Wall hangings have grown in popularity recently, whether they are knitted, macrame or any other type you can think of! Here’s a quick DIY to display your photos in a wall hanging. Its easy, cheap and only takes a few materials to make.
The DIY healthy dessert platter is an easy no-fuss Valentine’s idea that you can throw together in a few minutes, minus the pink hearts and teddy bears (because what husband wants to eat love heart cookies with pink champagne anyway?!) There’s some very mixed feelings about Valentine’s Day in the couples and marrieds world (‘Valentine’s Day is every day!’ some argue), but there’s something about still wanting to celebrate it, maybe with just a little les
One of my favourite weekend activities is to go out for breakfast on a Saturday morning. There’s no better feeling than starting the day with a good meal and knowing you still have the whole weekend ahead of you to enjoy! I may be a little biased but Nice at Nelson Bay is one of my favourite local breakfast spots. Nice has a lovely shaded outdoor terrace that looks out over the park and down to the marina.
Candles used to be the gift you would pick when you didn’t know what to buy someone… But now they’ve become one of my favourite gifts – there’s so many good brands out there now with great scents.
Hexagons are definitely having their moment in the spotlight! They’re an unusual shape that products don’t naturally come in, so if you fancy a bit of DIY, you can add some hexagons into your home that are practical and stylish!
Not only is concrete a great material to work with but I love its industrial and minimalistic finish. Read on for this cheap and easy coaster project that will elevate your table top in no time.
Follow this simple tutorial to use a few items like concrete to create a display for your Polaroids, Instax films or any photos.
I love using my Instax camera and am always trying to think of new ways I can display the film, so they don’t end up in a cupboard or just in an album! I had a go at making little cube stands out of concrete and they worked and looked great for holding single photos.
So 2016 is underway but you may only be just starting to think about your goals for the year (like me!) So often the busyness of holidays, Christmas and New Years leaves us entering the year in a whirlwind. I still have some planning and goal setting to do so thought I would write some tips on not just some nice-sounding New Years Resolutions, but how to set goals and stick to them! I hope this helps you achieve your goals this year.
Write down your goals.
We turned excess beeswax from drained honey into deliciously sweet honey-smelling candles using a few simple tools! Beeswax can be purchased from stores so even if you don’t have a hive, you can still try these easy homemade candles. What a great way to get the most out of your beehive – delicious candles that use natural ingredients.
I have loved using my Instax Mini instant camera to take candid shots of our travels and special moments. It is so unlike the digital world, where you can take as many shots as you want until you get the perfect one.
For now we are back at home and re-exploring our neighbourhood with new eyes, after being abroad for 14 months! I am on the lookout for simple homemade projects and it can’t get much simpler and effective than adding a bit of colour to your drinks by making edible floral ice cubes.
To make a bit more of an impact I found a giant-sized ice cube tray from Kmart ($2!) which also helps the ice cubes to stay in your drink longer, rather than instantly melting.