Here’s something to perk up your Monday. It’s my next DIY contribution for the fabulous Sugar & Cloth and I’ve gone and got crafty with a chopping board again. Remember I used a wooden chopping board to make this minimal clock? Well now I’ve taken it one step further and adapted a handled chopping board to create a wall mirror for your home. For the full DIY head over to Sugar & Cloth.
Greetings from rainy London! I’m bring you a little sprinkle of cuteness this Thursday in the form of my next DIY contribution for Sugar & Cloth. I don’t really eat eggs so I’m not joking when I say I hadn’t even thought about egg cups since I was about 5 but it’s only a matter of time before everything I can possible think of turns into a DIY project! This little ladies are so easy to make and you can find out how over on Sugar & Cloth. While you’re at it check out all her other gorgeous DIY projects. There’s a black hole of inspiration over there!
I’m very excited to reveal that I’m now a Sugar & Cloth contributor…abundant ‘yays’! I’m so pleased to jump on board as I’ve literally followed Ashley’s blog for so long and I’m a big time fan of all her imaginative DIYs. You can have a ball looking through that DIY back catalogue of hers and pinning until your fingers stop working. We also share a serious love of white space incase you didn’t notice!
To kick things off I created this leather hexagon tray with a removable compartment to keep all your bits and pieces organised. Jump over to Sugar & Cloth for the full tutorial here.
You may notice that my blog doesn’t become orange, black and scary approaching the end of October. That’s because as a Christian I don’t celebrate Halloween and feel like I’d be less than authentic / a contradiction to myself if I was to veer down that route. I’m not tempted to celebrate evil but I really do love pumpkins in every form. Whether they are in a dinner, dessert or spruced up as a table centre, they are just so inviting. I especially love the very mini ones, so small they almost look like little pets. I’ve rounded up some of my favourite tutorials this year for turning a humble pumpkin into something soooo pretty and stylish! Give them a go.