These paper poms are perfect for party decorations! They can be made in any color or size so you could use them to decorate a birthday party, baby shower, hen do or even a summer BBQ. Hang them from ceilings, beams, or curtain rails, or add them to a wall display. Once you have mastered your first paper pom, you’ll want to make them for any celebration.
We're jumping on board with the trend for all things geometric with this project -a clean and contemporary paper mobile. You can choose your favourite colours and shapes, making it a perfect piece to hang in any room, whether it's a nursery, a living room or an office needing a pop of colour.
Today we’re excited to share a guest blog post from the lovely Mel of Melanie Rose Makes blog. Mel is currently working on her amazing homemade home and we’re so thrilled to be a part of it! Read on to hear all about her latest DIY make, and discover how to make your own preserving jar soap dispenser from Crafting with Mason Jars and other Glass Containers by Hester van Overbeek.
Give your Mother’s Day bouquet a make over this year and get creative with your gift – your mum is bound to appreciate the homemade effort! This gorgeous string art project looks like flowers in a mason jar, but is made with wood pieces, nails and thread. Don’t be put off if you’re not a woodworking pro; the charm of this project is the rustic, handmade design, so a few wonky nails will only add to the effect!