Tag

bake blogger

1.png
Accessories

Jewelry for Corporate Official Wear Pt 2| Sheeart

Jewelry for Corporate Official Wear Pt 1| Sheeart Part 2 of the office jewelry series is here! Shee (once again) is sharing a ring tutorial with us! I mean, it’s about time, right?So, What you need; Wire. A thicker gauge works better Round Nose Pliers Flat Nose Pliers Mini bottle perfume or any other container with a small diameter will do too I talked about the tools used here in a previous post.    How; Measure your wire about 10 cm or the length of the pliers you are using and cut it using your wire cutters Wrap the wire around the perfume tube or your container. A simple trick to finding your perfect container is to use a ring you already own and try to push it through the tube. Where it fits perfectly, that’s around the are where you should wrap the wire   Coil your edges, using…

Continue reading
jewelry-for-corporate-environment-featured-image.png.png
Accessories

Jewelry for Corporate Official Wear Pt 1| Sheeart

Hello hello people:) October is gone! It was 1st October just the other day man?! However, I’m excited because Shee (sister from another mother) is sharing another tutorial with us. You know how I like doing things myself?  Well,  that applies to jewelry, as evidenced by these feather earrings and this leather tassel necklace, to name a few. Over the  years ,(just 2) I’ve been able to make casual jewelry over the years and it’s always bothered me for a long time that I’ve not been able to make jewelry that I can wear to work. That changed when I met Shee, the Jeweler. The rumor out there is that one cannot wear crafted jewelry to work but with the steps she’s going to share with you below,  you’ll be one step closer to creating beautiful pieces that you could wear to work!:) What you need; 1.Flat beads.  These can…

Continue reading
4.png
Accessories

Recycled Plastic Bottle Bracelets|DIYbyMoe

I love recycling and reusing. I loved recycled stuff, If I can get more than one way of reusing anything,you best believe I’m doing it. I’ve been collecting water and soda bottles I’ve used for the  past week and I also asked my family members not to throw away theirs and I used them to make recycled friendship bracelets for my sister and her friends. She absolutely loved making them with me as this is a safe-to-do project with kids. What you’ll need: Plastic bottles Masking tape Knife or pair of scissors Iron box Nail polish OR Acrylic paint How to: The procedure for this is quite easy actually. You need to cut out desired size of rings from the bottle. The 500 ml bottle is ideal for tiny hands, like a child’s. Use the 1 litre bottle for adults. Use the masking tape to map out what you want…

Continue reading
5.png
Accessories, Gifts

How to: Glue Gun Crafts #2- Glue Gun Key holders|DIYbyMoe

Glue Gun Key holders|DIYbyMoe Good Morning, I’ve finally posted! Its been a bit busy and I know I haven’t posted as much as I want to but I’ll try keep up, ey? This project was so much fun and simple to do and it was inspired by my small sister. She keeps losing her school locker keys and when mom asked her she said “I just don’t like how the key holder looks:(” lol. I decided to make her and the whole of my fambam customized key holders,using Hot Glue! This is a continuation of my last glue gun crafts where I made hot glue gun phone cases. In case you missed that, click here. Without wasting any more time, let’s dive right into it. What you”ll need: Key rings/ Large Jump rings Hot Glue gun and sticks Aluminum foil Nail polish How to: Plug in your hot glue gun….

Continue reading
6.png
Accessories, Gifts

Glue Gun Crafts #1: Glue Gun Phone Cases|DIYbyMoe

Glue Gun Phone Cases|DIYbyMoe Glue Gun Phone Cases looking so fly. It’s August!:) time sure does fly. I hope the new month is treating you well and that you’re all doing fine. I am amazing and I want to thank you guys for your feedback on my last post, the one on crafting tools. I like that I can be of assistance when it comes to all things DIY, cause that’s all I’m about, so hit me with the questions, comments or suggestions when you can, I would really love to hear them. Also, you could subscribe to receive blog posts straight to your mail. (I’m not going to spam your inbox. Scout’s Honor ). I’ve talked about this specific project for two blog posts now and it’s high time I shared with you how to make these hot glue gun phone cases. I like these cause it’s very unlikely you…

Continue reading