Origami cranes in rainbow colours, in a shadow box frame.
Category: Decorative Origami
A crafty Christmas 2020 – stuck in a city flat
Handmade ornaments for a Christmas tree
Origami butterflies box frame
Shadowbox frame with origami butterflies and pinwheels.
When people think of Christmas, a wreath is one of the first things you would associate to it. I thought it would be a great idea to make a wreath in time for Christmas. Well, I seriously overestimated the amount of time that I would have to spare and did not even achieve close to …
Yet another Valentine’s day
I got back from home just yesterday. For this year, I only made a simple card. It's a small square card with a colourful dotted pattern and an origami heart on the front. I like putting ribbon bows on my cards a lot, it's a little habit of mine, haha. I need to get yet …
Mini shelf of origami-filled jars
When I was in Cambridge, I came across a small fabric and haberdashery store called CallyCo. I wonder if many people knew about it? Since further along the street and in the more populated area is a Cath Kidston store, a very well-known store for cute items and sewing materials. I liked visiting both stores …
Jar of 500 cranes
I find it somewhat therapeutic to fold origami cranes. It also gives you something to do when you have nothing else to do, or you're stuck and deliberating over a problem like I am. If you cut your own paper like me however, it will take you a lot longer. I'd say on and off …
Origami corner bookmarks
When in a creative drought, I do a personal project called 'Week of...' where I take a simple craft and spend a week experimenting with said craft. It usually consists of making something new every day. You don't have to do a drastically different thing every day either, you could improve on something if you …
Summary of year 2012
Sorry guys, very long post incoming! But I couldn't think of any way to shorten it without missing important info. Worth the read, I promise! Anyway, I might have only had a WordPress blog for a few days, but I'm been making stuff for over a year now. To further my introduction and to show …
Who am I?
The very first Atelier Ilyere blog post.
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