Citrus Sorbet Cups

Originally posted on Chez Mrs. D:
? Image from Pinterest ? A cool way to serve ice-cream and sorbet. ? METHOD: Cut citrus fruit (lemons, limes, oranges, etc.) in half. Squeeze out juice. Scoop out any left over pulp. Cut a thin slice off the bottom so that the cups sit flat. Freeze until firm.…

10 Things Only A Craft Fanatic Would Understand

I absolutely love crafts. I love unleashing the artist in me and allowing my imagination to run wild. And I know that I’m not the only one. having spoken to lots of people who are into crafting like me, I’ve come to realise that us creative types have a lot of traits and habits in… Continue reading 10 Things Only A Craft Fanatic Would Understand

Easter Egg-stravaganza!

The Easter holidays are about to descend upon us and as we all know, eggs will play a big part in the festivities. If we’re not scoffing them, we’ll be hunting for them, and if we’re not hunting them, we’ll be decorating them. Yes, egg decorating is a popular Easter tradition which kids love –… Continue reading Easter Egg-stravaganza!

My Very First Award: The Very Inspiring Blogger Award

The Craft Room is still taking baby steps so I was stunned to hear that I had been nominated for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award by the lovely Jen from The Haute Mommy Handbook! In fact I was so stunned that it took me a while to respond! But I’m thrilled that a fellow blogger… Continue reading My Very First Award: The Very Inspiring Blogger Award

Home-Made Pencil Cases

From: Tesco Living   YOU WILL NEED: Sheets of funky foam in assorted colours Chunky wool yarn Self-adhesive Velcro strips A sewing needle Scissors Two clothes pegs HOW TO MAKE: 1. Fold the foam sheet over by 10cm, to create the case section. 2. Hold the fold in place with a clothes peg at each… Continue reading Home-Made Pencil Cases