DIY: How to make a Christmas tea cup posy

DIY: How to make a Christmas tea cup posy

I’ve always fancied doing floristry, I think it’s the homemaker side of me coming out. When I was a child I would pick wild flowers on country walks to take home and put in a vase, and now that I’m older I … Continue reading

DIY: How to make a typography Christmas tile!

One of my favourite days of the whole festive period is when the Christmas decorations come down from the loft and the house is transformed into my own little winter wonderland! I’ve collected quite a few things over the years … Continue reading

DIY: Floral painted pumpkin

Halloween doesn’t need to be scary and pumpkins don’t need to be just for Halloween! I painted up this pretty pumpkin using acrylic paints and am so chuffed with the results. There’s no need for a tutorial as the beauty … Continue reading

DIY: How to make an autumn twig candle jar

In the run up to Christmas I’m going to be doing a crafting countdown with DIY ideas to fill your home! There’s not enough crafting on this here blog and winter is the perfect time to try out some handmade … Continue reading

Wedding number 3: To the seaside

The number one rule when going to an event where you want to take pictures is to come prepared with a fully charged camera battery and a spare one just in case. I made the error of not doing either … Continue reading

The Great Blogger Bake Off!

Since the start of The Great British Bake Off series 5, I have noticed a flurry of bloggers posting recipes and pictures of some of their best bakes under the title ‘The Great Blogger Bake Off’. Now from what I … Continue reading

A beautiful handmade wedding in Beaulieu

A couple of weeks ago I attended the wedding of Carly and Rob in Beaulieu – Carly is one of my lovely work colleagues and both her and Rob are talented designers. Being creative types, a lot of the wedding was … Continue reading

A right ol’ country affair

When I was a child my parents used to take me to the local country show and I have clear memories of those days spent in a field surrounded by livestock in boiling August temperatures. Most clearly I remember the … Continue reading