It is true what they say, it really is about the little things – this beautiful little concertina book is a DIY that you can make! Do it and you too will be able to say that you survived advanced bookbinding. Get your learn on at Ruth Bleakley’s gorgeous blog.
Can we get something spurious from Destiny’s Child… don’t roll your eyes, it truly does make all kinds of sense.
DIY can get it all day, then when you add in some personalised flag action then you can smile in sweet ectasy at the craftiness of it all – go on it is Monday, it is miserable, so cheer yourself up by giving a giant sigh of craft pleasure.
The photographic glory goes to: Project Wedding
We do love ourselves a bit of Funkytime action, and when it comes in the form of these gorgeous boutonnieres (these are meant to be for Easter, but then when have we followed rules… and we thought that these were wedding worthy). It is make-and-do high fives all around, and time to get your creative freak on.
Full project details can be found on the rather gorgeous bloggity-bloggity blog, and you will find loads to sink your teeth into as Sibylle’s projects are awesometown, you can see the gorgeous clothespin DIY we featured a little while back which is the handy work of this lovely lady. So, time for you to get craftastic. Deuces lovers’ xxx
Oh childhood memories you are melting away faster than a cornetto beneath the flame of a blow torch, but one thing that we wizened old crones over at Beyond Beyond used to love was Sunday Morning Channel 4 action. After watching Pob, we liked a bit of Land of the Giants! Bad special effects, B Movie qualities but oh what fun we had!
So, if you would fancy a bit of big objects little people action you may be inspired by this giant flower DIY tutorial that we spied on gorgeous bloggety blog monikered ‘The House that Lars Built’ (you can see the gorgeous wedding of crafty Brittany & Paul on 100 Layer Cake).
For those of you who are still nimble, flexible, and have the tinge of babies milk on your breath – here’s some land of the giants – just so you know what us elderly and infirm lot are talking about!
And the photographic glory of the main image goes to *drum roll*: Ali Degraff