Whether your wedding is high glamour or more of a low key vintage affair, a veil is perfect for finishing off your bridal look! Veils can be expensive, so if you are working within a budget, why not try making your own? They are surprisingly easy to create and you can add your own personal touches… Continue reading How to Make….A Bridal Veil
I’m a big reader but do have a tendency to either fold the corner of a page to mark my place or use whatever scrap piece of paper is hanging around in the cavernous depths of my bag! I thought a hand made bookmark would be a good idea and this method has the benefit… Continue reading 10 Minute Make….Ribbon Bookmarks
A pin board is a great way to stay organised in your home and the perfect place to store invitations, lists, reminders and more! It’s also another way to display photos (especially if, like me, you are starting to run out of space for frames)! This tutorial explains how to take an ordinary notice board… Continue reading How To Make..A Fabric Pin Board
Christmas cards are a timeless seasonal tradition and I’ve put together a few ideas for making use of them after the holidays are over. A quick and easy way to recycle old cards is to make gift tags! All you need are some scissors or pinking shears (these give a prettier finish), a hole punch… Continue reading Upcycling Christmas Cards
With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to think about your festive dining table! You can get lots of lovely paper napkins with beautiful seasonal designs, but I think a hand made napkin adds an extra special touch! They are quite easy to make and you will need the following (this will make four… Continue reading How To Make….Table Napkins!
Christmas trees are starting to go up and everyone has their own preference for colour and style. There are so many decorations out there it can be difficult to choose – and you may not find what you are looking for so why not try making your own? This blog will show you three easy-to-make… Continue reading 3 Quick & Easy Christmas Decorations
This is it – the final part of Making A Quilt! This is (to me) always the fiddliest bit and I like to take my time to make sure I get it right. It’s the finishing touch to most quilts – adding your binding. I’ve had some help from Miranda at the Eastbourne store with… Continue reading Making A Quilt – Part 3