Remember when everyone used to be involved in DIY projects in school? Maybe it was making a chocolate mould, or maybe a basic electrical circuit with a motor and a light. Whatever it was, unless it was a group project, you probably remember it rather fondly. After all, that sense of creating something and knowing that it belonged to you first and foremost is not a feeling which can be recreated easily. However, back then, even if the projects were somewhat basic, they were also usually held back by the cheap or half-broken equipment that your parents or the school provided you with. Well, if you’re a bit older now, maybe you can go ahead and get involved in some arts and crafts, with some fancy DIY projects but a with some better equipment. No more drying out glue sticks, get some proper spray tec glue guns, and definitely no more blunt scissors. Some mid-range scissors for just over a tenner will probably last you more than you can imagine. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s see what projects you could actually do in your spare time. Continue reading “DIY Creativity Bonanza: Plastic Spoons And More!”
You might rock that hat, but you do know what you’re doing, don’t you?
Let’s be honest for a moment, shall we? You may be a pro at changing the lightbulb, and your skills at upcycling your furniture may be second-to-none. Still, there are jobs that you probably shouldn’t take on unless you have the training and qualifications under your belt. So, for your safety and that of everybody in your home, these are the DIY tasks you should probably leave to the professionals. Continue reading “5 DIY Jobs Best Left To The Professionals”
It may seem like we are always trying to get rid of unwanted pests and bugs in our garden but are we going too far at times? Not all bugs are actually pests and if you start to look into their roles you will find out that some are vital to our eco-system. We are now all very aware of the huge role bees play in pollination of our plants, flowers and trees. One way to encourage bees to your garden Continue reading “DIY: Building a Bug House”
As personalised gifts have become more and more popular, last year I decided to have a go at creating my own special Father’s day present for my husband.
After looking for inspiration on the internet I chose the idea of creating a family picture made up of our names. Using scrabble pieces to spell them out and linking them up was a perfect choice because he loves the board game. Continue reading “DIY: Personalised Gift”
We have a very small garden because whoever builds houses these days obviously assumes that no modern day person likes to do gardening (???) So I make the most out of the small space we have and I have discovered a passion for something Continue reading “Garden Ideas”
As Spring is here (apparently) we decided to make our little one his very own garden for him to dig and play in, so he had his own little area to have fun and to also stop him destroying all my flower beds! Continue reading “Kid’s Garden Ideas”