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
I’ve been looking through my old knitting supplies and came across this simple pattern. I have no idea where it came from as I just found it scribbled in an old craft notebook. I could see it was some kind of hat, so I thought I would simply knit it up and see what I got.
It’s raining outside and we’re stuck in the house under the 48-hour sickness rule despite everyone being back to full health. The Bears can’t go back to school yet until those 48 hours are passed so we’re on day three of these four walls. The novelty has worn off and cabin
We currently have a family of blue tits nesting in our garden and we’ve been really enjoying watching them come and go. We’ve not seen the babies yet, but we can certainly hear them chirping from their bird box. Add that to the fact that the Wildlife Trust have launched their 30 Days Wild campaign and we thought it would be the perfect excuse to get creative and make our very own apple bird feeder.