Entries by Irene Newman

How to Join a GTA5 Club – Esports Tutorial

It’s my way or the highway, buster! The popular American idiom is well suited for the topic here. Today we’ll discuss the whole bunch of new additions that have been made to GTA5, last week we chatted about an article on how to surf in CSGO. The most obvious among all of them is the […]

Everything you need to know about Blockchain technology

The technology is in the realm of ultimate progress. The impossible attainments are now very lucid to nail. Everyone in this current world is the disciple of technology and the Internet. The Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and advanced learning is the kingmakers, and these are the most demanded technological niches. One such boom that hit […]

Upcycled Baby Food Jars with Painted Animal Lids

Last month I decided to take advantage Michigan’s relatively warm-ish weather and spent some time outside working on projects that needed spray paint. Ever since I saw these Upcycled Baby Food Jars with Painted Animal Lids floating around on Pinterest, I wanted to give it a try. I couldn’t find a tutorial, but how hard […]

Another Batch o’ Zippered Pouches

I was in the studio all weekend finishing up a couple batches of zippered pouches in preparation for Maker Faire Detroit. I can’t believe it’s in less than two weeks! I’m really honored to be able to participate as a vendor Maker this year! Anywho…in all my giddiness, I made a little video so you […]

Upcycling Initiation Challenge

I have some really fun news and some really exciting news. You want to hear the exciting news first, huh? Here goes… Shortly after my move from Michigan to Florida, I was offered a partnership with Tampa Upcycle, a sister company to The Upcycle Exchange in St. Louis, MO. And I accepted! The official announcement […]

DIY Felt Christmas Tree for Kids

After putting up a table top sized tree for Milo last year, I stumbled across a bazillion pins for these nifty felt diy Felt Christmas Trees to hang on the wall for kids. Have you made one? Isn’t it such a a better idea than a real tree that tips every time they move the […]

Guess What! Interview with Cellar Door Soap Co.

“As anyone living in a zombie-filled, post-apocalyptic world can tell you, the only way to survive an oncoming horde of the undead is to mask your human scent…” Last month I purchased some Zombie Repellent soap {you know, just to be safe} from my favorite Michigan soap crafter Cellar Door Soap Co. I first noticed…er, […]