Wednesday, April 9, 2014

DIY: A Diorama

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Thanks for your encouraging at my previous post you guys!

As promised, a DIY that I’ve announced earlier here!
It’s actually really a kiddish DIY with paper and paste and it all started with this plastic case, which used to wrap up headphones.

Why companies use this kind of hard plastic to wrap up their products, I don’t know. Extra protection? Maybe. But it’s also a waste and not nature friendly.

And for me being anti-waste and a hoarder in one (ha), I decided to pretty up this plastic case into a summer inspired motivation.
Because I'm longing for the summer.

Be creative! Turn something useless into useful! 

NL

Bedankt voor jullie oppeppers op mijn vorige post hoor c:

Zoals beloofd een DIY die ik in de eerdere post hebt laten zien aan jullie. En het is eerder een fröbel werk met papier en plakstift op dit stuk hard plastic, wat eigenlijk als verpakkingsmateriaal diende voor mijn oordopjes.

Waarom bedrijven zulke hard plastic gebruiken voor hun producten, I don’t know. Ter bescherming? Waarschijnlijk. Het had voor mij ook in een kartonnen doosje gemogen, want dit is zeker niet milieuvriendelijk.

En ik als voorstander van een groenere wereld (want een betere wereld begint bij jezelf..), besloot om dit stuk plastic om te bouwen in een blije zomerse motivatie!

Wees creatief c: 






Cut cut cut...


 It's hanging in the bedroom at my window c; 


35 comments :

  1. Uuh, what a sweet idea that is! This would work great as a card!!

    Best,
    -Kati

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    1. Totally agreed! I would be very happy to get a card like this!

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  2. Too cute. I want this too.

    http://www.fuckhighclass.blogspot.com

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  3. Great DIY... I will try this out during my summer break!!

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  4. I love it! Very nice idea for something you'd otherwise throw away!

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  5. Heel schattig en ziet er niet al te moeilijk uit! Leuke diy :)

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  6. Oh my gosh this is so darn cute! What a creative idea, and a great way to recycle ;) xo

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  7. ooh this is so cute! It'd be great decoration around the house, i'm sure! You're so creative! :]

    xo Deborah
    Coffee, Prose, and Pretty Clothes

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  8. I love the detail and all the layers! The final product and the gifs are so cute. great job! :)

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  9. I remember making those huge cardboard dioramas for class in elementary school. This is the cutest! I'm a new follower, so I haven't seen your DIY posts before, but I'm in love with your photography, your GIFs are flawless, and I can't wait for more! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  10. Wat ongelovelijk leuk!! Super dat je dat plastic doosje zo hebt omgetoverd in iets positiefs
    en moois :)

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  11. This is such a cute idea !
    Sara,
    http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr/

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  12. Dit is zo leuk en schattig! <3 I love it!!

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  13. This is the cutest DIY!!! I love dioramas! It is something about being able to construct a 3d world with layers that I find fascinating, I guess it also reminds me about the beginnings of cinema and sets. I find even cuter that you have recycled a useless phone case. Girl you certainly have cutting skills! all those waves and the palm tree! :) I must have the most horrible scissors ever because I usually end with my fingers dumb :P

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  14. Oh my goodness. You are majorly creative. How did you even come up with this? So so so awesome. I love how it's 3D and you decorate your room with it.

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  15. So very creative. Love the video tutorials too btw. Makes you site seem dynamic and interactive :D

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  16. wow! so creative! and i bet it took a bit of patience as well - tracing and cutting and gluing! mad props to you. i too am longing for summer (although spring just started). it's my favorite season :)

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  17. Girl!!! I am soo happy i found your blog! you are so clever and inspirational! Everytime I read one of your posts and see your designs, I leave your blog feeling more inspired than the last ;D You're talented

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  18. What a great little bit of repurposing! If you ever made a whole cityscape like this I would probably die from cuteness overload :)

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  19. SO cute, you're so good at this. I hoard all my boxes like that but I never do anything with them like you!

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  20. Whoa, dit ziet er zo schattig en cool uit! En wat een goed idee om zo je dingetjes te recyclen!

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  21. wow love ur diy! ur so creative!!!

    www.yoannita90.blogspot.com

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  22. such a nice idea! very creative!

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  23. This is so cute and you are amazing! I can totally see this (if it was a tad bigger) as a Kate Spade clutch.

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  24. This is an adorable creation and I love the accompanying animations. <3 I'm very happy to have just stumbled across your gorgeous blog and will be following from now on. xoxo

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  25. Wauw! Wat een fijn idee! Dit ziet er zo lieflijk uit! :)

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  26. oh wow that is really cool idea for a DIY, it would make a great card!!

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  27. Oh, how adorable! This came out really great! I've always liked making dioramas in school.
    /Madison

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  28. I can't even express how much I love what you've done with this otherwise useless plastic case, it's so creative and unique! Would love to see more of this on your blog! :)

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  29. This is such an adorable idea! I love the way they turned out - so creative :)

    Hmm maybe...

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