Wednesday, 14 August 2013

hackaday post :D

Yesterday, I opened blogger's dashboard and saw "little bit" more visits than usual. First of all, I couldn't believe it. Then remembered that this could be definitely because of the page hackaday. I was right. This page actually write 2 sentences about mine bag. The biggest thing is that I was surprised, because I definitely didn't think they will write anything about it, mostly because it belongs into fashion tags, and there is a lot of electronics, so that bag didn't exactly fit in. Also I'm so happy because they brake the limits :P.

Here is this article: HACKADAY.COM

P.S. It was the 2. article about one of mine bag. First one was THIS.

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Inspired by Coco Chanel

Little story:

Everything started few weeks ago when I decided that I need a new bag (I already have about or more than 15 bags, but that little one black is not in there). Back then mine first tasks were to make simple black bag, with a lot of pockets inside (as you already know I don't like to have a chaos inside). As there wasn't clear picture of that bag, I didn't want to start sewing. 2 days ago friend from work  gave me about 1000 computer chips (brand new, still in original package). Well, you know the end of the story :P. I really had to make something from it. So...I made this little bag (that can handle my kindle!).






The biggest details are computer chips (cherry m38037) that are donated by Byte Lab. Byte Lab is a company located in Zagreb, Croatia. Their main focus is on development and innovations in area of electronics and embedded systems. They are specialized for rapid development of custom hardware and software solutions. These include systems for entry control (authorization and authentication), home automation systems, drivers for electrical motors, sensor networks, battery management systems, LED controllers and many others.

Saturday, 20 July 2013

New blog

Hello!

A week ago I made a new blog, but not about fashion. It's about programming arm microcontrollers with complete tutorials and programs.

If you're interested, here is adress

Friday, 10 August 2012

xD

 Something new from geekefatal :).
last few days my desk has been looking like this:



So I decided to clean it a little, and make something new. P.S. I don't have much rings :P.

Since I just got new hot glue gun and I ofc had to try it. This is how my new little, fast project looks like:



Why xD?
Well I've been using it very often, and it became my "sign" so... Think it's enough :)
 Hope you like it!

Friday, 8 June 2012

Swarovski Chip(s)

Hello, again...
Here is one project made from old EEprom chips...





Wings rings



Few years ago...
Necklace broke. The point is, I really like that necklace, so (as you assume) I didn't want to throw it away. As I bought hundred rings I decided to twist that necklace into a ring.

This is how I did it:

1. Paint the free rings in any color you want to. I decided black.




2. After it's dry, glue your pendants on the rings (I used two-part epoxy adhesive for metal-but I think that normal two-part adhesive will work just fine).



3. After 1 day It's finally done!