When I created the parrot for Vivian, I had some extra pieces and created something with them (instead of putting them back in the cramped box). I named this piece, Greenspan, because I like how it looks like it's expanding off the canvas. In this span of green is also looks like a flower, a… Continue reading Greenspan
This upcycling piece had someone's name on it - Vivian - because she was kind enough to store something important to me at her residence for two months. It quickly became tempting to have and it was taking up space, so it needed to go...fast. Due to Vivian's kindness, I hope she likes what I… Continue reading Parrot
How are you changing the world? It's 29th prompt of Bloganuary, which means we are almost done with this challenge! I change the world by being an educator, a mentor, and a maker. Educator As an educator, I change the world indirectly. I have the privilege to teach and mold my students for a short… Continue reading How are you Changing the World?
This post is dedicated to a fellow blogger, Deepika. Another origami post was on my mind during NanoPoblano, but I didn't have time to execute it. Enjoy! We're making an origami ninja star today. You may want to use scratch paper on your first try. You're not done, yet. When you reach Step 6 with… Continue reading Poke!
Upon hearing an acquaintance was injured from a fall and had to have surgery, I offered to make an upcycled art piece for her. I learned that she liked green and yellow and would prefer to have the art piece stand. With these conditions, I got to work. The scene I ended up making had… Continue reading Fairy Garden