home: made [ grapevine wreath ]
This is a lovely idea for the festive season, and you can style it up however you wish.
This grapevine wreath is very simple to make and the natural rustic finish means you don’t have to be too precise. Use your own choice of foliage to create your own look.
Tutorial from hunker.com
home: event [ workshop roundup ]
If you have a desire to learn a new skill, or just like being creative, but not sure where to start, then fear not as today we look at some of the best workshops in London.
We found this great article at thenudge.com which shares 28 fab workshops, from embroidery to mosaic, life drawing to floristry with some of our favourites including Drink Shop Do, London Craft Club and Turning Earth.
Follow the link to have a read and be inspired.
home: event [ embroidery workshop ]
With Christmas in mind, and the thought of buying gifts it’s a great tune to kill two birds with one stone and learn a new skill.
Tea and Crafting are hosting a one night only Sashiko embroidery class where you will learn all the skills of this popular new craft.
‘During our Sashiko embroidery class you will learn all about the history of this style of embroidery, learn all of our tips and tricks on how to make stunning designs as well as walk home with a finished Sashiko design in a wooden hoop to hang on your wall. You will then move onto stitching your own tote bag‘
Head to teaandcrafting.co.uk for tickets
[ £39.50 ]
home: event [ candle making workshop ]
At this time of year we are gearing up for Winter and Christmas, and as the nights get darker our homes become lit with candlelight for cosy feels.
Treat yourself to a candle workshop this Autumn and create a scent to suit your home. With various workshops across London and the South,
Head to Obby.co.uk to browse the selection. This is a great website to find craft courses and workshops near you.
[ from £45 ]
home: made [ printing ]
We discovered the amazing printing projects on Finnish photographer Kreetta’s blog Gretchen Gretchen, when browsing the Remodelista blog – and fell in love.
So creative and such simple printing ideas that are so very effective in creating beautiful modern print led patterns.
Create your own fabrics from her tutorials to in turn, make into table cloths, cushions, napkins, or even curtains – the ideas are endless.
home: made [ magazine ladder ]
This modern looking magazine stand is really simple to make and ticks the boxes of practicality & style.
Using a couple of pre cut strips of wood and three metal towl rails, you can create this quirky magazine ladder. Perfect for a kids bedroom or study.
Full tutorial at hunker.com
home: event [ terrarium workshop ]
This September book a space at one of Heals terrarium workshops and create a wonderful table centrepiece.
Hosted in Heals, Tottenham Court Road, London you will learn the history and science behind terrarium building and then get the chance to make your own from scratch.
All materials are provided [ from £40 ]
Head to heals.com for dates