I love Christmas! Here’s how I’ve made my house look festive – and I really didn’t spend much money at all!
None of this pine needles malarkey for the Black Cat. Oh, no – this Christmas, I MADE my tree (from scratch…mmmmmhmmmm…)
Yes! I’ve moved on from knitting a rather dull repetitive pattern to making Norwegian stars. Can I get a woop woop?
Challenge time! I have ten months to knit a Christmas jumper by Christmas. Here’s how I’ve got on so far.
Let me count the ways. I’ve tried many crafts in my time, but making T-shirt pom-poms is by far the most annoying I’ve turned my hand to so far. Big sigh.
No one likes a show off, I know, but I couldn’t resist posting up all the amazing Christmas presents I received this year. See how spoilt I am?
I’m not too sure what pom-poms are meant to be for, but you can actually do a great number of things with these fluffy little balls. Check out my latest fashion statement (patent pending), which I have dubbed the Pomfey.
I thought outside the hamper this year and supplemented my festive foodie offerings with a homemade beauty treatment. Bellissima!
Hip hip hooray for the festive season! Like you need an excuse to craft it up, but Christmas is definitely up there with the best of them. Here are some quick little ideas for making your home look hot in the cold this year.
Brussels sprouts are the stuff nightmares are made of. When it comes to eating them, that is. Where arts and crafts are concerned, this evil little green ball actually comes into its own. Big up the Brussels sprout!