Fellow crafters you know it too well: coming up with a new product involves a prototype phase. Which is a glorious mix of planning and talent and chance. By documenting integrally the process, designers/makers can save a lot of time and some of their sanity (for those of us who have any left). Prototype. Sometimes…… Continue reading Documenting prototypes – keep everything, including your hair on your head
Let’s pretend you want to publish a call out for newsletter subscribers on your Facebook page. Maybe you don’t have any time or no graphic skills, but still want to make a visual impact. We have you covered: with Canva, you can easily create a professional looking design. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to: Pick…… Continue reading How to create a graphic post for your Facebook page?
Sometimes it takes a simple thing to make your life simpler. My mood + inspiration +feel good + notice board is a good example of this. With only a few cork boards, some washi tape and a handful of stickers I got my work routine back on track. Here is what I did… These 4 cork…… Continue reading My mood-inspiration-feel good-notice board
Today I share a great secret with you: you will never look extremely organised unless you were a total mess at some point AND you own a ridiculous amount of lolly sticks. And I succeed, at least for the mess and lolly sticks part. I am also getting better at the organisation stuff though it…… Continue reading Lolly sticks to the rescue – thread and ribbon organisation
Nothing beats a good old before / after! Back to school is a time of year where it feels even better to make improvements in the house overall tidiness. As you can see, my wrapping paper stash was a nightmare. But thanks to this blog post and a Japanese tutorial I now own a paper…… Continue reading Bespoke paper basket – upcycling wrapping paper