Ditch the boring old white board and whip up this lovely memo board out of a frame and some fabric scraps! I have this pretty memo board at home, and it’s super easy to make!
Archive of ‘sustainable design’ category
This mask is made from recycled materials. My goal was to use whatever craft supplies I had lying around the house, and not buy anything new except for the paper mask itself. When this challenge was announced, there were only two things I wanted to achieve: 1. My piece should not look like crap; and [...]
Hello my crafty friends! I’ve missed you! I haven’t created anything since the flowers I posted in May! I’m having too much fun being a mom. My little Ally is growing into such an adorable and funny little lady. I spend all my time with her, there really isn’t time left for my beads and [...]
The Philippine Polymer Clay Guild’s challenge for July was focused on sustainable, eco-friendly polymer clay projects. Titled “Trash to Treasure”, the July challenge entailed using polymer clay to give junk a new lease on life. Finding the raw materials (aka: trash) was quite easy. I am a pack-rat, so I had a ton of [...]
Environment-friendly polymer clay? What an oxymoron. But still thinking of the polymer clay+junk recycling project from the previous post, I decided to head on to etsy to search for examples. I think that for polymer clay design to be truly sustainable, it has to feature recycled materials not only as embellishment, but as part of [...]
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