All that glitters… Gilding!
Have you ever tried gilding? No, me neither. I expected it to be super difficult for some reason – I mean, how does the gold leaf stick? Doesn’t it go everywhere? (The answer in short to this is yes, the gold leaf can flake and go everywhere if you aren’t careful…!) BUT, it is super
Personalised Door Mats!
I love doors. Front doors! Wreaths on doors, what colour they are, what door furniture. I am a door geek! And, I genuinely have a thing about doormats too – I love them! They are the welcome into our home (albeit done very little of that in recent times!) They make me happy. And after
Simple, Fun, Festive – Paper Green Wreath
One of the things I enjoy with craft – is quite often it is the quick and simple ideas that give me the most satisfaction. Being able to turn a few basic materials into something. This is made from 1 gold wreath, some white felt balls (both from Pompluspom and 3 sheets of card (by American
Merry & Bright Cushion – NEW Cricut Infusible Ink Blanks!
I studied Printed Textile Design at Loughborough University – and I miss the old days of being in the print room. Mixing the dyes, calculating the fabric steaming requirements, preparing screen prints. Designing! Even thinking about the ‘smell’ of the print room brings back warm memories. But, this year – I discovered something new. Infusible
Rainbow T-Shirt – Cricut Infusible Ink!
Last Saturday we set about a little craft project, and what could be better than Freddie drawing his own rainbow and we magically get this on to his own new t-shirt?! I’ve done several Cricut Infusible Ink* projects now, and it never fails to amaze me just how easy it is, how vibrant the colours
Let It Snow!
I love a wreath. It’s no secret – as I have taken to having some sort of wreath on our own front door, all year round! It makes me smile, and it apparently makes people smile as they walk past too – so, wreaths it is… However, sometimes – it is nice to have a
Top 10… Christmas Crafts!
Oh… the ‘C’ word. The one that no one wants to mention. Well, not until at least December is here anyway. Me? I LOVE Christmas. I love the cold weather, the roaring fires, the indulgence and fun and high spirits. Normally, I am prepping WELL ahead of December. Usually there is a handmade advent calendar,
Christmas Wreath Workshops!
What a festive, and almost magical weekend of Christmas fabric wreaths making! Saturday truly started the Christmas season for me – holding craft workshops at the brilliant Claydon Christmas Tree Farm. Until earlier this year, I hadn’t ever heard of this place – despite living in the local area for a few years now! However,