Sunday, 19 August 2012


Have you ever come across a Nigerian DIY blog? Well I don’t think so cos I searched and searched and couldn’t find any – one of my favourite things to do is DIY/Sewing/Crafting/Designing as well finding new interesting blogs. And ever since I ‘ve been ‘hooked’ on blogs like www.amatterofstyle.blogspot.com, www.abeautifulmess.typepad.com, www.ispydiy.com, www.psimadethis.com and so many others, I secretly prayed that one day I’ll find a guilty pleasure in a diy blog from a Nigerian point of view where different fabrics (including ankara) would be used to create beautiful clothes and accessories.

















So the idea about this blog came to me circa 2009. I basically just jotted down basic diy ideas and what I wanted my blog to be but thanks to procrastination, bad time slots etcetera I haven’t been able to get it up and running until now. *grin*
Seeing that this is my first post, I’ll keep it short, but do stay tuned for lots of goodies and interesting stuff in store as I’ll be posting pictures, tutorials, guides, links, tips, designing /shopping/sewing adventures/processes on this blog.

12 comments:

Myne Whitman said...

welcome to blogger, you're right DIY blogs are not much in Nigeria. Looking forward to your posts.

Onnari said...

awww! thanks alot! i love ur writing

Anonymous said...

Lovely pieces dear

Onnari Kanayo said...

awwww! thanks

imabonge said...

Hi, I also noticed the lack of Nigerian DIY blogs. You are an inspiration.

Onnari Osemene said...

thanx so much and also for stopping by!

Anonymous said...

Nice posts.especially the DIY bib neckpieces. Tried doing one myself. Lol. Keep it up. Am lucy,would love to own a blog someday *grins*.

Onnari Osemene said...

Thx for visiting lucy, glad u tried it out :-)

Uche Eronini said...

You have a lovely blog...I wish I was as consistent with my crafty blog!

Onnari Osemene said...

thank u so much uche, that means alot as I dont consider myself 'consistent!' :-)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the blog, you are indeed very inspiring and I look forward for updates

Christina Adegbaju said...

On My blog www.typearls.com.ng , I try to share various diys posts on bag making, ankara crafts, beads and food recipes.