There was a period of a few months after I’d given birth where I just didn’t leave the house. I’d … Continue reading Latest Thrifty Finds
Since as long as I can remember I’ve loved the thrill of the chase, the hunt for gems in charity shops. Hopping from one to another until a shining beauty is found that I can hold aloft and proclaim that it only cost me 50p. Because I, ladies & gentlemen, love a good bargain.
Something quick & simple I made the other night. It was a bit fiddly and took more time than I remembered but I like the look of it 🙂
If you are anything like me you hoard things just incase you need them… If you’re not like that then I urge you to try it; it makes making stuff so much easier! Continue reading “Zero Waste & Low Cost Mother’s Day”
Wrapping paper can be cheap and made at home. Just saying.
Whether you want to try printing at home to pass the time or to create gifts for your loved ones; printing with vegetables and other items sourced from your home is both inexpensive and creative way to create prints.
A post where crochet and upcycling meet and really compliment each other