Paper Cup Gift Box :)

Heyya! 🙂

I’m back with a supa cute n supa simple tutorial on how to pack your teeny tiny gifts like candies, marbles, cookies using a cute paper cup.


  • Paper cup
  • Scissors
  • Adornment
  • Glue


Cut the rim of the paper cup using scissors. Make 8 equal vertical cuts around the cup. Fill your goodies and fold the sides. Once you’re done, stick an adornment of your choice. I stuck colored buttons using glue gun.


Don’t forget to share your experience in making this adorable gift box! 🙂


Fall Wreath ^_^

Hoodies, hot cocoa, boots, jeans, cuddling, crisp air, flushed cheeks… no wonder Fall is the second Spring when every leaf is a flower

Just like always, I wanted to contribute something for the Church decoration on the occasion of Harvest Festival.

This time I made an Autumn Wreath with a tiny twist in it as it’s not made of flowers or leaves but of colorful tulle.

When I started to prepare the wreath I shilly-shallied to take pictures of it because, I totally doubted its outcome. But now I do regret! So, I won’t be posting a full fledged tutorial.

Well, with no further cribbing, let me just give you a brief description on how to create this vibrant Fall Wreath!! 🙂


  • Foam ring
  • Tulle
  • Scissors
  • Appliques
  • Hot glue gun

Its super easy, not messy and totally fun to make. I’ve used five different colored tulle ~orange, brown, turquoise, blue and green.

For starters, fold the tulle to form a loop and place the foam in the centre of the folded loop.

Now pull the edge out through the loop firmly. Repeat the same procedure using different colors until the foam is completely covered.

Now add your favorite applique using hot glue gun. I used satin flowers for which I’ll be posting a separate tutorial in the near future. I also used peacock feathers to give it a complete stand out look!!

And… this is how it turned out ❤

Do try it with different colored tulle and appliques and don’t forget to share your experience with me 🙂

Zipper Braid


Are you looking out for something easy and edgy this autumn?? Well, I’ve got a perfect tutorial to share.

It’s a zipper trinket!! 😉 Its totally fun, just like it sounds. With no further delay, let me just start off! 🙂


  • Zippers
  • Tweezers
  • Trinket lock and rings
  • Chain
  • Thread
  • Needle


Remove the lock of the zipper  using tweezers.

Stitch the edge of the zippers.

Braid the zippers and sew the end.

Attach a ring and chain to one of the ends of the zipper braid.

Now attach a lock to the other end of the zipper braid.


Show it off with your edgy outfits.


Denim Love <3

Hello Ladies!! 🙂

Planning to dispose your old pair of denim? Please don’t… because, I’ve got lots of projects to restyle and re-purpose your old denim!

For starters, let me share a supa-simple tutorial on denim bracelet.



  • Denim strap
  • Beads
  • Elastic
  • Needle
  • Tweezers
  • Scissors


Cut a strap of denim. Fray the denim strap using tweezers.

Repeat the same on the other side of the strap.

This is how your frayed strap should look like.

Sew the beads using elastic.

Make tiny folds after sewing each bead.

Repeat the same until you reach the opposite end.

Once you are done sewing beads, tie the ends of the elastic from the inside.

And… you’re done!! 🙂


Spoon Art!

Ever felt like having a long lasting magnolia or lotus for a showpiece??

Here’s an effortless creation of spoon flowers, which are super easy and quick!


I found this tutorial on one of my favorite blogs. The fantastic thing about this flower tutorial is that, they are ‘mess-free‘… LOL! 😀

But as for me, mess and bliss go hand in hand :p


  • Plastic spoons (3 dozen approx)
  • Hot glue gun
  • Small piece of cardboard
  • Scissors





To begin with, cut the spoons at its neck, to form petals of the flower.


Stick the spoons vertically on the cardboard using hot glue gun.





You can also use transparent spoons and spray paint it with the color of yo choice!

I painted them bronze, for an antique look 😉


Do try and post your thought 🙂

Plastic ~ Fantastic ;)

This flower tutorial is an improvisation of a party pompom. I have replaced crepe papers and tissue papers with polythene covers in order to give more life and texture to the flowers.


So, let’s begin!

Supplies Needed:

  • Polythene Covers
  • Yarn
  • String
  • Green Gum Tape
  • Scissors



For the centre (filament) of the flower, you can make small, rough yarn pompoms.

Roll the yarn around your fingers depending upon the desired length and density of the filament and cut it (I rolled it around 3 fingers for about 20 times).

Take a 4 inch yarn and tie the rolled bundle of yarn firmly. Cut open the closed edges and trim the ends to get a rough looking pompom.

For the petals, cut the ends of a polythene cover and cut into 2 equal rectangles.

Cut open the closed ends. Carefully fold the layers of the cover, in and out until you reach the opposite end.

Tie the yarn pompom to the centre of the folded cover. Secure the cover with a string along with the yarn pompom. Now it’s time for my favorite part 🙂  Pull the layers of the cover one by one carefully, starting from the inner layer. Repeat the same procedure until you are left with no layers.

Now roll the gum tape around the string to create the stalk of the flower. Well, it’s almost ready. Let’s have some fun by giving our pretty flower a coarse haircut (LOL! Flower cut) 😉




Feel free to name the flower as you please.

For buds, skip making yarn pompom.


You can make a bouquet out of these flowers by adding paper leaves 🙂

Here’s a glimpse of the one I made for church on the occasion of Easter 🙂



Giant Flower ;)

Here’s an easy-peasy tutorial on how to make a Giant Flower.

Recently, on the occasion of the Anniversary of my Church, I made a tiny contribution by offering Giant flowers for the decoration of the Church.


These are easy to create and are almost similar to my Plastic ~ Fantastic tutorial.

Let’s get started! 🙂

Supplies Needed:

  • 2 Huge polythene covers
  • String
  • Scissors
  • Yarn


To start with, make rough yarn pompoms for the centre (filament) of the flower.

For the petals, cut the edges of the polythene covers and cut into four equal rectangles. Slit open the ends of the covers and fold the the covers inside out until you reach the opposite end.


Cut the edges of the covers to form smooth round ends. Attach a string and filament (prepared earlier) to the covers firmly. Now gently pull and separate each layer.





Do try it and share your experience 🙂