Such an impressive DIY project – I would love to have my own little home to tow around! And the whole style and painting of it is so charming. Go here to see the building process.
These eye-catchingly cool bags look like they’ve been drawn on the photos, but they are actually real 3D messenger bags!
Click here to buy them at Jump From Paper.
Frederique Morrel creates the most amazing tapestry-covered fibreglass sculptures, I just think they look amazing and are a great way of reusing old tapestries and making them contemporary.
These aammmaaazing rugs by Agustina Woodgate are made from the ‘skins’ of stuffed animals and teddies! It’s half barbaric, half hilarious and I LOVE the result 🙂
If you want to make a brilliant traditional toy theatre, download the instructions and templates from this page (I think only Brits can see the video though, sorry!)
This brilliant piece of craft heaven is made up mainly of buttons and beads, and you see a few more photos here.
This is a homemade Porsche. Yep…a homemade Porsche. For photos of the car manufacture, click here.
I want it!
Source: Geoff McClelland.
It’s not summer yet, but I personally can’t wait for some hot weather over here! I’ve put this page together which lists the best water toys available, the best ideas for outdoor water games, plus DIY tutorials for making your own water toys like foam makers and water balloon catapults… Enjoy 🙂
I love the idea of the checkered rolling pin gadget shown above, as it’s an elegant piece of kit which makes identical and neat ravioli shapes neatly and quickly – cool, huh? Click here for a ravioli recipe to try out, as well as a link to where to buy this gadget.
I absolutely love the idea and the handmade styling of this Official Tooth Fairy kit – a perfect gift for kids!