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DIY Succulent Warmer Tutorial

The weather is changing with Easter approaching once again. It's the time of year when there is a silent victim, suffering sadly with neglect. Sure they are hardy and don't need much attention to survive, but succulents deserve love and warmth just as much as your ferns and creepers do, don't they? I challenge you to STAND up for succulents' rights and make a statement. Give your little green friend's the love they deserve this coming winter and make them their own woolly weather warmers. Junior Homely Creature 'Eve' has put together this adorable DIY succulent warmer tutorial just for you. The perfect project for your Easter break! Design One: Succulent Bag with Knitted panelling (L.H.S of image above) Medium...

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Little kids, big kids!

I don't have any kids myself but I'm a self confessed big kid! I love cute, whimsical or colourful things and believe that pint-sized people shouldn't be the only ones who are allowed be surrounded with them. If something makes me smile, so what if I found it in the 'kid's section' of my favourite gift store! Step aside nagging toddlers, I want one of those adorable bunny lamps too, only I have grown-up money and am tall enough to reach over the counter! Life is too important to be taken seriously and I think Peter Pan has it just about right. So I've put together a wee collection of my favourite nostalgic homewares that make me smile. Which one...

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DIY Fawn Cushion / Pillow by Homely Creatures

A little surprise for you today - that's right, I'm giving away my trade secrets! The Homely Creatures fawn cushion is one of our most popular products but today I am walking you through how to make your very own cute creature cushion! You will need: At least 60 x 110 cm piece of cotton canvas material A pencil and some A3 paper A black Sharpie pen or fabric paint Fabric scissors 10-20 safety pins A sewing machine, complete with white cotton Stuffing / wadding Needle and white cotton thread DIY Instructions: 1. On an A3 sheet of paper, sketch out your character. It might not be a fawn - maybe your favourite animal is a cat. Tip: If you...

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