Learn how to make a DIY Blocking Station for your crochet squares with this step-by-step photo tutorial.
Here is one juice box craft that will take you hardly any time to do: A Chalkboard Juice Box Village, perfect for drawing on and playing with.
Transform a dreary snuggle blanket into a thing of beauty using good old dye and a front-loader washing machine. There was nothing that could calm my sons down like being wrapped almost-too-tight and swayed back and forth while I hissed in their ears like a deranged woman.
If you have used any of my patterns before, you’ll know that my pointy-thing of choice is a crochet hook, not a knitting needle. But I really wanted to give you knitters out there the opportunity to make a Knit Amish puzzle Ball, so on I missioned with my very basic knitting skills. I would […]
Celebrate Valentine’s Day by making your very own paper drinking straws from scratch. I have made 12 Valentine’s Day Paper Straw Templates/Printables.
Make your own Cupcake Topper Printables using PicMonkey and Microsoft Office. These DIY Cupcake Toppers can be made in any style or size.
Download these free Valentine’s Day Cupcake Topper Printables to make your cupcakes scream: “LOVE!”
So it’s a few days before Christmas and up until this morning I had no Christmas cards to give to friends and neighbours. The situation was easily remedied by using Microsoft Publisher and some stock-standard white cards to print my very own Christmas cards. And because I love sharing, I have attached the two images […]
Waterproof Labels A few weeks ago I shared a recipe for making your own bath paints. And now I am sharing the how-to for the labels I used. I know there is no need to label your kids’ bath paints as it will be quite obvious which colour is which. At least it will be […]
How to make a Cookie Cutter Skull When I went to make some Halloween Cookies the other day I realized that I didn’t have any suitable cookie cutters. I though: “Hey, a tin can is metal, isn’t it? And it’s bendable. I don’t know if it’s safe, but there’s only one way to find out…” […]