If baking and cake decorating is your thing, you might want to try your hand at this delightful Swedish Princess cake.
Tassels are used in a range of crafts, especially paper crafts, so it’s a good idea to learn how to make them. They are relatively simple to make, but as always practice makes perfect. These are perfect added to cards, albums, bookmarks and photo frames. The instructions below for the tassels will produce tassels that… Continue reading Craft 101… Making Tassels
From: Essentials, 2014 YOU WILL NEED: Bench Sandpaper Paintbrush Primer Waterproof or oil-based paint Decorative paper Waterproof Glue Varnish HOW TO MAKE: Sand your bench lightly to remove any old and loose paint or varnish. Make sure your bench is completely dry before you start painting. Paint the bench with a coat of primer and leave… Continue reading Painted Floral Bench
I recently came across a site called Mad Beauty that specializes in beauty and skin care products. Among some fabulous finds, are a range of novelty items for any crafter who’s mad about sewing and knitting. There are lip glosses and balms in the shape of buttons, cotton reels and balls of wool; tweezers with… Continue reading Cute As A Button: Mad Beauty’s Gift Ideas For The Keen Crafter
From: Essentials, 2014 YOU WILL NEED: Fabric Pins Sewing machine Thread Buttons Scissors Wadding HOW TO MAKE: FOR THE BLANKET Cut out two pieces of fabric 114cm x 144cm. Lay them right sides together and sew around the outside edge, leaving a gap of 30cm on one side. Turn round the right way. Cut out… Continue reading Picnic Blanket
From: Women’s Weekly, 12 August 2014 I first tried my hand at creating bath products around thirteen years ago – and I loved it! I liked the fact that I knew exactly what was going into these products and that they contained lots of natural ingredients such as herbs and dried flowers. I used essential… Continue reading Fragrant Bath Salts