Today is a felt craft , from a the title you can see it’s a Card Holder in the form of a bear?
Anyways, its fairly simple and you can customize it to any shape, animal – whatever you want ^^
So here we go !
- Orange felt
- White felt
- Brown felt
- Orange thread
- Brown Thread
- Red thread
- Ribbon (optional)
- Ball chain (optional)
Template: The main rectangle is basically the size of a normal card (e.g. Library Card) + 0.5 cm around all the edges (9 cm x 6.5 cm). Everything else is up to whatever shape or design you want.
2 x Main Rectangle
2 x Main Rectagle + centre cut out ( the size of this depends on you)
4 x Ears
2 x Ear details (the brown bit)
2 x Eyes
1 x Snout
1 x nose
- On each ear sew the brown part onto the middle of it
- Then take the other piece of the ear and sew together using blanket stitch
- Then on one rectangle, arrange how you want the face to be
- Sew the face details on + blush marks. I drew it on at the end because I forgot..
- Then on the main rectangle with the cut out, take both pieces and sew the inside part together
- Take the main rectangle and the face rectangle and sew one edge + Ear
- Take the two rectangles with the cut out, and sew one edge as well
- These edges will be the opening of where the card will be placed
- Place the main rectangle and the one with the cut out together
- Start sewing them together, avoiding the edges you just sewed ( so you will be sewing 4 layers of felt, and only three sides because you don’t need to sew the edges from before)
- Place the other ear as you move along
- Once you get to the corner or top of the card holder, you can place your ribbon and sew it in place
- And it’s completed !
- Here it is with my bus card ( I stuck a Rilakkuma card sticker on it)
- Here is what I mean with the edges.
- They become the opening of where you place your card and the other end is sealed
Here it is attached to my phone
You can see it’s about 0.5cm larger on all sides of the card
And there you go !
It’s fairly simple once you get all the cutting of the felt out of the way ^^
I might even have some pre-cut out pieces of different designs on sale in my etsy…
Hope you liked this post !
Thanks for viewing !
Hello Hello !
Today’s tutorial, will be on the POTATO CHIPS :D
Now, this is actually a REALLY simple tutorial, I hope most of you know how to make them ^^. If you don’t then this will hopefully be super helpful for you.
Shall we get started ?
- Translucent clay ( I finally bought it !!)
- Yellow clay (Light yellow, mix it with the white)
- White clay
- A littttle bit of tan or gold
- Pastel – Brown/ Tan
- Mix the white, yellow and translucent together.
- If it’s not dark enough, add a darker colour into it. My cernit gold clay was a nice shade, so I added a little bit of that into it.
- Take small blobs and flatten them onto the surface you are working on. You can use a bit of cornstarch to prevent it from sticking to your fingers. (Try to make them an oval shape)
- Another method is to just flatten it between your finger and thumb. When you peel it off, it will naturally have that ‘curled’ potato chip shape.
- Scrape it off, and then give it a bit of a curl.
- Repeat these steps until you have a satisfactory amount.
- You could even cut them into French fry shapes ! They look like the raw ones that haven’t been deep fried ahaha !
- Then shade with pastel ,, I used brown, and you can’t really see it but, I dusted it on the edges.
The kind of potato chips I’m making are “Salt and Vinegar”. Let’s make the salt !
- Take a random piece of translucent clay and bake it. You should put this piece in when you bake the potato chips.
- Then, start cutting little pieces off….
- Cut them very very very finely !
- Sprinkle over your chips ! ^^ They look a little too salty here…
And you’re done !
Super simple right ? For packaging, you could make your own foil packet, clay bowl or even a mini pringle tube !
I didn’t have time to do that, so I used a small metal bowl. I only have 6 left now TT____TT I need to find a place where I can buy bowls and stuff for my clay..
- Here it is in the bowl ! I made it alllll stick together by using a little bit of deco gel.
- I also over baked it, so the “salt” got burnt TT____TT Oh well…. it can be bacon pieces now..
I really hoped you enjoyed this !
If you do have any requests or questions, just leave it in the comments ^^
Thanks for reading !
Hellloo my reader ^^
Today will be a packaging post. As you know from the previous tutorial, I made a Cheesecake for my friend in Korea ^^
I had to package it somehow, and so I made it out of paper. This type of packaging will be great for breads, and long cakes of the sort, enjoy !!
So here we go !
- Your clay creation
- Measure out your creation’s dimensions, and that will be the base shape of the packaging. Mine was about 3cm x 1.5 cm. (Blue outline is the base shape)
- I didn’t want to add to much height to the packaging , so I think the edge was 0.5 cm ? (From the blue to pink outline )
- Remember the tabs that will be used for constructing !
- Cut out + Crease
- I wanted the edges to have a slight slope so I changed the shape a little bit.
- Make the base stronger with some cardboard
- Glue into the box
Sorry my explanations weren’t that great ><
If you do have any questions, just leave a comment ^^
My next tutorial will be the box that I used to package my Cappuccino Cake , so be waiting for that !
I haven’t made a tutorial for this cake, but if you do want it, just request it.
Thanks for reading !
Hello my readers :3
I know I said I was going to post once a week, but that seems a bit too long o.o I’m always thinking of new tutorials, and yeah..
Today’s one will be extremely simple.
- Pointed tool
- White clay ( and Translucent if you have some )
Now, for toast, it is best if you have translucent AND white. It gives the bread a less ‘solid’ feel ? If you know what I mean haha. I don’t have translucent atm because it ran out, still looking for cheap suppliers TT ____ TT
- Roll out the white clay, and make it into a square shape.
- Using the pointed tool, just make a little indent on the two sides.
- Take the toothbrush and lightly texture the clay. It depends on how much texture you want your toast to be,, I made mine pretty textured..
- Using a mixture of brown and orange pastel, shade the edges (crust). I find this technique more realistic than using brown clay for the crust. Also, remember to shade the ‘faces’ of the toast. Again, it depends on how burnt you want your toast to be.
Aaaand there we go C: It should look something like this. ^^^
I hope that looks realistic enough, I gave it a lot of texture ohoho ,,
So yeah, I hope you enjoyed this super simple tutorial.
As always, requests and questions are welcome, so if you have any, leave below :