Tag Archive 'handmade crafts'

You are currently browsing the archives of Treasure Jar .

Handmade Notepad Materials

It has been almost a month ago since I blogged about the handmade notepad I made.

When I was too excited to make these, I used small tools to make the notepads. Good thing we have these because from time to time, or when inspiration strikes, I do some crafts. The following were the things I used to make these:

    Materials for a Handmade Notepad

  • cutter for the colored papers
  • scissors to trim the sides of the cut papers
  • glue
  • stickers and scrap-booking embellishments
  • one hole puncher for the ring
  • one-inch and half an inch rings, depending on how many papers to be used Continue Reading »

Posted by Treasure Jar on Feb 19th 2011 | Filed in From the Admin's Desk,FYI,Purse Strings,Through the Lens,Visual Delights | Comments (4)

Homemade Tree Decorations


Last year’s tree was adorned with handmade decorations like little paper trees, photos and yes, paper stockings. Below is one of the many photos we have put up the tree:

homemade Christmas tree decoration

These handmade decorations were tied with a silver cord.

Have a great weekend and I hope we don’t get tied down with a lot of stress and negative things 🙂

Posted by Treasure Jar on Oct 24th 2009 | Filed in Arts and Crafts,For Little Hands,Through the Lens,Visual Delights | Comments (9)

Fab Holiday Finds: White Japanese Paper

As I have already planned to make personalized Christmas gift tags, I have also visualized what kind of wrapper I would use.

Yes, its WHITE.

White goes well with any color, doesn’t it? And this incidentally, is the theme for FilipinoMomBlog‘s Week 2 of the Fab Holiday Finds Meme.

Well white should go with any colors, especially the gift tags I made, so here are the inexpensive “Japanese papers” I bought to wrap my gifts in:

Click here to view the photo a bit up close and see the expenses.

Posted by Treasure Jar on Dec 9th 2008 | Filed in Arts and Crafts,FYI,Purse Strings,Tagged, You're It!,Through the Lens | Comments (8)