October 1, 2019

It's pretty obvious from all my photographs and of course my blog - that we are big fans of the great outdoors. Sometimes my three do need a bit of extra encouragement to get away from the TV - so I've been bringing a few extra bits with me when we go out walking.

We ha...

February 1, 2019

*This is a guest post*

New year, new you? It might be a well-worn saying but it still resonates. There’s something irresistible about the idea of metaphorically shedding your old skin, and unveiling a newer, brighter version of yourself at the beginning of a new year.

Ye...

August 17, 2018

This was one of my first blog posts that I wrote three years ago! Before I perfected camera skills and flat-lay pictures.

It's a rainy day here in the county of Surrey - and our girls are out all day at their Brownie circus skills workshop, so it's just the three of us,...

July 30, 2018

Get saving your ice lolly sticks people! We've been putting ours in a tub and waiting for a good day to have a go at making a fairy door. Being the first day of the school hols, and the fact that by 10.30am my eldest was complaining about having nothing to do, now was...

March 24, 2016

With warmer weather coming (we hope) and festival season approaching - I thought I'd show you an easy way to do hair wraps. The type of ones they do on the beach and at festivals.

I had a bag of sewing silks sitting in the cupboard, I bought them from The Works, the who...

October 9, 2015

I had to share these easy Studio Ghibli inspired characters, made from toilet roll tubes, the Totoro one is my personal fave!

We always save our toilet roll tubes, but schools don't take them for junk modelling - for hygiene reasons. 

I'd seen some online, so I thought w...

April 20, 2015

Tassels are fab! They can pretty up anything and they are very easy to make. They look great on necklaces, clothing, garlands and cushions - my seven-year-old helped me make these ones.

These tassels were made using sewing silks, but wool/yarn is great to use too....

March 30, 2015

.I'm still yet to get my hands on deer antlers, so I've been making the most of the sticks we've found and started having a go at making rustic dreamcatchers.

 The feathers have been painted with a mixture of watercolour, acrylics and nail varnish! The sticks have been...

March 29, 2015

This is a great idea for cute decor, a cake topper or ickle tiny bunting for a dolls house - using free colour swatches/paint charts and pompom wool from the 99p store! Bargainous!

 I have used this ball of pompom wool loads -  you will find this wool in most discount s...

March 6, 2015

 

I've had quite a lot of goes at making dream catchers recently - and I'm getting pretty good at it. I'm kind of hoping that when I've finished painting up this antler shaped stick, that I may be able to weave a dream catcher through it somehow.

I have now painted three...

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Kippers and Curtains

Our first trip to MCM Comic Con, London

October 30, 2019

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I'm Sarah - welcome to my blog. We are a family of 5 who can often be found foraging in the woods or camping at a festival. I love boho style and taking pictures.......

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