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Having seen how wonderful helicopter (Sycamore) seeds look when painted I just had to get the glitter out and make some beautiful helicopter seed decorations for my Christmas tree. I couldn’t have imagined a better pairing. The sycamore seeds look simply stunning against the lush green of a real … Continue reading
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These 3D Paper Snowflake decorations are perfect for doing together as a family. They are a bit fiddle but younger kids can have great fun punching out the snowflake shapes whilst the older kids and adults piece them together. You Need Cardstock or Paper – I used printer paper to make … Continue reading
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The simple yet beautiful helicopter seed, also known as sycamore seed. A great nature toy for generations of children, wonderfully tactile to touch, beautiful to look at and rather lovely to craft with. Apply a thin coat of metallic pearl paint to highlight the wing texture of each helicopter seed, leaving … Continue reading
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Contains Affiliate Links This cool DIY Pumpkin T-Shirt is another 15 minute clothes revamp using my Cricut Explore I used a cheap supermarket t-shirt (ASDA), a Teresa Collins – Chic and Scary cartridge (#M2E64F) and some Gold Iron On Vinyl. It’s as simple as Opening Cricut Design Space Setting a blank canvas Measuring … Continue reading
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I made one of these cute Sugar Skull Dolls last year with my girls and they have been on at me to make some more so I thought I’d share how to make them with you. You Will Need Card, 40mm polystyrene ball, patterned paper, double sided sticky tape, pva … Continue reading
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I am super excited to be hosting a fantastic giveaway for my readers in the UK. I’ve teamed up with the guys at Wayfair and have a £150 Wayfair Gift Card for one lucky winner to spend in their online store . In case you haven’t heard of them, Wayfair are … Continue reading
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I’ve been playing with my roving wool again and made these super cute felt spider decorations that are perfect for using over Halloween. They’re also really easy as they’re formed around a polystyrene ball so it’s easy to get a good shape each time. You’ll need a 4cm polystyrene ball, black red and … Continue reading
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It’s really easy to make your own Papier Mache Paste using just household flour and water. I don’t really follow a recipe but a general rule I follow is 1 part flour to 4-5 parts water. Depending on the quantity of paste you need to make you can use … Continue reading