Do you know we can make a cute octopus out of toilet paper roll? Let’s make one today 🙂
Toilet Paper Roll Octopus
Paint a toilet paper roll with colour of your choice
Let dry and cut strips mid way through the tube
Use a marker and roll the strips to curl it
Curled up octopus 😀
Paint your pointer white
Stamp your fingers as the eyes
Paint the black eye.
Get a hole punch and punch out tiny circles out of yellow foam
Paste the tiny foam circles onto the octopus
The octopus is done 😀
I love sheeps. Let’s make a sheep today 🙂
Paper Plate Cotton Sheep
Paint a paper plate grey
Cut the sides and paste
Paint your thumb white
Dot as the eyes and paint the nose
Cut a pair of ears from white and pink paper
The face is done
Paste cotton balls on an empty paper plate
Paste the face to the body
Your paper plate cotton sheep is done 😀
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Craft Tips and Tricks | Posted on 25-08-2010 | 7,490 views
When painting round objects, like an egg, a ball or toilet paper roll, it helps to rest it on a holder so it won’t roll off.
It also helps to ensure it stays in place and not roll around when it is drying.
Mugs and egg cartons make excellent holders 🙂
Toilet paper roll is so much fun. I don’t dispose them. I keep them and transformed them into something cute. Today, we are going to transform a TP Roll into a penguin 😀
Toilet Paper Roll Penguin
Paint the toilet paper roll black
Cut a semi-oval from a white piece of paper and paste on the TP Roll
Cut a pair of flippers from black sugar paper and paste
Paint your fingertip white and stamp it on the TP Roll as the eyes
Paste a pair of feet and draw the black of the eye. The penguin is done 😀
Let’s make a giANT today 😛 Told you not to throw those egg cartons away. They can come pretty handy for crafts 🙂
Egg carton ant
Cut an egg carton
Paint it black or red
Paste the eyes and pipe cleaners as the legs
The GIANT ant is done 😀
Babies are always so cute. Let’s do a baby chicken – a footprint chick today 😀
Paint your foot yellow
Stamp your painted footprint onto a drawing block
Paint 3 fingers and stamp onto the footprint as the wing
Add details and an extra HUGE googly eyes for the maximum cuteness effect 😀 You might want to paint the chick's feet orange instead of black. I regretted painting it black 🙁
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Announcement | Posted on 16-08-2010 | 5,094 views
Good news peeps! Since many of you have been e-mailing me asking on where do I get my supplies from, we are proud to announce that we have collaborated with Craft Haven to bring you the latest in craft supplies. Check them out here.
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Announcement | Posted on 13-08-2010 | 10,146 views
We are now OPEN. Click here for more details.
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Announcement | Posted on 11-08-2010 | 3,340 views
Great News! We have finally launched our Studio on the 8/8/2010.
Read all about it here and here is the entry by a fellow blogger who attended the launch.
We also participated in the recent ParenThots Family Day on the 7/8/2010. Read all about it here.
It had been a hectic but enjoyable weekend for us and here’s thanking all those who made both the above events a success.
From our hearts, THANK YOU very much 🙂
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Origami, Paper Crafts | Posted on 09-08-2010 | 11,197 views
It’s time to indulge in delicious ice-cream 🙂
Fold a square paper half
Fold both ends to meet in the middle
Fold it back down as shown in the picture
Turn it around and fold back the excess ends.
Fold the top ends to meet in the middle.
Fold down as shown in the picture above.
Fold up again.
Fold down again.
And up again 🙂
Turn it around and you’ll have this.
Draw lines for the cone and your ice-cream is done 🙂
Slurp! Slurp! Yummy 😀
Feel like spying today? 😛 Let’s make a binoculars out of those toilet paper rolls 😀
Toilet Paper Roll Binoculars
Paint two toilet paper rolls black
Once dried glue them together
Use pegs to secure the rolls together while drying
Wrap the binoculars with a strip of black sugar paper.
Wrap a strip of gold or silver paper on each roll too.
You may also cover the roll with colored cellophane as the lens.
Your binoculars is done. Now… let’s spy 😛
Craft goes green! I’m not throwing those polystyrene fruit trays away. Instead, we are making a tortoise out of it today 🙂
Cut a polystyrene fruit tray into ‘cups of bowls’ 😛
Paint the polystyrene bowl
Cut squares out of paper and paste on the shell.
Cut out head and legs out of colored foams and paste.
Tortoises in meeting 🙂
The kids and their tortoises in hand and on their heads 😀