Receiving cute stuff in the mailbox is such a sweet treat. Decorating a parcel or envelope can truly brighten your recipients day. And I am yet to find a person who doesn’t like a donut (or doughnut depending on where you’re located in the world). So I’ve combined mail and donuts to create a mailable […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on DIY: donut parcel mailer
Oh my gosh you guys! You know how you get an idea in your head and then you spend heaps of time working on it and it turns out nothing like you had hoped it would. Well this is one of those rare times when a DIY idea has turned out even better than I imagined […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on ‘I heart’ DIY Wall-Mounted Shelf
You’ve been collecting those iron-on embroidered patches that seem to be such a massive trend item right now and you’re starting to wonder what on earth you’re going to do with them all. I have a small collection going myself (it’s for the kids, I swear) and so I started thinking about fun ways of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on 7 ideas to show off your iron-on patches
In what is a beautiful follow up to ‘Snail Mail‘ released through Hardie Grant last year, Michelle Mackintosh has delivered another delicious book jam-packed full of beautiful photography and practical advice on sending mailable gifts. Care Packages follows a familiar format to Snail Mail with suggested types of creative packages and occasions for sending, techniques, templates, DIY’s […]Continue Reading... 19 Comments.
By now, I’m guessing that you have heard about Etsy Craft Party which has been running as an annual global initiative to bring creative folks together on one day – all for the sake of craft + connecting + inspiring + learning + sharing. This year is no different and for me, personally, it will be the […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
If you’re anything like me, then you might be a bit partial to stationery and craft supplies. I have an excessive amount of notebooks and notepads in a variety of spiral-bound, book-bound, plain, patterned, small, large, medium, ruled, dotted + grid books. Excessive, I totally know that. But I like to have options. I start […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on DIY ideas for pimping your notebook
Week after week, our recycling bin at home is full well before rubbish collection day. I’m always looking for ways to up-cycle and recycle our consumables into something useful, without looking like it’s literally a pile of garbage hot-glued together with a dash of glitter. I’m also desperately trying to be more organised in my […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on DIY: desk organiser
There is a certain handmade / designer etiquette that should not have to be discussed, yet, time after time I find myself shaking my head at the comments on Instagram and Facebook below a photo of someone’s beautiful work. Someone who is trying to make a living off selling their work. It’s as though it’s eluded the commenter […]Continue Reading... 5 Comments.
Sometimes bringing the sewing machine out just to run a couple of lines of stitches is more trouble than it’s worth. The kids are back at school and in a bid to be more organised, I came up with a super easy no-sew pencil case that does the trick using only four supplies. If you […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on DIY: no-sew pencil case
Whether you’re on the new-years-resolution mission or preparing for back to school (in Australia and New Zealand), January is typically a month of getting organised. So over the next couple of weeks, I’ll be bringing you a series of organisational DIY’s which are bound to bring a splash of creativity + colour to any space. Today I’m focussing […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on DIY: pen holder