonky typewriter ( I forgot to desaturate the ink and the sealant smeared, which means I shouldn’t use it anymore), a lightning bolt, a <3 emoticon, and a N E R D ring.
I’m quite pleased with how they turned out. I can’t wait to try out more ideas! :)
More DIY posts here.
New nail tutorial! This is a really easy manicure to do but it looks a lot harder than it really is. Also, a tip for minimizing nail foil crinkling! Try it because it is AWESOMESAUCE.
I’ve been a bit obsessed with stop motion and decided that the My Great Food in 15 seconds competition from Nuffnang was as good a chance as any to come up with a stop motion project. 15 seconds? I get to eat it afterwards? I can roll with that!
The contest also calls for a summer recipe, so I figured the best bet was something easy to make, had few ingredients, and had ice cream in it!
Here’s my entry:
Summer Recipe: Brownies a la Mode
Today’s tutorial is for these super pretty pastel nails with a nude and holo base, a black drip design and a duochrome flaky topcoat. Super subtle but sparkly, and still edgy because of the drip design. I love this notd, because it looks cool even on super short nails and it’s totally easy to do, too.
Click through for the diy tutorial! :)
It’s colored stretchy nylon from the textiles department or school supplies department.
I made a youtube video channel for nail art! :D Subscribe even tho I only have 1 video at the moment lol. This tutorial is for how to recreate these awesome porcelain/china inspired blue and white nails!
Just finished my latest DIY (which uses my scrap felt and yarn): A Comic Book Sound Effect Plush. Details on the blog tomorrow :3
For my previous DIY tutorials, clicksorz.
Hey guys! It’s been ages since I posted a DIY! I’ve been busy with my band, work, and family stuff. We’ve been doing a lot of traveling this year, so I’ve been neglecting the blog. But here’s a DIY to make up for it!
HOHOHOHO I’m so happy with the way my DIY ipad mini flip case turned out!!! I haven’t done a DIY post in so long. Putting the process here on the blog tomorrow. :3
My Favorite Photo Editing Apps For Android
Just the other week I someone asked me what I use to edit my photos on Instagram. Currently I work as a photo-retoucher at one of my day jobs, so it makes sense that that same obsessive compulsiveness to fiddle around with a photo carries over to pictures I take with my smartphone (a cheap Cloudfone Thrill 500g). I still use my Samsung Galaxy GT i550’s camera sometimes (takes pretty good daytime photos even from a moving car) and then I import the files to my bigger 5-inch phone for easier editing. I don’t really have a fancy setup, my phones are budget-priced and their cameras are average (leaning towards terrible, in the Cloudfone’s case).
Sup folks! It’s been forever since I blogged properly so I’m back with a DIY (of sorts). Here’s the short version, click read more for bigger pictures and how I got my sewing machine!
Hi! I think a stall in Gaisano mall sells polymer clay, near Port Cafe. But I get my polymer clay from a girl on Facebook:
Her name’s Chassy! :)
p.s. almost forgot, her polymer products are on display at Yellow Hauz Cafe! :)
There’s a bunch of things going on in this post and I’ll try to explain them in as detailed a manner as possible!
The Boy and I love sushi (rice rolls. No raw fish involved unless you want it!) so we made our own the other night. Sushi is extremely filling—4 rolls are usually enough for me. My favorite part about preparing sushi is that it’s easy and no actual cooking aside from creating the sushi-zu (sushi rice).
This is my DIY sushi recipe, so it’s bound to have shortcuts. Apologies in advance. :P
(I bought EVERYTHING at the NCCC Mall supermarket in Matina.)
Nori (dried seaweed sheets)
It’s been a while since I did a DIY Tutorial sooo I’m excited to share this new one with you folks. It’s crazy easy and cheap too!
In fact, this DIY project cost me… nothing! I already had everything I needed for this. If you do go out and buy the materials though, it will cost you less than P100 for everything! Hail all Cheapsketeers!