home: event [ home crafts ]
In the light of current events and we know it’s not advised to go to larger social events or gathering (and they are all soon to be cancelled no doubt) we thought this awesome selection of home crafting ideas from Good House Keeping would be very useful for entertaining both the kids and the adults – and you’ll end up with a mix of fun and cool stuff for the home!
Find all the great ideas here
home: made [ sunburst mirror ]
Absolutely super diy tutorial to make a unique take on the infamous design of the sunburst mirror, from Infarrantly Creative.
Make this gorgeous mirror following the easy steps and adapt to your preferred size and wood tone colour .
home: made [ printed napkins ]
We’d have never realised that this could work but discovering this little crafty tutorial from A Subtle Revelry was a revelation.
A simple effective way to personalise a dinner party, kids party, BBQ or event – with napkins printed at home with slogans, words , phrases, names… it’s a perfect project for that personal unique touch.
All you need is plain or pattern paper napkins and an ink jet printer!
Read the tutorial for full details
home: made [ table mats ]
We love this easy, simple DIY from Sarah Hearts to make table mats. Such a quick idea but so effective. So little equipment needed and great results.
It’s easy to tailor this to your own taste, colour choice and even be more adventurous with design.
Head to Sarah Hearts for the full tutorial.
home: made [ diy baubles ]
It’s easy to personalise and get creative with your Christmas decor. With so much inspiration across the internet for designs and patterns, and all the basic materials easily available.
Baubles can be used in Christmas trees, of course, but also hung from ceilings, ledges, branches – all to create a real festive feel across an interior.
Design and decorate your own baubles and make your own Christmas decor personal to your home.
For inspiration try:
And for materials head to:
home: made [ Christmas wreath making ]
If you fancy getting creative and want to design and make your own unique Christmas decor for your door, you don’t necessarily have to try and get to one of the many wreath making workshops.
Head to our favourite Hobbycraft and check out their extensive Christmas decoration and wreath department and pick out your own pieces to create your own beautiful masterpiece to hang on your door. It’s affordable and fun.
Plenty of trends and colour ways to choose from, and shapes and designs to use as a base.
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.