This is one of the cutest baby outfits we’ve ever seen!

We can’t stop staring at this adorable baby outfit! Isn’t it super cute? It was made by our very talented customer, Ms. Lidwine (you can find these images on her Instagram page, with the handle: @lidwine.tamburini ) using a lovely double-gauze fabric by Cosmo, which she purchased from us. It’s a darling little onesie that is great for summer. It can even be worn over a top and trousers when the weather cools down too. What a practical and stylish little outfit!

If you’re now feeling inspired to create something for little ones, we have some suggestions in this post for double-gauze fabrics you can use. Please do send us photos of your creations, we love seeing the amazing items you make!

What a sweet little onesie!

What a sweet little onesie!

It's adorable and practical!

It’s adorable and practical!

navy blue denim style double gauze fabric white whale animal from Japan

navy blue denim style double gauze fabric white whale animal from Japan

Kokka double gauze white organic green dot nani iro fabric

Kokka double gauze white organic green dot nani iro fabric

white double gauze fabric panda animal from Japan

white double gauze fabric panda animal from Japan

light blue double gauze fabric dinosaur animal from Japan

light blue double gauze fabric dinosaur animal from Japan

light blue double gauze fabric car transport vehicle from Japan

light blue double gauze fabric car transport vehicle from Japan

light blue double gauze fabric bear animal from Japan

light blue double gauze fabric bear animal from Japan

off-white Kokka double gauze unicorn animal castle heart fabric from Japan

off-white Kokka double gauze unicorn animal castle heart fabric from Japan

pink with light cream dot bird animal birch Double Gauze organic fabric USA

pink with light cream dot bird animal birch Double Gauze organic fabric USA

red Kokka double gauze bear elephant lion animal fabric from Japan

red Kokka double gauze bear elephant lion animal fabric from Japan

cream double gauze bicycle transport vehicle fabric from Japan

cream double gauze bicycle transport vehicle fabric from Japan

beige Kokka double gauze elephant animal rainbow fabric from Japan

beige Kokka double gauze elephant animal rainbow fabric from Japan

colorful double gauze fabric cute unicorn glitter embellishment from Japan

colorful double gauze fabric cute unicorn glitter embellishment from Japan

light cream with children small flower birch Double Gauze organic fabric USA

light cream with children small flower birch Double Gauze organic fabric USA

Hobby Show 2018 (Part 4)

To round off our posts on the Hobby Show that took place in Tokyo this year, we wanted to share pictures of amazing mini clay sculptures featured at the event. Japanese clay is incredibly popular amongst arts and crafts enthusiasts due to its high quality and variety. This year, exhibitors pulled out all the stops by showcasing intricate clay sculptures and holding live demonstrations. Attendees also participated and were able to work with clay at different booths. On display were sculptures of food, animals, and flowers. Check out the photos here!

You can use clay to make memo stands!

You can use clay to make memo stands!

Lots of clay memo stands

Lots of clay memo stands

A gorgeous clay display

A gorgeous clay display

This looks so real!

This looks so real!

Wow! How detailed!

Wow! How detailed!

Everything looks scrumptious

Everything looks scrumptious

Participants were able to give clay a try

Participants were able to give clay a try

Live demonstrations

Live demonstrations

More colorful displays

More colorful displays

Attendees had a lot of fun!

Attendees had a lot of fun!

Which memo stand do you like best?

Which memo stand do you like best?

These clay bunnies are enjoying their clay food!

These clay bunnies are enjoying their clay food!

Kawaii!!

Kawaii!!

This looks so realistic!

This looks so realistic!

How beautiful!

How beautiful!

Clay flowers

Clay flowers

These clay flowers are so intricate!

These clay flowers are so intricate!

Learning how to make clay pandas

Learning how to make clay pandas

Clay food!

Clay food!

Lots of molds

Lots of molds

These molds help you make all sorts of clay shapes!

These molds help you make all sorts of clay shapes!

Look at all the clay food items!

Look at all the clay food items!

Hobby Show 2018 (Part 3)

Continuing with our posts regarding the Hobby Show held in Tokyo this year, Sandra and Alan took more photos of the amazing items on display, including stunning Japanese fabrics and clothes! There were lots of gorgeous pre-cut fabrics, and plenty of displays showing off what can be made with these fabrics. To inspire attendees, booth organizers had created all sorts of items from different designs and these included dresses, tops, bags, toys and pouches. There were also lots of lovely sewing notions available, which people often use to decorate projects. Check out some of the images right here!

Look at the variety of fabrics!

