I’ve been on a lovely trip with my friends to the UK. You’ve probably noticed some weekly post missing but now you know why.
We’ve been to Southwold on the east coast of England. A tiny town with loads of beaches and beautiful sightseeing.
A real countryside where you can take a deep breath of fresh air and find some rest in your head. Especially for people like us that are from the busy city this was a nice release.
I’ve decided to take a good look at my blog and it’s stories by the time i got back, so that’s the plan for now. To see how to make stuff more interesting and more ‘me’.
See you really soon!
Trees are turning red and yellow and leaves are falling off. It’s windy and grey outside but warm and cozy indoors.
Yep, autumn has officially started.
And I’m finding myself already thinking about Christmas wrappings and Christmas cards. I know, way too early!
But every now and then you can expect a wrapping idea on the must makes!
Today I’ve got some cool pompom making tutorial for you by vivid please.
Who knows, you might need it in a month or two! (Also cool for birthday gifts all year round!)
You guys know by now how much I love notebooks. Therefore loads of my must makes will be notebook or paper related.
Here’s another one I made over te weekend for you and I really hope you enjoy it.
I’ve got so many notebooks and a lot of them are just simple plain covers, which I love, but every now and then everyone needs a splash of color.
So lets make a To Do book today!
Here’s what you need:
Letters you want to use (you can also print out the font you like to be using and cut those letters out)
Let’s start with writing down the word you want to put on your notebook in pencil.
Next step is starting with the first color and make dots around the pencil lines.
Add a second color, try making two lines around the word with each color and every time set the dots a little bit further apart.
Done? Than erase the pencil lines.
And there you go!
Ready to start making lists!
Enjoy your week!
Last week I’ve found this cool website called Haberdashery Fun with has some crazy diy’s for you!
So get out your sewing machines and let’s get started on these cool reversable fabric storage bins!
I find this really nice to make and I think they are the best babyshower or housewarming gift!
Try one with a little lid on it just to make it a bit different or use an unexpected combination of fabrics. Just give it a go, be creative and enjoy your weekend!
For the full tutorial check out Habersashery Fun.