Need a sure-fire recipe that will have people coming back for more? This Salted Caramel Slice is the one.
In the best tradition of my role as seamstress to royalty, when young Princess Grace decided she would go as Rapunzel to the school book week festival, there arose the … Continue reading Letting her hair down…
Big thanks to Martha here. Commissioned to make some giant roses for a shop window display, I found her ‘how to’ video a really good place to start. I used … Continue reading Coming up roses. Giant roses.
Putting some hand-crafted touches onto Pumpkin Patch’s new flagship store was a real delight, and it was a fascinating process to see the large empty space transform into a vibrant … Continue reading The writing’s on the wall…
A perfect autumnal day in Anne and Dave’s lovely garden… a perfect place to celebrate the commitment of love with family and friends. With such a beautiful setting, the styling … Continue reading When Rebecca and Jeremey got married…
If you are looking for some special gifts to make, then look no further – these lovely ideas from the fabulous Jo Seagar are just the thing! From a delicious … Continue reading Made with love
This was a lovely shoot for Good magazine – with handcrafted vintage elements in a neutral palette. Scraps of paper and unhemmed linen were happy partners with bright red sequins … Continue reading Handcrafted Christmas
It’s amazing what you can do with a bit of masking tape and a hot glue gun… Before I knew it, a worn out pair of old ballet flats had … Continue reading Making the Sultan’s shoes
Entertaining littlies indoors can be a challenge. Clear some space on the table, gather together a selection of craft materials and get the kids started. Here are five ideas to encourage creativity – … Continue reading Rainy day play
“My art journal is a place to try out different ideas and techniques. If it doesn’t work, simply turn the page and start again.” I come from a long line … Continue reading Capturing creativity