Look at what I made recently:I must admit that making these Elmo-themed souvenirs was a challenge. I thought it was easy but it took me some time to finally get the proportions of Elmo’s face. But it was fun! I hope that the recipients and my client will love what I did. Next in line is miniature hibben knives for an avid collector. Hopefully, I can pull it off. I will let you know!
We have been looking for a craft that might interest my daughter. I thought that cross-stitching is the thing for her but unfortunately, I am wrong. She asked for some of the cords that I make into bracelets but she was too impatient to finish it. We went scouring the Net then and we found this tutorial on how to make a LOVE script necklace. It looks easy and I already have the needed tools. Let’s see if she is interested enough to try and finish this project.
Now that classes are about to end, I have already ordered gifts for my daughter’s teachers. I only need to come up with creative packaging and then I saw this:
This is going to be so cute with a ribbon and gift tag on top. This uses felt paper but any paper would certainly do. I can’t wait to try doing this with my daughter.
Mommy Mundo’s Expo Kid 5, the Ultimate Summer Activity Fair will take place this Saturday, March 2, 2013 at the 500 Shaw Events Pavillion. It will be a kick-off event of Mommy Mundo for 2013 and will showcase tons of fun summer activities for kids of all ages.
Interactive activity areas will be made available for kids where they can try out crafting stations, check out the fun learning modules, music, arts and sports activities. Here is a complete list of activities for the said day:
A minimal entrance fee of Php 20 will be collected and used for the MomShare outreach. For more information, visit Mommy Mundo on Facebook.
One of my latest projects is a door name plate.
I made this with glow-in-the-dark polymer clay and some beads. I had a different output in mind but this came out nicer than I have planned. See this and more when you visit my online store, The Clay Craft Studio.
My mom has this habit of changing her phones like annually and my daughter happens to be a recipient of one of her hand-me-down units recently. It is a Sony touch-screen phone with all the works – wifi, games, music, etc. But what made my daughter really ecstatic is the phone’s capability to play music. She likes music. She likes singing and listening to songs. Her Dad loaded it up with music last night and she has been enjoying it. She is recovering from sickness and the music (and freedom to choose which to play) is making her feel better and entertained.
Speaking of which, I am adding music lessons as a possible activity for her this summer break. Someone is willing to gift her with a guitar, complete with spare superb Ernie Ball guitar strings in case we go for it. We need to decide soon so we can find a good training center and allot our budget and time properly.