Spring has officially sprung! To celebrate this pretty little season and also because it's Craft Month, we've put together a little list of our top 5 Spring Crafts to share with you!
If you've been on our website you're probably aware that we love floral designs, in fact anything with flowers on is sure to make us smile. We also love a bit of nail art so if you combine the two, you have some seriously happy people! And because we like to spread happiness, we've decided to share our skills and reveal an extremely simple but pretty nail art design that will make people go ‘oooo, lovely!' Trust us when we say, if we can do it, so can you. Read on to find out how…
we’ve hooked you up with our pals at Nut.com. Not only do they sell yummy snacks that are healthy (yes, there is such a thing) they’ve let us in on some mouth-wateringly delicious recipes from their blog. Now who needs an Easter egg? Not us! (Well maybe just the one...)
Easter is one of our favourite occasions and spring is just the loveliest time of year. We adore the abundance of flowers blooming, the lighter evenings and an excuse to eat as much chocolate as we desire (thank you Mr Easter bunny!) We relish in the freshness of springtime, including starting a massive spring clean and prettifying the home with wildflowers and new homeware pieces. This week we bring you a craft project that is perfect for Easter. We created our own ‘foliage eggs’ which are a fun & unique way to bring the beauty of spring into your own home. It’s an incredibly simple activity (if a little messy) and so, so pretty. If you want to inject some floral cheer into your home this Easter, then read on…
To mark the start of British Flowers Week we decided to celebrate the beautiful blossoms with our very own how to. Flowers can make a room and they are often said to change the entire feel of a wedding, thus considered a vital part of the preparations. Dried flowers are currently very on-trend with Brides-to-be. Not only do they add tons of rustic charm, but they last too. This means you can get crafty with them weeks before your big day and your masterpiece won’t wilt.