DIY is easily one of the most useful pastimes, or assorted skillsets, you could spend your time developing or getting involved with. Just think about it; having some DIY skills not only saves you money down the line. It also makes you more self-reliant. Able to help others, and that
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as being able to use something you’ve made yourself. The feeling you get when you’ve managed to craft an object from scratch is amazing. Especially when you’re on a bit of a wood craze. Below is a guide on how to make a basic trinket
Christmas certainly brings out the best of us and the most crafty side of us. When the festive cheer begins we start to make things. Festive Lights have created the ultimate Christmas DIY bible which you must check out it contains everything from how to work out how many lights
Every October when Halloween creeps nearer I head to Pinterest to look for creative ways to decorate my pumpkin. Inspired this year by gorgeous luxury pumpkins which fit it with home interior themes from crafters such as Handy Little Me and This Mama. Decorating a pumpkin is one of those
Ever since I can remember my Grandma has had the most beautiful garden. She lives in the Lake District and she has a sprawling space of perfectly pruned, planted and potted florals. It really is gorgeous. Myself, on the other hand, I really haven’t ever had much of an interest.
This isn’t something I’ve posted about before but last week I tried my hand at upcycling. For a while I’ve been obsessed and fascinated with the upcycling inspo on Pinterest, but then I’ve also seen Pinterest fails so I’ve always thought I best leave it to the professionals – if