I was a huge fan of Miffy when i was younger so i couldn’t resist including the uber cute Miffy inspired bunny garland from Mini Eco. They even include a template so you can make your own.
It’s mother’s day in Ireland this weekend and in an effort to avoid that awful plastic wrapping you get with most shop bought mothers day cards I’m making my own. Personally I wouldn’t mind not getting a card as long as there was some gesture of appreciation, but I think my mum would be heartbroken […]
This is a selection of the hats, scarves, sock and gloves donated by friends of mine for those sleeping rough in Dublin. Every year I invite my fellow knitters to join me in knitting something for some of those in the unfortunate position of not having a permanent home in Dublin.
I’m chuffed to bits with my homemade bauble wreath, which I finished yesterday. I’ve coveted one since I saw them in a shop a few years ago but couldn’t justify putting more plastic into the world. So I set about scouring charity shops for plastic baubles and this year I managed to collect enough. It’s […]
I have a simpler white version of this decoration hanging over my dining table. I made them in about 30 minutes before Christmas dinner one year when, in a fit of madness, I decided that the room looked bare. They’re so simple to make, especially if you staple them instead of using an eyelet as […]
Homemade presents are a great idea – when they’re done well – but then reality sets in and you realise you’ve zero time. That’s where these simple crafts come in. You should be able to get each of these crafts done (excluding buying ingredients / equipment) in 30 minutes or less.
I love a good craft show, it’s my kryptonite! And this year’s National Craft Fair in the RDS did not disappoint. There were hundreds upon hundreds of fabulous handcrafted items ranging from handmade soap, candles, knitwear, jewelery, bags, art and on and on and on. It would be impossible write about them all here so […]
Found this lovely ‘I love you this much card‘ on A Day in my Life blog.
On my birthday this year i indulged in all the things that i love doing. We strolled around the streets of Dublin stopping off for french toast in the Cracked Nut in Camden Street, D2.
I love the idea of Cubetto, a low-tech toy that teaches kids about coding. It’s even suitable for kids who can’t read yet. You simply ‘write the code’ with the blocks an them press go to move a little wooden robot. E