Bring a little bit of Autumn magic inside and make these adorable little fabric and bead toadstool decorations. These fabric mushrooms are simple to make and you can even use up odd bits of fabric and beads. Read more
Grab your paints and make some fun abstract art that you can turn into something stylish and practical with this magnetic bookmark DIY. This pretty painted watercolour design also make a great planner marker!
I will admit to being a page folder. I know many of you will be gasping in horror, but I always lose bookmarks and if I am being honest, there is something I like about the physical mark that the turning over a corner leaves. I usually buy second hand books from charity shops or have them passed on to me by friends and family, so often they books I read have already been read many times before. I like seeing the little traces left behind by previous readers, the coffee stains, bent spines and yes, folded corners. Read more
You can never have enough notepads. Even now we have smart phones, iPads and Google home at the ready, sometimes you just need good old fashioned notepad and pen. This fun and simple notepad DIY project is so simple and can be made in whatever colours you fancy!
I’m using paint pens and markers here rather than normal paint from a tube for a couple of reasons. One; for the paint doesn’t bleed into the pages, creating a neater finish and two; it’s easier than mixing paint and water to the right ‘flicking’ consistency!
I’m also slightly obsessed with the pastel colour Bic Cristal Fun pens at the moment, and I *may* have chosen the green paint to match the green pen. Ahem. (Not an ad, I just love them!)
Ease yourself back into crafting with the super simple Decorative Plate DIY! I bought these awesome tropical stickers from Jacqueline Colley way back at last years Blogtacular conference, and did that thing of putting them to one side intending on making something awesome, only to forget about them. When I rediscovered them just before Christmas, I knew that they would be perfect to create some decorative plates to cheer up my house post-Christmas decorations! Read more
These DIY copper kitchen utensils will take your plain wooden spoon to a whole new level. The copper details are made with a surprising material that is simple and quick to apply!
I love giving people handmade cards, but I don’t always think to check that I have an envelope to fit my finished card, and often end up putting it into a very boring office envelope. Kinda ruins the effect doesn’t it? Especially hen you have chosen gorgeous wrapping paper for the gift. So why not create matching envelopes from wrapping paper, even if you don’t have the correct sized envelope to use as a template! Read more
Create this glass storage jar in the perfect colour to match your kitchen! All it takes is a plain jar, letter stickers and spray paint! Read more
These pretty pastel hanging Easter decorations are made with feathers and colourful glass beads. Add them to a garland or hang from a spring twigs! Read more
One day I looked at my dressing table, and realised as a jewellery maker, it was sightly ironic that I hadn’t got a decent jewellery storage solution. I had a single jewellery box whose contents had become so tangled over time, that I just never used it! This meant my table was covered in necklaces and bracelets. Sounding familiar? Yeah. Taking inspiration from some jewellery tree stands that I had seen at places like Oliver Bonas and Anthropologie, I came up with this Wood and Brass Jewellery Holder DIY tutorial! Read more
If, like me, you struggle to successfully grow house plants, how about making a needle felt cactus? I have given up trying to grow houseplants; the cats chew any bits they can get hold of, my house doesn’t get enough light and I am crap at remembering to water them. So, I’m concentrating on making artificial versions instead!