How to make fake embroidered patches

Have you ever bought a pair of shoes that you don’t wear? My childhood trauma of never being able to buy shoes back home- I had huge feet that they didn’t stock sizes for (and had to shop overseas)- is making me overcompensate by being a total shoe fiend now. I have an entire cupboard of… 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 »

Round-up: Best jewellery dish DIYs

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Begging notice: I only have 2 followers at the moment, so any new ones would be loved to death! Recently, I re-discovered my cheese obsession. Not the best choice when trying to lose weight. However, I did read that eating cheese and butter actually HELPS weight loss because they’re so… Read more »

Top Tuesday: Best Spray Paint DIYs

I think spray paint is an amazing addition to the cupboard of any DIY-er/ crafter. It really gives a piece more oomph and makes it look more upmarket. And it’s so versatile! Unfortunately, it doesn’t make sense to get it if you only have 1 project to make so I thought a list of 3… Read more »

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  • Urban Makers East Pop-up at Fount London

    How often is too often? That’s a question that often stumps bloggers. Personally I find that posting more = more views but I’ve also heard some other bloggers say they don’t like visiting blogs which post every day as it’s a signal to them that the blogger isn’t spending enough quality time on each post…. Read more »

  • Stella McCartney Suspended Red Drop Earrings DIY

    What do you think of Stella McCartney? I’ll be totally honest and say I used to think her fame was more due to her background than her talent. However, lately I’ve seen quite a lot of her designs that I really like, so I guess I was wrong. Nonetheless, I still find her brand way… Read more »

  • Meet Becci who built an Instagram community of over 12,000 in less than a year!

    I’ve never been much of a kawaii fan (the “cute” phenomenon which is seen a lot in Japan, Korea and Taiwan) but I fell in love with Ellbie Co‘s Neon Light DIY kits on first sight! (Becci, the founder of Ellbie Co, came to 1 of my Maker & Friends pop-ups to do a workshop… Read more »

  • Turn your old electronics into earrings without tools

    What do you do with your old electronics? I have a TON lying around but taps, old washing machines and hard drives all have parts that can be turned into jewelry! (Or the parts are also very cheap and available at most hardware stores) Here’s an example of how I used rubber washers- used to… Read more »

  • How to make structural earrings without metalwork

    I was surfing Pinterest when I saw these amazing silver geometric earrings by Ute Deker. Unfortunately they were sculpted from silver, which is something I don’t do much. And much as I like supporting designer makers, they were several hundred quid, which is a little beyond my budget at the moment. So I saved the… Read more »

  • Fabric yarn necklace DIY

    How crazy do you go when you buy your craft supplies? I’ve recently become obsessed with fabric yarn DIYs- you’ll never guess how many rolls of T shirt yarn I have in my living room now (Go ahead and give me a number 🙂 ) Why is this of interest to you? Well, we’ll be… Read more »

  • Anthropologie crystal teardrop hoops DIY

    This is my month of Anthropologie DIYs so I hope you like the brand! It’s one of my favourites actually- I love its breezy bohemian feel, but sometimes the stuff is a littttttlle overpriced 🙂 Luckily, the jewellery is pretty easy to recreate 🙂 If you like Anthropologie but are not a jewelry fan, try… Read more »

  • A crafter in the Lake District

    Base: Grange Over Sands Why? It hosts the largest Art & Craft fair in Cumbria: Prom Art, with up to 80 stalls, held on the last Sunday of the month. (April to September)   Not to mention, it’s a cheap base to explore the Lake District so you can kill 2 birds with 1 stone! (A B… Read more »

  • Glastonbury style arm cuff DIY

    How do you define style? I’ve always thought that true style is timeless, so when I started this blog, I didn’t pay too much attention to trends and what’s fashionable. (Even today, i often post DIYs for designer pieces from a few years ago.) However, I have noticed that “current” posts, such as this yarn wall art &… Read more »

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