The BSG’s new kitchen is officially a pipe dream. I know exactly what it will look like, right down to the handles: copper bars. Trouble is, no one seems to make them. Thus, to save myself further disappointment – not to mention a great deal of money – I have decided to make them from bits of copper pipe, stop-ends and 90 degree elbows…
Since moving into our house and taking on its collection of handsome fireplaces, I have been waiting for an evening that calls for a fire glowing in the grate. Continue reading
These are very quick to make and are a bit more fun than doling out handfuls of sweets to each and every gremlin and ghoul that haunts your doorstep this evening. Visit the Party Times to see how I made them. Happy Halloween.
I searched in vain for a mobile for Little Pea that wouldn’t be too in her face/cost a small fortune and inspired by her granny’s superior effort over the summer (see below), I eventually decided to try making one. This yielded mixed results – I am not sure I saved much money and it certainly looks homemade – but she loves it, so thats enough for me.
A big impact for relatively little outlay, these are blousey, easy to make and they last. Tie small ones to string and garland your house.