I had the best weekend this weekend. I needed to get a couple of things from the shopping centre, and I took a few gift vouchers along that I’ve been saving up. Well, it turns out that I’m by no means the only one who has been getting in to Christmas a little early this year – there were Christmas bits and pieces everywhere! I walked out with quite a few awesome craft supplies, and it felt especially great because I used my vouchers instead of “real” money! Continue reading
Month: October 2013
The Fruit of the Stamps: Home-Made Christmas Postcards!
I know, I know, I’m a little early… But if you’re going to make your own Christmas cards, you have to plan ahead! Or, at least you do if you are as disorganised as I am. Plus, seeing as us Aussies don’t really celebrate Hallowe’en or Thanksgiving, I don’t have any other seasonal crafts to distract me! Continue reading
Stamp 3 Ways: Three awesome D.I.Y. stamps
If you’ve ever dabbled in card making or scrapbooking, you will know the stamps are expensive. The good news is, with a few handy items around your home, you can make your own stamps in practically no time at all, and, even better, they will be free! So without further ado, here three awesome ways to make your own D.I.Y. stamps. Happy stamping!
1. Pencil Eraser Stamps
Tam’s Healthy Bircher-Style Muesli
Since I started full time work at the beginning of this year, I have been struggling to find the perfect mid-morning snack. Even though I have a good breakfast, by 10.30 my tummy is rumbling, and my mind is telling me that I deserve a treat. Continue reading
Goodbye to the Garden (for now!)
This last weekend was an historic occasion. I finally finally finally finished working on the front garden, a project we started when we moved in last January.
This is how long the garden has taken us…
Have you ever sewn your own clothes before? I’ve knitted a few things, but until I started quilting last year, I hadn’t touched a sewing machine in about a decade. Then, last week, this happened: