This gift is great for chocolate lovers everywhere! Homemade chocolate spread or Nutella as some know it ! Homemade gifts always show a value you just can't get in shops - time. I personally love receiving homemade gifts! For this one I found a gorgeous recipe at http://www.ohnuts.com/blog/homemade-nutella-recipe It's fairly simple to make and yummy … Continue reading Gift idea – Homemade Nutella
A great gift for families is a personalised frame filled with all their names scrabble style! Firstly draw out your design on paper to check all the families names link up and then buy all the letters you need. My trusty friend eBay has many sellers with wooden scrabble letters available either as single letters … Continue reading Gift idea – Personalised Scrabble Name Boards
We're so happy with our Advent Calendar Tree - the daily treats taste yummy, its added some Christmas decor to the room and our crafty paws were in their element making it! We made mini cocoa gingerbread biscuits, decorated them with the numbers and wrapped each one in cellophane. We bought the tree from hobbycraft.co.uk … Continue reading Advent calendar tree
A new bespoke bitta' vintage love we've added to our collection. If you've both been on adventures around the world or have destinations which are close to the heart this personalised table plan will add that bespoke touch to your special day. Included in this bundle 1 hessian boardPersonalised luggage tags1 map of the world1 easel … Continue reading New bundle alert – Seating plan
We recently had the privilege of providing props for a tipi wedding - a first for us... I can happily confirm though that tipis are defo a great option for weddings! We worked with the lovely bride, Rebecca, to create a few bespoke pieces especially for her (and the hubby of course!) As you entered … Continue reading Our latest adventure – A Tipi Wedding
We recently helped the lovely Nicky & Oliver with their beautiful barn wedding. The venue looked stunning, we loved all their great ideas they chose - my favourite was their table numbers. Our hessian chair tie backs all behaved themselves adding a dose of vintage to the room. Take a look through some of the … Continue reading Our Latest Adventure – A Vintage Barn Wedding
We've been busy this week designing new styles of bunting. With the current VW campervan craze going on at the moment, why not combine the two vintage classics - bunting and campervans! So we came up with this…..! Get in touch to get your paws on yours!
These cute fairy lights are perfect for any event with has an element of 'play' about it. If you're having a games corner for kids at your wedding or a sports themed party these are perfect. Measuring 2 metres in length, they are battery operated so can be hung wherever you like. We've added them … Continue reading New prop alert – Shuttlecock fairy lights
Order yourself some personalised vintage bunting delivered straight to your door. We’ve loved making a few batches for a brewery and a sweet shop this week. Get in touch to hire or buy yours.
Why not try out a creative gift for the next baby shower or birthday party you go to? The chances these days of turning up to a party with the same gift as someone else is highly likely. This handmade gift will be pretty unique and incredibly useful! I saw these nappy cakes (of the … Continue reading Gift for a baby – Nappy cake
We've added a vintage milk bottle tray to our collection of props. Hire it on its own or as a part of our lemonade stand package. The package includes: 1x 5litre glass drinks dispenser 1x Personalised drinks tag (choose colour) 1x Vintage coca cola tray 25x Milk bottles 25x striped straws (choose colour) All this … Continue reading New prop alert – vintage milk bottle tray
I've been busy with a few homemade projects this week. My latest crafty adventure... Homemade hopscotch! Do you remember playing that game in the playground?! Well I'm recreating an inside version for my niece's birthday - British weather is far too unreliable to play this game outside! I was inspired by the http://www.tipjunkie.com blog (which … Continue reading Homemade hopscotch – for playing inside 🙂
If you love travelling this one's for you - a crafty way to capture all the holidays you've treated yourself to in a glance! I bought a cheapy canvas and covered it in a shabby wallpaper to give it the effect of a wooden fence post. I then sourced a cork map of the world, … Continue reading Capturing your travel memories
Last weekend we had the opportunity to let our creative juices go to town by providing some handmade bespoke props for a beautiful wedding held in West London. We both had a great time cutting, sticking and sewing, getting all the different props ready for Saturday morning. Then when everything was in place, we stopped, … Continue reading Our latest wedding adventure
Say hello to our scrabble style signage. We've got the words LOVE and MR & MRS for you to feast your eyes on 🙂 The scrabble design has been printed onto canvas' each letter measuring about 15cm x 15cm. They stand on their own and would look good anywhere! Prices for hiring these for a … Continue reading New signage – scrabble style!
I was given this totes adorbs gift for Valentine's by one of my true besties - my mama bear! She knitted each heart and sewed them on to a patterned ribbon and added a bow. All done with her very own little paws! This is another alternative to bunting and this style looks great on … Continue reading Knitted with love
We'd like to introduce a few new props to the family... Bring on the fabulous, the beautiful, the incredibly cute and vintage number.... *music please* Vintage Sweetie Jars! Fill them with sweets, fill them with flower heads, fill them with pearls! Whatever you use them for, they sure scream out 'darlllingggg!' These are great for … Continue reading New stock alert!
I couldn't believe my peepers when I was reading one of the latest wedding magazines... I was casually browsing, turned the page to see an advert for a product I made last year which I blogged back in the summer! Anyone remember the frame I made for one of my besties who's a teacher? I … Continue reading Look what I saw…
Why not mix it up a bit at Christmas and make Christmas card bunting for your family. It will be the prettiest card on the mantlepiece! I made one for my niece who is 2 who probably still doesn't understand the concept of Christmas cards! This idea's great for kids. Cut out the letters of … Continue reading Christmas cards for kids!
Why not use a vintage prop to help decorate the top of your table this Christmas. We love the look of filling a picnic hamper with crackers and wedging it open with a small branch. Instead you could use a basket, vintage suitcase, a fish bowl this list goes on... experiment this Christmas and give … Continue reading Cracking table