If you saw my posts a few weeks ago then you will have seen that we added some wire star Christmas decorations to our collection for this year. In addition to a few homemade bits, the kids and I usually make a homemade decoration gift for grandparents that we give out at the beginning of December with their Christmas cards. In the past we have made 3D wooden stars and salt dough trees. This year we went with some pine… Keep Reading
Yes, I know it’s only October, but Christmas preparation is well underway here! Each year we create a few new Christmas decorations and this year I’ve added wire stars to our collection. Made from copper and aluminium wire, this is a simple but effective make which is so easy to create. Win, win, win right?! Here’s how to make your own.
This is a collaborative post. Thank you for supporting the posts which make this blog possible. As we all know, children can become a challenge on a rainy day. They get bored at the best of times, let alone when they can’t leave the house because of the rain. Add that to the fact that you don’t want them staring at a screen all day, there’s only so much TV they can watch. So, to keep everyone entertrained, here are… Keep Reading
The Bear recently had a mermaids and pirates themed birthday party. It went down really well with everyone and one of the things we used to decorate the room were paper shells. Bright, beautiful (even if I do say so myself), and 100% re-useable and then can be recycled once you are finally finished with them. These were so easy to make from a single piece of paper, I thought I would share how to make your very own.
I posted a picture of a crochet soap saver on my Instagram a few weeks ago and was overwhelmed by the response. We are trying our best at the moment to reduce our plastic consumption and one of the areas we most struggle in is the bathroom. We switched over to soap bars a while ago now but I struggled to use them in the shower. So, I made this simple soap saver to help. Not only is it easy… Keep Reading