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
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
40 paint tester pots 63 triangles 5 rolls of Frog Tape 3 months of painting(!!!) 100000s of brushstrokes 1 determined Crafty Lass 1 happy boy… When we moved into this new home, one of the (many) selling points, was a little room just off the hallway next to the kitchen – destined to be
I love Christmas. I am sure I will say that more than once over the next few weeks, but it really is my favourite time of year. I even like the wintery weather! Apart from the obvious – ‘big day’ – I love the build up to Christmas, perhaps even more than the main event.
Every Halloween as a child – we used to always do the traditional pumpkin carving. We used to have pumpkin soup, sometimes trick or treating, and sometimes even apple bobbing! Did anyone else used to do this?? We did however with the pumpkin carving – used to stick to the jagged mouth/diamond eyes, triangle nose
With the Queen’s birthday yesterday, nearly the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s third wedding anniversary, still a V.I.B. (Very Important Baby) to appear sometime soon, AND it being St. George’s day tomorrow – it truly is a spiffingly British few weeks! Here are my top 5 jolly good crafts to make you feel truly patriotic! 1. TEA –