One more day to go until Christmas! On this day I like to prepare the Christmas table and go into our garden to find natural Christmas table decorations. These are beautiful, inexpensive and environmental friendly! I use ilex and branches from the bay leaf tree to create a centerpiece (just place the branches casually on the middle of the table
I am loving these gingerbread gift tags! These are something different than the usual gift tags. Kids will love them as they can eat the gift tags after opening the presents! You can find instructions on how to make these here on Honestly Yum.
Every season my son and I create a seasonal table. Over the years we have collected lots of props and for our Autumn table we used wooden and ceramic mushrooms, wooden animals and things we found in nature. I do not talk about crafting, kids activities, books we like etc on The Style Files very often but I have created
How are you? I hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe. These are crazy times: suddenly we find ourselves stuck at home, homeschooling kids and worrying about things most of us never had to worry about before. It will take some time to adjust and find a way to cope with this ‘new normal’. I try
Happy Easter everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. We always put a lot of effort into decorating the Easter breakfast table. I will certainly be making these bunny ear napkins that I found on My Scandinavian Home. You can find instructions here.
How cute are these tiny houses by Dutch designer Jurianne Matter?! HEIM is a village of 12 highly diverse houses: traditional, urban, rural, cosy and old but also contemporary and modern. They are genuinely prefab: pre-punched, pre-creased and with windows that have already been broken out. Even the interior walls have been provided with wallpaper in a trendy black &
Aren’t these diy clay and driftwoods spoons gorgeous?! You can read the instructions for how to make these beautiful spoons here on Fall for DIY.
This lovely DIY project is from Rachel Mae Smith’s new book ‘Hello Color, 25 Bright Ideas for DIY Decor’. The book is conveniently Divided into four chapters covering each room in your home: The Living Room, The Dining Room, The Kitchen and The Bedroom. The wooden hangers from The Bedroom chapter are created by using temporary tattoos. You can find
This macramé bag is a fun and not to difficult diy project for this summer. You can find the instructions here on A Pair and A Spare.