Soon it is Christmas again and I am in the holiday mood already!!! It is the 7th Christmas since I created Craft Passion; to share out craft tutorials & patterns
Remember the utterly talented Jenny who has shared quite a few origami video tutorials here in Craft Passion, especially the 3D Bird Origami? Today, Jenny is back again with her
It is the end of November, hope you have had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and families. End of November is also the time to countdown for the Christmas (hurray!!!).
Besides the easy Styrofoam Christmas Tree Ornaments, I posted a few days ago, I have got another quick and easy Christmas tree that kids can do as well: Pom-Pom Christmas
When the year is ending, I really get into the mood to DIY some Christmas projects and Christmas tree ornament to decorate my house and Christmas Tree. Though my current
This Crochet Christmas Tree ornament is one of the embellishment pieces I used to decorate my kid’s Christmas Ornament Stocking. This Christmas Tree is crochet by using 2-strand of lace
Christmas Tree Amigurumi for your Christmas Tree decor. Crochet it with the following free crochet pattern. The closer it gets to Christmas the tenser I get… Just wish that I
Congratulation to the 3 winners who’ve won the Green, Red, and White trees during the Kanzashi Christmas Tree Giveaway Draw recently!!! For those who didn’t win or have missed the
Update: this giveaway is closed, but you can get the tutorial on how to make it, here. November’s giveaway lucky draw is here! The prize…. One-of-a-kind Christmas Tree. I have
Adapted from the cone tree crochet pattern to make this beautiful winter pine trees. The overall required time to make this pine tree takes only about an hour, so it is a rather quick and simple craft to make! The materials you need are green, white, red, and brown color acrylic yarns, Polyester fiberfill as well as...
These cone-shaped trees require only very minimal materials, and are super easy to make! Meaning, they’re perfect to make in bulk without taking up too much of your time. The more you make, the easier it is to fill up your home with a merry atmosphere.
Christmas is a season of gifting and a season of love. Feel free to sew this face mask as a Christmas gift for friends & family. Also, since there is still a lack of face masks to keep people protected in certain places, you can donate your handmade masks as a gesture of goodwill for your local community & hospitals.
When I sewed the Quilted Snowman Pillow covers, I wanted to make 3 of them a little different, so, I added some pine tree quilt blocks at the side panels
*********************** [Update 03 October 2012:] The lucky winner is: Henriette. I have sent an email to you, please reply within 3 days. If you didn’t get my email, please write
Well well well… I know I have not been updating my blog for more than a week. I was away with my family to our neighboring country, Singapore, for 5
December is here!!! Christmas is just 25 days away, don’t get panic! If you haven’t had time or being thrifty to go for Christmas Tree ornament shopping, maybe this is
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!! May 2010 bring luck, joy, and health to you and your loved ones!!!! I am writing this on the day of Christmas Eve….
This year, I am making my own Christmas wreath. Not only 1 but I made 2 identical wreaths, one for myself and another one for my friend. I don’t usually
Get the free pattern below and learn how to sew this Santa Face Mask for your loved ones! Gift them a fashionable Santa face mask they can use to protect themselves with, yet remain comfortable at the same time.
It is December, it is time to counting down for Christmas, 19 days to go!!! The closer it gets, the more excited I will be!!! I have so many things