If you have access to a sewing machine, cushion covers have to be one of your first projects while learning to sew. There are no seams showing (so not as much pressure to sew in a straight line), only 4 edges and if you are tricky about which technique you use you can get away without knowing how to sew in a zipper.
Although Melbourne Cup day and the racing season has now been and gone, I thought I would share a DIY for a floral fascinator as a part of Fizzle Out’s summer DIY series, as you never know when you might need piece of new headwear.
We recently attended Kris’ brother’s wedding, and the dress code stated ‘hats encouraged’, so of course I couldn’t miss out on the opportunity to don some fancy headwear.
Neon colours are perfect for summertime, and a small splash of neon in your house can brighten the whole place up and make it feel fun.
The second DIY in Fizzle Out’s summertime DIY series shows you how to make a macrame plant hanger. Macrame is showing up all over blogs and pinterest, and has always fascinated me, so when I came across a tutorial by the people blogging for Element Eden I thought it was the perfect opportunity to give it a try.
Want to learn how to make a fun summer skirt at little expense and using only basic sewing skills?
Welcome to the first of my new summer DIY series. Summertime feels like it is made for DIY, the long days, minimal responsibilities and amazing summer energy gets my creativity going. If you are looking for fun little projects to make over summer, keep an eye on Fizzle Out over the next few months.
Neon is having a moment all over blog land, and I have noticed my pinterest boards slowly being overcome with bright colours.
I just can’t go past the way a splash of neon can light up an outfit, brighten up a room or add a fresh summery vibe to anything it touches.
Needless to say, when it came time to choose paint for my latest DIY project, I couldn’t go past the brightest neon yellow that I could find in Bunnings.