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: made [ Christmas wreath ]
Today’s post is all about this gorgeous door wreath combining pine cones & leaves, which you can then decorate with vivid colours.
Pick the colour pallete that works with your home. By simply cutting the cones in half you create a really lovely flower design. You can then paint random cones as you like.
Full tutorial at thehousethatlarsbuilt.com
home: event [ wrapping paper printing ]
Learn to create your own wrapping paper designs and bring a unique edge to your Christmas gifts this year.
This Christmas Wrapping Paper Workshop with Hato Press is on Wednesday 11th December.
Learn about riso-printing, mark-making and collage techniques
Take home 10 sheets of Riso printed wrapping paper of your own design
Complimentary mulled wine and mince pies included
The festive season is nearly upon us, and with it comes the unavoidable seasonal insanity; Christmas CDs on loop, bearded men inviting you to sit on their knee, unnecessary amounts of tinsel, and industrial presses methodically churning out packs of generic greetings cards. Not at Hato HQ. We’re encouraging you to get personal this yuletide with some creative wrapping paper making to share with your nearest and dearest. Using a mixture of collage and mark-making techniques, you will create 10 sheets of A3 wrapping paper, printed in 2 colours on our risograph printers.
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: 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: event [ weaving ]
Book in for one of the great classes and workshops at the London Loom, and create beautiful individual and unique homewares.
Weave with all the colours you can imagine and learn to make modern patterns and styles to suit your home.
Book now !
The London Loom can be found at;
17 Amhurst Terracce, Hackney Downs Studios, London, GB, E8 2BT
home : made [ wall hanging ]
Simple and beautiful, it’s definitely worth trying out this easy DIY from Homedit.com to make a minimalist wall hanging.
All that is needed is some varying sized metal hoops, wooden beads and strong. All easy to purchase from craft stores, eBay or a haberdashery.
Vary the colours or size to suit your interior needs.
It would be lovely for a nursery or to give as a gift.