To continue with my Oh So Heavenly inspired gifts I made this simple material book cover.
I gave it to one of the ladies who work for the cleaning company the office uses. She hugged me and told me I made her day which in turn made my day 😊
Are you in the market for a fabric gift bag? Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but someday this DIY is likely to come in pretty handy. Whether you are trying to reduce your carbon foot by not using traditional wrapping paper, or you just want to extra AF then follow these easy steps.
These bags can be made in any size, small ones like the ones I did are great for party favors. Medium ones could be loot bags and long fabric gift bags s are great for wine.
When last did I do a DIY Toy here? When last did I do a DIY anything? those of you new to the blog, I used to focus mostly on crafts and DIYs , hacks and tips and although the hacks and tips are here every week I have not DIYed in a while – actually no, I have, I just have not taken any pictures of said DIYs in a while…so last night Aidan and I sat down at my crafting desk (yes i have one of those) and came up with these face pebbles.
This diy toy is sooo simple and can be used in a variety of ways, we play tic-tac-toe, memory and we also do simple addition and subtraction games (yes , my kid thinks maths is a game. yes, I should get a maternity test)
I have DIY gifts for you guys!
So this festive season I am challenging myself to blog everyday and post all kinds of festive like things…crafts, DIYs, tips, recipes…
Today I start with sharing some DIY’s I have done in the past that would make awesome gifts…here goes:
I’m starting out my series of Christmas Crafts with a quick tutorial…how to make a monster wallet. Aidan really wants a wallet and since I figure he is going to lose it anyway (I know my kid) I decided to make one…it makes an ideal stocking filler, especially if you put a card/coins from game center in there.
Anyone in the market for a super easy diy laptop/tablet sleeve?
I recently got a new laptop, it’s rather small (I don’t even think it can be called a laptop in all honesty) and can fit in my handbag. I wanted to keep it protected from everything else that can fit in my handbag – loads of things, loads – so I grabbed some felt, vintage buttons and made my own laptop sleeve – yeah me.