Hello my lovely readers. Many days have passed without using my favorite Popsicle sticks and i felt a nostalgia. So i tried to fix something. I needed a frame for my office, so I came to fix a Popsicle stick photo frame. Hmm not bad, don’t you think? For this craft you will need Popsicle… Continue reading Popsicle stick photo frame
Good morning my lovely readers 🙂 How are you doing; Brr … Very cold temperatures and snow these days, throughout Greece and in the city center also!!! I say an opportunity for snowball fight, hot chocolate and for easy constructions. So if you think of the cold weather and want to stay at home, but… Continue reading Perler beads Collection
Hello my lovely readers. Summer, at last. Time for swimming, walking and relaxing. Apart from these activities, there is also time for reading. Reading? Yes you read well … Many among them and I, choose to spend a few hours reading books (especially at noon after eating and with the companionship of cicadas) mainly novels… Continue reading Popsicle stick dolls
A lantern to keep the flame of your candle “alive”, to illuminate your room and your dreams …. For this craft you will need Popsicle sticks, glue and wax paper. The instructions for building your Popsicle stick candle holder are on the video below. Just to add some details that are not mentioned in the… Continue reading Popsicle stick candle holder
Are you a puzzle lover? Yesterday evening I was home alone and had nothing to do. I was not in the mood to try a DIY project, so I started looking for something on the Internet to spend my time pleasantly. Fortunately I found a page with puzzles. Images with castles and towers, birds and… Continue reading For puzzle lovers
Inspired by The Thread of Ariadne and the Labyrinth of Minotaur
As it is known from the Greek mythology, Ariadne, daughter of King Minos, gave a ball of thread (known now as the thread of Ariadne ) to Theseus which helped him find the way out of the Labyrinth, after his victory over the Minotaur. The Labyrinth at Knossos designed and built by Daedalus for King Minos and its role was to hold the Minotaur.
After this sort story, I decided to design my labyrinth and here it is…
To design this maze and many more, the only thing that you have to do is click here The Teachers Corner and try all the available combinations. The program provides levels from easy (for beginners and young children) to difficult (for experts and adults).
Hope you and your friends enjoy it.