No tools boho hoop earrings

This DIY is so easy yet makes such a statement that I think it’s my favourite one so far 🙂 You need zero tools and zero DIY skills to make it! And you only need 2 ingredients: a packet of eyepins a pair of hoop earrings   Step 1: Open the hoop earrings. Divide the… Read more »

Lulu Frost inspired bling bracelet: 10 min DIY

I have a train in 30 minutes but this DIY is so easy that I managed to knock it up before heading off (to Winchester!) So why not give it a go and make your own Lu Lu Frost Ladyship bracelet? Here’s the original for reference (I actually got confused and thought this was the… Read more »

Top Tuesday: 10 best statement jewelry

To post or not to post. That is the question. I once read that Pete Cashmore posted up to 6 times a day when he first started Mashable. So obviously I had to 1 up him and post SEVEN times when I rebooted Hapiness, Wherever. Of course, that didn’t last 😛 It dwindled, but posting… Read more »

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  • How to make a statement ring with only wire

    I’m going to share a secret. When I was selling my jewelry in Angel Islington through my pop-up Makers & Friends, rings were my bestseller, in particular this design that I’m going to share with you today. It was so popular, I sold over 20 pieces (basically I sold out!) and 1 girl even came back… Read more »

  • Mother’s Day/ Easter Card DIY

    What with both Mother’s Day and Easter on the horizon, there’s certainly no lack of occasion to make and give cards! And you know what they say about handmade gifts (NOT that your cheap but that you took the time to make something personal!!) So today’s DIY is a very simple and chic gift card…. Read more »

  • 12 Handmade Mother’s Day Gifts

    If your Mom loves something with a special touch, why not give her something handmade or make her something yourself? Here are 12 amazing gifts under £40, comprising both creations by talented designer-makers in London as well as DIY tutorials that you can put a personal touch on. And don’t forget the card! Here’s an… Read more »

  • Making a necklace from old T-shirts

    Did you know you can make jewelry from old T shirts? Yup, the very height of sustainable fashion! There are a ton of tutorials on this online so I’m not going to focus too much on it (google “How to make T Shirt yarn”)- you basically cut the T-shirt into a long length of thick… Read more »

  • Brighton: Where to get beads & other DIY supplies

    Brighton is a mecca for all crafters, DIY-ers and creatives. Choc full of independent shops selling handmade items, it has such a fun and bohemian vibe (if you are in the right parts! I loved it as a child, admit to being less than impressed the first time I went back as an adult, but… Read more »

  • 18 most popular DIYs of 2016

    Boho was the theme of 2016- at least in the context of this blog! Looking back at the most popular DIYs of the year  (not too bad as it’s only the end of February- for 2014, I only published the top DIYs post in September 2015 and in 2016, I totally forgot about 2015! Guessing… Read more »

  • How to make a punk rock style ring with no tools

    I’ve always been a big fan of studs and spikes, but more so now that i’ve gone pink (hair-wise). And somehow the pink hair makes me feel like I need to wear lots of rings – which I used to eschew because of my man-hands (sigh). Just last week, I posted a super easy tutorial… Read more »

  • How to sew a fabric flower (with Sewing Quarter)

    Today was my first time at the Knitting and Stitching Show, Olympia, London. It was pretty similar to the Exeter Stitching, Sewing & Hobbycrafts show (reviewed here) – which stands to reason since they’re organised by the same group and have the same theme- but this show was much larger (a more detailed review will… Read more »

  • Santa Maria Novella Lip Balm Idratante Labbra Review

    If it’s good enough for royalty, it should be good enough for me. Except, not really. Santa Maria Novella is a brand which traces its origins back to 1221 in Florence, eventually creating an essence for Caterina de Medici, who eventually became Queen of France. Such a long and wonderful history certainly gives the brand… Read more »

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