Just walking through the various piazzas of Rome, as you do, you might expect to see a pretty fountain, some statues or pushy street salesmen. However, you probably wouldn’t expect to see (or maybe you would, I don’t know) a … Continue reading →
For the third day of my adventure in Rome, I decided to visit the Vatican City, the worlds smallest nation. Thankfully I booked tickets in advance- because the queue was about half a mile long just to get into the … Continue reading →
Today it is such beautiful weather, it is about the standard of a seriously lovely day in the uk B-) I have visited one of the biggest landmarks in Rome, and it is certainly very impressive! I managed to avoid … Continue reading →
Sorry for the long lapse in time since I last posted, but I have been to a funeral and I have had to travel a lot… anyway, went to the stunning Burghley house on Wednesday. The ceilings were amazing! The … Continue reading →
After making some bits and bobs for a while, I finally the my mind to making an item of clothing. I flicked through my various craft books, and found an amazing tutorial for a skater skirt, form DIY couture (such … Continue reading →
I went to the new David Bowie is exhibition at the weekend, to the members-only preview! I was so excited, because it has the most pre-bookings in the museums history- I’m so glad members get in free. I had to … Continue reading →
love this idea, have so many cut outs from magazines, now I have somewhere to put them!
Don’t get me wrong Pinterest is a good time, but my inner magazine junkie gets a real thrill from physically ripping out those glossie pages and pinning them on a real life inspiration board. I like having a board in my work space that is bright, colorful and inspires me to be creative. Obviously a regular ole cork bulletin board just won’t do! This floral fabric covered frame board is just want I needed to decorate my space. And the best part is that it doubles as wall art!
Materials: A Frame, Fabric, Paint, Cardboard, Scissors, Stapler
Apply a coat of paint to touch up or change the color of your frame
Trace the back of your frame onto cardboard and use scissors to cut out your shape
Note: I used a cardboard display board as my base. It reminded me of my 4th grade Science project!
made this bag as a camera case, so easy to do and figure out. cute to make for family and friends, and you can practically use them for anything! its just a two piece bag with a folded over top … Continue reading →