My own brain is to me the most unaccountable of machinery – always buzzing, humming, soaring roaring diving, and then buried in mud. And why? What’s this passion for?
My messy bed table – a photo that could be a print of the mess in my head on some days! :-)
And some tutorials, you know you want to make something today. Just pick one and go go go!
List of Crafty Tutorial Links
- Cute Japanese Coin Purse – I have the handles already somewhere in my “stuff box”!
- Sewing Bag Tutorial – love all those pockets and a great fabric too!
- Leftover bead necklace – easy and it has that “hanging dangling” feeling that I adore right now!
- Bookmaking Tutorial – lots of images in this tut at flickr.
- Draw Fantasy Art – beautiful art and tutorial on how to draw (Fairy, Angel, wings, eyes, etc) by Carmen Keys
- Fabric Decoupaged Nightstands – fun furniture play from J Caroline
- Prettier Checkbook Tutorial – we don’t use checks in Sweden but I do like how it looks!
- Creating Stencils – another stencil art tutorial (see previous Sunday for the first one)
- Button flower tutorial – looove buttons, did I tell you? These cute flowers are made by one very artsy crafty babe!
- Inside out security envelopes – recycle with paper and do a twist, jump and create!
- Paper dolls – I love these Workspace Guardians that Diane made
In the tutorial above Diane did paper-dolls with images of real peoples heads. Diane’s card came to mind when I saw a collection of extremely cool cards at the Bildmuseum in Umeå this summer. This was the one I bought:
Virginia Woolf as a paper card! Isn’t it the coolest card ever? Ever? I was going to hang it on my inspiration board, but when I opened the plastic I noticed that it’s a double card so you can actually stand it up on your table! The card came with sticker quotes that are called Quotable Notables! I want to collect all of the cards but I especially want Oscar Wilde, Mona Lisa, Dorothy Parker – and Shakespeare of course! But I should make some myself too, I think paper dolls are way fun!
I want “something” from the journal section of the site where I found information about the cards, such pretty notebooks there! I like the one with a frog, and the quote covered ones. Yummy journals! :-)
I made Valentine Cards (2007) where I used a photo of my own head! My big b/w smiling and kissing head, hehe.
They look like this:
Silly Hanna, right? I know two of them are still hanging on though (one on little brothers wall and one in grandma’s kitchen!).
Absolutely love these Hanna. You have so many great ideas in one head…lol.
Those paper dolls are adorable!
Your cards are sooooo cute! Great idea! *^v^*
Fun tutorials. I especially like the Left Over Bead Necklace. Might just have to try that!
it has been awhile since I visited; so much inspiration here… clever you!
Hanna, I hope you’re having a creative, peaceful, and fun Sunday. Thanks for all of the tutorial links. I really like your valentines day cards as well… they are unique and sweet! Take care.
Wonderful cards, a very good idea Hanna
Grattis!… kika in i min blogg s? ser du till vad ;-)
Thank you so much for these tutorial collections, they are so much fun! It just shows, nice girls share.