Make incense burners by decorating glasses with coloured paper and a collection of embellishments.
Glass jars and our labels will give your shelves an organised and attractive look.
Use these quick and clever ideas to give your fabric remnants new purpose.
This is a charming way for you to say thank you to your guests.
A plain Chinese paper lantern is transformed when covered with beautiful paper roses.
A simple bookmark you can make at home.
If you never have enough storage space for your shoes, you will love this!
Give your table setting a floral touch with this handmade flower.
Leave the plastic Christmas tree in the cupboard this year and make one of these lovely wooden trees for your home.
Whether you’re binding a book yourself, or just covering one, it’s always wonderful to have something beautiful to write in.
Invite Mother Nature in with butterflies ‘flying’ on the wall behind the table.
These chocolate baubles will bring joy to children and adults alike.
An Advent calendar and mini Christmas tree in one.
Count down the days to Christmas with this lovely Advent calendar.
Instead of tags, use little illustrations on your boxes for a fun alternative.
Perfect for your shoe-loving friend.
These little crocheted frames are a unique way to display special pictures.
A good present for somebody who often lends out books.
Be adventurous and have some fun with a bit of paper.
Make mirrors from your vintage plates and group them together on a wall as a feature.
You need very little to put together this striking paper wreath.
Make a fortune cookie out of paper.
This is a good way to wrap a book such as a diary.
This bag of Bar-One biscuits is perfect as a house warming.
This gift is perfect for the one with the sweet tooth in your family.
Give bought candles texture and a touch of romance with this easy technique.
For window dressing with more than a hint of whimsy, make a blind from postcards and photographs.
Two oversized pin boards were covered with black-and-white photos printed on
fabric. This display does not take up much space, plus it’s a functional addition to the room.
Every little girl dreams of owning a doll’s house. This one is easy to make and quick to assemble.
Blue Bird Tea Light Holder, Treasury (R160)
One-shoulder Drape Dress Silver, Isabel De Villiers (R460)
Green Daisy Tea Pot, Treasury (R206)
Medium Rabbit Grey, Broc Design (R195)
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