Archive - October - 2014
Colourful Pom Pom Cushion!

Colourful Pom Pom Cushion!featured

My cushion collection has steadily been growing and the best part is they’re all home made! I like that because it makes them unique and I don’t walk into someone else’s house and see the same thing everywhere! It gives you more of a chance to be a little more original, creative and fun! So Read more

Midweek Meal: Homemade Bread

Midweek Meal: Homemade Breadfeatured

People are always so impressed when they come for dinner and I’ve made things from scratch that seem hard, but in actual fact are not. So I thought I would let you in on a little secret of mine and teach you how to make bread…from scratch! This isn’t so much a Midweek Meal as something Read more

DIY Faceted Magnets

DIY Faceted Magnetsfeatured

Well this is a super quick and easy one for you folks today! And as soon as I saw these ice cube trays I knew exactly what to do with them. Not make Ice Cubes! What you need Plaster of paris Silicone Ice cube tray or mould (I used this one) Paint, can be spray or Read more

A Day at Salamanca Market, Hobart

A Day at Salamanca Market, Hobartfeatured

Hobart has a lot to offer visitors, but one of it’s best draw cards is Salamanca Market. Growing up in this quaint Tasmanian town, I spent many of my Saturday mornings wandering through the market with my family, buying birthday gifts for friends or showing an interstate visitor around Hobart’s waterfront. It’s easy to see Read more

Tassel Week: DIY Tasseled Table Runner

Tassel Week: DIY Tasseled Table Runnerfeatured

Ok, it’s the final day of Tassel Week, and we’re finishing up with this fun DIY table runner with a tassel on each end! Now please excuse a couple of my photos – the only rectangular table in my house right now is made of glass, so while it looks like I’ve put the runner Read more

Tassel Week: DIY Tassel Cushion

Tassel Week: DIY Tassel Cushionfeatured

Next up in Tassel Week is this here DIY Tassel Cushion project! This project covers the making of the cushion but if you don’t have a sewing machine (or sewing skills for that matter) you can buy a cushion and attach the tassels to it – easy peasy! What You’ll Need For the Tassels Metallic Read more

Tassel week: Leather Keychain

Tassel week: Leather Keychainfeatured

Oh yes, we’re still here! Tasseling away! And today’s tassel project couldn’t be easier! What you’ll need Scraps of leather. I was able to buy a bag of leather scraps from Spotlight. Lobster Clasps Super glue or strong adhesive Spray paint Ruler Fabric Scissors Pen or pencil What to do Rule and cut a 20cm Read more

Tassel Week: Tassel Garland

Tassel Week: Tassel Garlandfeatured

Hi gang! So as a special little contribution to Maker’s this week I’m going to show you how to make your own fabulous Mini Metallic and Ceramic Tassel Garland. Perfect as a party feature, or for your own daily enjoyment! Mini metallic and ceramic tassel garland This will make a garland of 18 tassels. Time: Read more

Tassel Week: Simple Necklace

Tassel Week: Simple Necklacefeatured

It’s Tassel Week Ya’ll! Oh yes you heard us correctly, Tassel Week. This week we will have some sweet tassel projects for you and your person! So we’re gonna start this week off with a simple Tassel Necklace! Firstly, I’d like to preface this tutorial with a tutorial. Tassels are soooo easy to make and Read more