I use to really want to get in to screen printing but there's just so many steps and lots of things to buy to get started. But a few years ago I heard about freezer paper and how to use it to make stencils for t-shirts. Back then I had to use an Exacto knife to cut out my designs. It's so much easier now being able to do it with my Cricut. And it is really easy, I promise. Here's what you need: 1. Freezer Paper – I bought mine at the grocery store in the storage bag/foil isle but y...
Bullet journaling is a great system to boost productivity and organization and make sure that you accomplish your goals this year! Check out my top 5 videos on how you can get started on bullet journalling and some of my favourite designs to try!
Cat Shelves "In small quarters especially, cats ought to be able to exercise their genetic proclivity for vertical living and enjoy expanded inhabitable space. For those of us with highly attenuated nesting instincts, the challenge is how to combine function and aesthetic."
Prior to SketchUp, I just made designs with pencil and paper and a couple of general computer applications that were not intended for furniture design. I felt constrained, and the limitations of the tools were negatively affecting my designs. I wanted to gain the efficiency of a “real design tool” that would allow me to work in three dimensions with a tool set that was purpose-built for detailed illustrations, so I finally made a commitment to learn SketchUp.