The wonderful thing about these DIY Frosted Glass Jam Jar Luminaries is that they look beautiful no matter what time of day it is. The bright white sand gives clean fresh snowy decor during the day and at night changes to a warm frosting as the flames flicker behind it. To Make Your DIY Frosted Jam … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of making your own Christmas decorations especially when they’re stylish, quick and thrifty these Bottle Top Snowflake Decorations. I came up with these when I was revisiting my bottle top flower crafts recently to join in with a blogger challenge. They weren’t seasonal enough for what I … Continue reading
I love the variety of flowers you can get in the shop at this time of year which means I have small bunches of flowers all over my house. The colours, scent and texture combined with the extra daylight really inspire us as a family to get creative. And it seems the same happens … Continue reading
Hello, hello. I’ve been so busy this last month I’ve hardly had any time to do any crafting but I’ve really enjoyed looking at all the creative makes that everyone has been doing for CreateMakeShare#4 The last #CreateMakeShare had a #Green theme and as always I’ll start with my picks for … Continue reading
I love this Milk Carton (tetra pack) Craft. We give them as Teachers Gifts every year but also use them at home to hold all kinds of stationery and craft items. Because they’re water proof (they hold liquid after all) it makes them perfect for storing items that might leak such as pens … Continue reading
These fun coloured t-shirt yarn bracelets are super chic, easy to make and best of all cheap. The perfect thrifty Summer accessory for kids and adults. Great for the beach, holidays, parties, going out, hanging out and of course festivals. You Need T-shirt yarn (buy in a shop or make your own), ribbon … 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
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It’s my turn to host this months #GetYourCraftOn and I’m excited to announce that the theme is Papier Mache. Papier Mache or Paper Mache is one of my favourite craft materials. It’s cheap, easy to use and can be used to make an amazing array of crafts. The basic materials are … Continue reading
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I always have a new love and this month it’s this adorable Tin Can Shelf Craft. Not only do they look fantastic but they are practical and a great way to upcycle some of those tin cans we constantly throw away. Paint your tin can inside and out using either water based … Continue reading
Using T-Shirt Yarn is all the rage at the moment and it’s really easy to make your own. All you need are old t-shirt … a great way to upcycle your kids stained clothes or old t-shirts bought in the thrift shops. 1. Cut across the chest just under the arm … Continue reading