This gift will be perfect for a loved one with green thumbs.
This charming cat will keep your door open on windy days.
At least the strawberries are healthy!
Make indulgent beauty products from natural ingredients and save money while pampering yourself.
Old mirrors are part of the vintage trend, but you can also give a new mirror an antique look. Remember, however, that you will be using strong chemicals, so be careful.
Try this recipe if you have a gluten allergy or intolerance in the family.
What you eat and drink can affect your sleep quality.
Make it easy for each guest to keep track of where their glass is.
Our 9 rules for strong, healthy tresses.
This stunning window dressing is easily sewn together with a mix of cotton print fabric and lace. The patchwork technique consists of a ‘picture frame’ around the main block.
This is a very easy project, even if you have not done mosaic before. Use a pretty old plate that is chipped or cracked.
Create these gorgeous tiles using a stencil and acrylic paste. You could even use this technique on a wall in your home, because the adhesive in the paste allows it to stick to smooth surfaces.
The perfect dish to kick-start your day.
Use these quick and clever ideas to give your fabric remnants new life.
We embellished a coffee table with a stencil. Follow our steps to cut your own.
Have a right royal time with a modern take on a British themed recipe.
Use old stamps to make this gift.
We used the same piece of fabric to make over this old dining-room chair’s seat and backrest.
Turn your old plates into kitchen clocks.
With this lovely box shelf you’ll never lose your place in your book again!
Make lacy bunting flags in oversized stitches and hang them wherever you like.
This decoration is quick and easy to do. Place it above your bed, or in your entrance hall.
This pickled fish will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 6 months.
Called the ‘king of herbs’ by the French, culinary tarragon is an aromatic herb with a distinct aniseed flavour.
You can create many lovely things with resin – especially if you make your own moulds. Here are a few good ideas.
A plain Chinese paper lantern is transformed when covered with beautiful paper roses.
This stylish, colourful chest of drawers is sure to become one of the most talked about items in your home.
Your children will love helping you build and decorate these adorable Hansel and Gretel houses.
This project will keep your baby enthralled, but it’s equally suited to adding flair to your home or patio.
These crates double as storage space for toys, and seating around a small table.
Earrings Mid Blue, Style Republic (R200)
Ceramic lilypad soap dish, Rondavel (R120)
High-waisted Skirt Multi-colour, Loin Cloth & Ashes (R1 160)
Green Meadow Garden Gloves, Die Spiegelburg (R175)
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