It really is as easy as one, two, three to make your own washi tape
This project will take more time, but you’ll be rewarded with a unique wall decoration. You can also apply this technique to the area around a doorframe.
These coasters look just like old-fashioned Polaroid photos.
Write your guests’ names or a beautiful quote on your placemats to make everyone feel special.
This gift is perfect for the one with the sweet tooth in your family.
This is a charming way for you to say thank you to your guests.
Use old stamps to make this gift.
This decoration is quick and easy to do. Place it above your bed, or in your entrance hall.
This stylish, colourful chest of drawers is sure to become one of the most talked about items in your home.
A simple bookmark you can make at home.
If you never have enough storage space for your shoes, you will love this!
Use fabric remnants, for example those left over from the quilt, to cover polystyrene letters.
Add some flair to your kitchen with these pot holders.
This headboard will place you in the league of a top furniture designer.
An Advent calendar and mini Christmas tree in one.
A one-stop place where you can plan your day.
Perfect for your shoe-loving friend.
A good present for somebody who often lends out books.
Be adventurous and have some fun with a bit of paper.
Use fabric remnants to cover polystyrene letters.
Make large and small chandeliers, as you prefer, and hang them above the tables.
You need very little to put together this striking paper wreath.
This bag of Bar-One biscuits is perfect as a house warming.
This gift is perfect for the braaier in the family.
Give a standard pine workbench a cheerful new look with paint and paper.
You will need
Decorate a bare wall with motifs cut from cardboard boxes.
Use leftover scrapbooking paper to decorate a table.
Perforated stack heel shoe white, Daniella Michelle (R659)
Printed scuba skirt black/white, Style Republic (R230)
Croc trapeze bag black, G-Couture (R595)
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