I love Pusheen - everyone's favourite fat grey cat has pretty much become the Garfield of the internet, and the little cutie is everywhere, even in our Facebook comment boxes. I couldn't find a plush version here in South Africa, so I decided to make my own.
This is a SUPER simple project, and is great for beginners - and if you are terrified of sewing and don't even want to try, try using fabric glue to convert this to a no-sew project!
Let me know if you also love Pusheen, and which Pusheen comic is your favourite!
Even though the film has been out for over a year now, Frozen is still as popular as ever. This cute Olaf plush is made with velcro pieces that allow you to take him apart and put him back together, just like he's always falling apart in the movie - so, do you want to build a snowman? Watch the video for instructions!
This little guy makes a great gift, and will be loads of fun for kids to play with.
I hope you enjoy this tutorial, and that you are having a lovely holiday season!
These choker necklaces were very popular in the 90s, and have crept back into fashion again. I vividly remember how desperately I begged my mom to buy them for me when I was little, and honestly, now that I'm older, they're just as cool. They're super simple to make, so why not create your own instead of buying one? Watch the video for full instructions! LDP x
I know that everyone is sick and tired of tangled earphones. Somehow, whenever those sneaky cables are hidden from sight, they contort into the kind of knots they don't even teach in boy scouts. So, here's the simplest fix for the age-old issue: say no to tangled earphones by attaching a zip to keep them neat and un-knotted.
I know, I know. It's literally so simple it hardly deserves a DIY. Just stitch the fabric edge of the zip around the earphone cable and voilà. No more tangled earphones! And plus, they look pretty cool, too.
Let me know below if you're also sick and tired of your earphone cables looking like a Houdini-level challenge, and tell me if this life hack helps you solve that problem!
After recently revamping my sock sloth tutorial and turning it into a video, I decided another sock creature was in order. Living in South Africa, rhino conservation is a cause that has become very important to our country. 22 September saw the celebration of World Rhino Day, and the awareness posts floating around my Facebook news feed added to the inspiration to create this little cuddly friend.
This little rhino is a cute addition to any collection of sock creatures, and an adorable reminder to support rhino conservation - don't let the only rhinos left be plush toys.
If you make your own version, be sure to share it with me!
I've always known about Instructables. It's always been there - turning up in DIY searches, hovering around craft sites, offering creation inspiration... But for some reason, I never made myself an account. But then, at the end of August, I did.
Since then, I've posted 10 projects - a combination of previously unpublished projects and some of my old favourites that weren't yet on the site. I absolutely love the site - they host wonderful contests, and seem to have a very active community, with projects featured every day and an incredible number of views and comments on my projects, in comparison to what I'm used to. So far, every one of my projects has been featured (a little star with "100%" beside it on my profile page confirms this), and my challenge to myself is to maintain this feature rate. I'll definitely be posting all of my future projects there, too!
In celebration of my new-found love, here are my 5 most popular projects on the site so far, in order of popularity:
I love travelling, and I've been fortunate enough to see a fair few countries in my life. However, as any sufferer of wanderlust will know, seeing a few only makes one want to see more - there's a whole world out there just waiting to be explored! The idea is to scratch off each country after you visit it, and eventually, one day, scratch it all off. It's a fun craft for any traveller, or a great gift for the wanderlustful.
Let me know if you enjoy this tutorial, and if you make your own! What is your favourite place that you have ever been?