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
Make Scandi style wooden beaded baubles to hang on you Christmas Tree this year! Perfect for adding a natural feel to your decorations.
I have made no secret of my love for the bead-weaving technique of right angle weave, having used it many times before in projects like my Summer Statement Necklace, Flower Burst Necklace, and last years Beaded Christmas Wreath! It just works so well and is pretty simple to do, even with no beading experience. Read more
A town with beautiful buildings, art galleries, a castle, museums, fascinating little shops, an amazing garden and creativity everywhere you look, Kirkcudbright (pronounced kerr-koo-bree) is very deserving of its title of The Artists Town. Whats not to love? Read more
These DIY Halloween Feather Earrings are quick and simple to make and perfect for those of us who prefer slightly less garish choice of Halloween accessory! Read more
Ever wanted to make your own cord or leather necklace, but not been sure how to attach a clasp? Or maybe you have tried to use cord ends, but found them fiddly to attach? Well look no further! I’m going to show you my simple way to use fold over cord ends to connect leather or cotton cord to whatever type of clasp you like. I have tried a few different ways of attaching them and found this is by far they easiest method, with minimal fuss.
As soon as the weather starts to turn autumnal, I automatically start wearing darker and more muted clothing, almost like i’m trying to blend in! This autumn bead necklace is a perfect addition, dark wooden beads with a pop of bright green cord!
I’m using oval shaped beads, mainly because I think they look like acorns (!), but also the thread sits nicely around the outside. But round beads would do just as well. You can use any type of cord as long as two lengths can thread through the holes in your beads at the same time. Read more
We all have such busy daily lives that finding the time to be creative can seem almost impossible; I hear from so many people that they can’t remember the last time they made something.
What if you had a gentle nudge once a week to explore your creativity in any way you wanted along with the support of others doing the same thing?
That’s why I am starting #CreativeYourWay ; an Instagram challenge with a difference!
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!
This shrink plastic necklace DIY is so lightweight to wear, can be made in any colour! This project is cheap to make, but is a little fiddly what with all the cutting out. But the results are worth it!
Its no secret that I love shrink plastic, and I have made quite a few projects using it over the years, but this time, I have outdone myself! This tutorial has been rolling around in my head for months and I and so glad to finally have made it a reality. If you have never used it before, shrink plastic is a thin plastic that you can colour and cut easily but when heated using a paper-crafting heat tool or in the oven, shrinks down and becomes thicker and tougher. Be sure to check out my other shrink plastic projects! Read more
These lightweight and colourful tassel earrings, with added knot detail, are perfect for summer! They use a knotting technique that you might be familiar with. The box knot or crown knot as it is known in Chinese knotting, was one of the main knot used in making Scoubidou! I was in my early twenties when the craze came back into fashion in the 2000’s so I never actually made any myself. Although its the same knot, the method I’m using is the traditional Chinese variation, which I actually find easier to understand! Read more