Look at the variety of fabrics!

Check out the little doll clothes

Check out the little doll clothes

Beautiful tops on display

Beautiful tops on display

Check out these fabric pieces!

Check out these fabric pieces!

More fabric pieces

More fabric pieces

Notions for decorating with

Notions for decorating with

Look at these fabric pieces too!

Look at these fabric pieces too!

Super cute bags

Super cute bags

Adorable pouches

Adorable pouches

Oodles of fabrics!

Oodles of fabrics!

What a display!

What a display!

Lovely notions

Lovely notions

Super cute buttons

Super cute buttons

Lots more fabric pieces on display here

Lots more fabric pieces on display here

Curious attendees take a look at fabrics

Curious attendees take a look at fabrics

Do you like the fabrics here?

Do you like the fabrics here?

Beautiful!

Beautiful!

These are pouches!

These are pouches!

Nice variety!

Nice variety!

Wow!

Wow!

What a cute dress!

What a cute dress!

More adorable dresses!

More adorable dresses!

How pretty!

How pretty!

Hobby Show 2018 (Part 2)

Continuing with the Hobby Show in Tokyo, Sandra and Alan took lots of photos of the arts and crafts item: UV resin. This item is extremely popular amongst individuals who enjoy creating charms, costume jewellery etc. At the exhibition, an LED UV lamp was also on display, to show how it can be used to help quickly dry resin after it’s been placed in a mold. Given the lamp’s clever design, it can also be placed on its side to help dry resin in other directions. Live demonstrations were held to show how useful this lamp is for DIY enthusiasts. UV resin comes in several colors, as you can see in the images, meaning DIY enthusiasts can create all sorts of little items in a wide variety of colors!

Lots of super cute charms in the shapes of horses, birds etc., and jewellery were on display, and all of these were made from resin! Don’t they look amazing?

Horse charms made from resin

Horse charms made from resin

Little pieces of jewellery, also made of resin

Little pieces of jewellery, also made of resin

Check out these little decorative items!

Check out these little decorative items!

The LED UV lamp in action

The LED UV lamp in action

Resin and the lamp

Resin and the lamp

Resin tow ork with

Resin to work with

Resin comes in many colors

Resin comes in many colors

What a cute display!

What a cute display!

A live demonstration showing people how to use resin

A live demonstration showing people how to use resin

Curious attendees!

Curious attendees!

What a display!

What a display!

Look at all that jewellery!

Look at all that jewellery!

Check out the demo!

Check out the demo!

This looks fun!

This looks fun!

Getting the lamp ready

Getting the lamp ready

Wow!

Wow!

People enjoyed the demo a lot!

People enjoyed the demo a lot!

Hobby Show 2018 (Part 1)

This year, Japan’s Hobby Show took place in Tokyo and modeS4u’s Managing Director, and IT Manager, Sandra and Alan respectively, attended the event. Thousands of other visitors also flocked to the show, which featured tons of awesome arts and crafts items, to check out what was on display.

One trendy item that really caught the eyes of attendees who love DIY sets, was that of artificial flowers in jars of oil. Booths had been set up to display these gorgeous decorative pieces, as well as offer attendees the chance to create their own by allowing them to select flowers and different shaped jars.

Also on display were incredibly intricate toy animals made from wool! Placed together, an artist created little scenes featuring these toy animals and as you can see from the images, they look adorable and amazing! What do you think of these items so far?

Flowers in jars of oil

Flowers in jars of oil

Which one do you like best?

Which one do you like best?

These look stunning!

These look stunning!

Attendees could choose flowers to put into jars

Attendees could choose flowers to put into jars

These tiny animals are made of wool!

These tiny animals are made of wool!

How detailed!

How detailed!

Another beautiful scene with wool animals

Another beautiful scene with wool animals

A different angle

A different angle

It's a festival with wool animals!

It’s a festival with wool animals!

More stunning flower displays

More stunning flower displays

These are so colorful and pretty

These are so colorful and pretty

They're great to decorate your home with!

They’re great to decorate your home with!

Tokyo Trip: Creativity on Display

When wrapping up their trip to Tokyo, modeS4u’s Managing Director and IT Manager, Sandra and Alan, came across the works of some very talented designers who work with DIY products.  The first artist, Kuroda Tsubasa, uses pom poms to create realistic looking cats and dogs! The second artist is Nakayama Midori, who uses felt to also create very realistic furry friends. Check out some fun images of their work here!

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Kuroda Tsubasa

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori

Image from Nakayama Midori