Introducing Mollie Makes Christmas 2, the festive magazine packed with over 105 Christmas craft ideas and DIYs including crochet, sewing, weaving, knitting and upcycling projects. What’s more, inside you’ll get quality pull-out cards and gift tags to send and share. Order Mollie Makes Christmas 2 and treat your family and friends (and future self) to a… Continue reading
At Danielle’s bright, pastel-inspired home, Christmas is a kitsch family affair. Take the tour and get ideas for how to have a very kitschy Christmas.
Welcome the festive season with a partridge in a pear tree Christmas wreath and 104 more festive ideas in Mollie Makes issue 59. This issue also comes with 2 free gifts: a 2016 calendar including 12 craft projects by Emily Quinton and a set of calligraphy stickers by Lamplighter London. Get our festive issue on Thursday,… Continue reading
Get the crème de la crème of vintage décor ideas in our How to get the Vintage Look series starting with doilies. Plus get ideas for how to decorate for the festive season!
Make a felt Christmas tree fairy and other Christmas decorations with the first festive issue of Mollie Makes. This issue also comes with a Winter Homestyle magazine with 38 quick and easy ways to update your home for Christmas, 8 festive pull-out papers to wrap Christmas advent presents, plus a mini wooden loom so you… Continue reading
Ever wondered what to do with those beautiful, heartfelt Christmas cards when the festive season is over? PaperShaker, a design-led luxury cards company who personalise the memorable moments in life, has the perfect crafty solution to give your cards a second life. PaperShaker shows us how to upcycle Christmas cards and turn them into celebratory New… Continue reading
It’s time to put up the tree and make DIY Christmas decorations! Here’s a simple origami star tutorial for the whole family that you can whip up using paper scraps or last year’s Christmas gift wrap.
When it comes to Christmas gift tags, we’ve all done it – for want of a creative solution (and time), we’ve hastily scribbled our recipient’s name on our lovingly wrapped gift just as we head out the door. If only we’d found these guys first!
Why stick to the traditional red, green and gold palette? This year we’re experimenting with mixing up candy brights and sugar-sweet pastels for a tasty twist on festive decorating. Throw in a few splashes of metallics and you’ve got the ideal recipe for a merry and bright home.
Vintage papers come into their own with this sweet and delicate demo. Today’s guest-blogger, Sarah Fielke is primarily a quilter, teacher and fabric designer with three books to her name including Material Obsession, but like most of us, she dabbles in a few crafts. This one makes the most of old books – or you could even use Christmas wrapping paper.