Click here to learn all of the steps of adding a beautiful mosaic design to a table.
Ideal for clearing away mountains of knitting yarns, toys, or even laundry, these baskets are so practical and also very pretty!
Find the pattern here.
I love this cosy revamp of a stool – using just an old knitted sweater!
You can find instructions for this project here.
Adorn your Halloween cupcakes with these sinister paper bats!
Perfect for scary and surprising Halloween decor!
This creature is made using different craft techniques including paper mache and sculpting from Sculpey clay. Don’t worry, the teeth are resin, not real human teeth 🙂
This cosy wall hanging is created with an array of crafty techniques, including latch hooking and crochet, to produce fabulous texture.
Oil cloth is exactly what it sounds like – cloth soaked in oil – and it is how waterproof fabric has been traditionally made for a long time.
This tutorial shows you how to make your own oil cloth, and also how to then turn that into an outdoor garland that can stay up all year round!
This page provides both the video tutorial and written instructions for how to make a custom dress form – made with your own measurements – and then decoupage it with vintage sewing pattern paper.
Both practical and ornamental!
And so Autumn begins!
To get your garden decorated for the next season, why not teach yourself a few DIY tricks by making these concrete pumpkins?
The tutorial contains a few methods I didn’t know about, including how to to make concrete lightweight by mixing it with Perlite and peat moss….AND how to mould the shape using tights!
The resulting pendant looks eye-catchingly intricate, yet the only thing you really need to learn is how to do the easy ‘square knot’ technique.
Click here if you’d like to make one youself.