The design for this frame came by accident. I was playing with popsicle sticks and suddenly realized I had created a wonderful frame. I then designed the stand to hold the frame. The frame can be used vertically or horizontally. Download the instructions from my downloads page here. Or watch the animation on my YouTube channel here.
Archive for October, 2009
Ever since Lee-Kuo was four years old he has been drawing mazes. His first big maze was drawn on a train going to Munich one Saturday morning. Since then he has drawn many fascinating designs with gates, transporters and keys. Now he designs mazes in 3D and has just completed a cube maze, check this blog in the near future for pictures. Below are examples drawn when he was 5-7 years old. Download them from the downloads page. Watch a computer animated solution here
By now you must have realized we have lots of Japanese crochet books, they have many wonderful cute animals and ideas. These hand dusters are one of those cute ideas that my wife liked and so she made quite a few different versions.
What a wonderful day we had. Just as the sun was rising we set out for the two and a half hour journey with a friend to Kaoshiung. The purpose was to visit summer camp students and collect Starbucks business cards. On our arrival we had a traditional chinese breakfast and walked around a park. We walked a long way, collecting Starbucks cards as we went. In the evening we visited a night market and ate stinky tofu. It was a fantastic day and we will definitely return to visit our friends in Kaoshiung.
This is a lovely paper craft to make with students for Mother’s Day. The original can be found on Robert Sabuda’s website, see link below. I find it more interesting when the children colour the flower on the backside of the paper, so I mirrored the original template. click here for Robert Sabuda’s wonderful Pop-ups
This is one of those beautiful works of art that my wife is so good at sewing. It is fully padded and lined inside which gives it that added quality feel. My son wanted to use it for school but his first one got stolen so now it stands on our cassette stand.
This is another popsicle lamp I made during the summer vacation. It’s actually the same kit as the boat lamp in an earlier post, but I simply made everything from scratch including the electrical cable and switch. I love this kind of craft it gives you a warm feeling and pleasure in using wood.click here to buy the kit in Taiwan