A new year, a new batch of wedding crafts over on Polka Dot Made! First cab off the rank is this free printable sign for your vintage-style photo booth. Grab it now!
How are you this fine Monday? I have to admit I’m struggling a little this morning after a very busy weekend. We picked up our new car and went for a couple of nice drives, enjoyed some family time...
I was recently invited by Houzz to be a part of their bloggers’ Christmas entertaining competition. Talk about flattering. Once I got over the flattery, though, I realised I had a week to pull together everything to transform our small living space...
Luke Simon Photography More DIY goodness from our wedding today, this time these potted branches and decorated twig balls. Click here to find out how I made them and used them in two different ways on the day.
I had recently heard about fillable baubles and got thinking about the possibilities. When I found them at the store, though, I was disappointed. There was a huge rim around the middle and they were made of thick plastic...
This post series has been a loooong time coming. The Man and I were married in September 2010 but I couldn’t show you any photos until they were published in Real Weddings in October 2011. Late last year I already had...

It’s been a while

Oh, hi there. Remember me? As regular readers will have no doubt noticed, a little while ago I rather abruptly went on a blogging break. I did so quietly, as I wasn’t quite sure at the time how I felt about...
Washi 1

Giant washi tape

I’m off galivanting around the world for a few weeks so I have lined up some some talented ladies to hold the fort while I’m gone. Hope you enjoy! + + + + + I’ve been lucky enough to work (and...
The Man and I fell in love with the Mortlock Chamber of the State Library of South Australia as soon as we saw photos of it. We kept researching venues because we felt we should be looking at all our options,...
No-sew table runner tutorial

No-sew table runner

I had upped the festive factor of our regular table centrepiece, but it still needed more oomph. I remembered that I’d inherited some great 80s patterned fabric (no, that’s not an oxymoron) from my mum’s fabric box (thanks, Ma!) that...