We all have a collection remnant fabric scraps,don't we, but who saves the small off-cuts? They are useless, right? WRONG....
What is Hakking? Are you a craft lover who hasn't got the patience to knit - then Hakking is for you!
Some of you may know that we have a new puppy in our house and like all new puppies they are a bit of work, but bring lots of joy and happiness. And must be amused! The new puppy is not directly mine, but my daughter's. Due to the pandemic, we are frequently required to… Continue reading Making a Råtta Dog Toy
Trying to stop using plastic. Here is a crafty solution. When we think Green bags, what comes to mind? Those ugly, bland ones in garish colours, with some corporate log stamped all over it, offering fresh promotions to someone other than you. They might be practical, but more often, ugly. Or they get dirty and you can’t erase the marks, no matter what detergent you use.
There is no really more to be said. This poem says it all. After some time you learn the difference, The subtle difference between holding a hand and chaining a soul. And you learn that love doesn’t mean leaning, And company doesn’t always mean security. And you begin to learn that kisses aren’t contracts, And… Continue reading After a While You Learn
Ten minutes to a pretty Environmentally friendly solution? I will take that! Anyone can try this embroidery hack, and it is a great activity for children. All you need is a calico bag and a fine tip permanent pen.
Miracle foods are easily incorporated into your diet. Recipes with almond meal that are tasty are a great alternative to sugary sweets.
Wanting to feed some good comfort home bake that will be appreciated by all ages. I will share the recipe with you here.
Teatime? Try a quick mix pikelet. They may not be the smashed avocado on sourdough, or the fashionable Baci, but they taste seriously good, especially when served warm with topping. Very Australian! Perfect for Anzac Day traditions and treats.
Week 3 of the Design Challenge examines Space as an element in drawing your own piece of art.
Make yourself a pretty notebook cover with some designer paper scraps
Tapping into the creative or right hemisphere of the brain can allow us to visualize and draw shapes, contours and lines better. This exercise helps do all of that.
Colouring in can be very relaxing and a way to engage with art in a non-threatening way. Particularly for those who might think they aren't artistic. My Rosemaling colouring in designs allow you to familiarise yourself with the forms and begin to understand this art. Build your confidence in drawing with this lovely Norwegian folk art.