DIY Bird Feeder

Hi! (:

Here the winter and the snow has fallen in some areas, so we have a duty to provide for the hungry birds.
I made a cute bird feeder which is easy and cheap, but special. (:
So I recommend it to everyone! I hope you like it!

What you need:

  • Drawing board or other board
  • Glue gun
  • Corks
  • Scalpel
  • Chain
  • Possibly drill 

 If you are working drawing board, then you can take out the four corners of the metal stuff (which responsible for recording the drawing paper). However, when working with other boards you have to drill out the four corners.

You can work carcases or half (vertically cut) corks. You can start to glue together the corks. The top row contain just wedges (that well keep the roof).

 And in front of the house affix some half (horizantally cut) corks. (that the seeds don't fall down)

 Finally, to fix the chain on wooden board.

What do you think? 
Do you like it? 


Santa Nails


I made Santa cap nails for Christmas. *.*
It's so easy, fast and cute. (:
I hope you like it! (:


DIY Advent Wreath (with cork deer)

Hi! (:

I made a reinterpreted Advent wreath, it's not too wreath-shaped. (:
I hope you will like itt!

Advent wreath:

What you need:
  • Four candles
  • Wood sheet
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Christmas pot-pourri
  • Four candle drifts
  • Artificial pine branch
  • Red cardboard

1. Cut the cardboard to size and glue it to the wood sheet.
2. Press into a wood sheet the candle drifts.
3. Put to the branch and sprinkle the pot-pourri onto the wood sheet.
4. Finally we put up the candles.

Cork Deer:

What you need (to one piece):

  • 3 corks
  • Ribbon
  • Red and brown chenille wire
  • Scalpel
  • 2 black pearls
  • Hot glue gun

1. Cut the corks to size: One of them is cut in half horizontally and the two resulting pieces in half again, but now vertically (these are the legs). The other one cut one-third of horizantally. Then cut it smaller pieces in half horizontally again (will be one half of the neck, the other half to form the two ears). The larger pieces will be the head. The cork is left in the whole will be the body.

2. Glue the pieces together.
3. The brown chenille wire into setting up the two horns and a tail and then glue to the corks.
4. The red chenille wire into setting up the nose and glue to the cork (head).
5. The black pearls (eyes) to glue the cork (head).

6. Let us make a ribbon bow and glue to the cork (neck).

What do you think?


DIY Chocolate Spoons Advent Calendar

Hi! (:

Christmas is coming! *.*
I want to show you that I did what Advent calendar this year.
So I hope you like it!

What you need:

  • 24 pieces of plastic spoons
  • White and milk chocolate
  • Various decorative sugars
  • Cellophane
  • Ribbon
1. We put out the spoons on a tray.
2. Melt the chocolate over steam (if necessary adding oil).
3. Effuse the chocolate to the spoons.

4. You can customize various decorating.

5. If the chocolate frozen then individually wrapped in cellophane with a ribbon.

What do you think?