Welcome to 2016, crafters. Our first issue of the year is out today and includes 103 ideas you’ll love. This issue also comes with a free wooden template and paper stack to make origami gems, plus 8 pull-out posters and love notes to spread Valentine’s, Gal-entine’s and anti-Valentine’s sentiments. Find us in all good newsagents… Continue reading
Get out the power tools – we’re taking cross stitch to the next level with Audrey Smit’s chunky industrial stitched stool
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.
You could interpret ‘vintage look’ in many ways when styling your home, but all that’s really required is a love for all things old which were well-loved. This theme of preloved items full of character runs through the homes featured in Mollie Makes magazine and we can’t wait to show you a handful of them…. Continue reading
Draped over the back of contemporary sofas or piled high on the reading chair: here’s how to get the vintage look with crochet blankets.
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!
Chandeliers – super-glitzy ceiling show-offs suitable only for castle-like abodes, right? Maybe not any more… We’ve noticed that chandeliers are making their way out of the ballroom and have become a very make-able accessory for homes of all sizes, as well as parties, weddings and other special days. Light up your life with a DIY chandelier…
Freshen up your creative space with Rose & Grey. Add character and factory charm to your workspace with these fabulous vintage-inspired pieces. Think cold concrete mixed with pretty pastels, practical dungarees with a flirty fitted edge and neon wireframes.
“I need to go to IKEA, let’s make a weekend of it!” We got it bad! Our partners can confirm this quote is not an exaggeration but instead an accurate indication of how much time we’re willing to spend in the store. In our defence, they do put the clocks back, dim the lights (so… Continue reading
This month we’re obsessing about anatomy and we’d like to give you a heads up (ahem) on textile designer and mastermind behind two awesome anatomy cushions, Helen of Nelly’s Treasures. Bookmark this craft business, peeps!