These were actually really fun to make. The materials can be super cheap to get as well, all you need is a bundle of ribbon, preferably complimentary colours and a little fabric for the inner bag. Sorry guys, the pictures don’t do them justice, I suggest you try making your own so you can see…… Continue reading ~Ribbon Bags~
As we’re approaching autumn, fruits ripen, leaves change hues and small animals start to stock up on food. This goes the same for fairies, they find it extremely hard to fly in the winter due to their delicate wings. So being the generous person I am I have decided to make them fairy doors for…… Continue reading Secret Garden
So it turns out that every adult can still have a ridiculously fun time tie-dying fabrics. (Oh I forgot, it’s not called tie dye when you’re an adult, it’s called shibori.) The art of Japanese resist dyeing. It involves folding, pleating and manipulating fabrics, then dipping them or submerging them in dye to create extraordinary patterns. Traditionally…… Continue reading Tie Dye Madness (Shibori)
Meet the new additions to the family! Looks like we’re gonna have to build an extension fitting all these guys in!
I’m terrible for walking into a fabric shop with the intention of going in for one thing and end up coming out with heaps of fabric. Since storage is pretty low in the house, I thought it would be best to use the material I have already before buying any more. I had some leftover…… Continue reading Colin the Cuddly Cactus
How to make table decorations from recycled jars.
Make new from the old and recycle your old photo frames! All you need is chalkboard paint (readily available from most DIY shops) a can of spray paint in your favourite colour, and a spot on the wall (or side) to place it. In my personal opinion I think they look great in the kitchen.