Are you tired of trying to find the perfect Christmas gift among the tones of commercial products offered in the stores? You want your gifts to be special, personalized, on a budget and preferably without having to visit those super crowded malls? Sure, you can do your Holiday shopping online and dig out one of… Continue reading 10 Creative DIY Christmas Gifts in a Jar You can Actually Make
Honey is one of nature’s miracles. It is a delicious ingredient in many foods, has antibacterial properties, works as a moisturizer when used in homemade cosmetics, soothes a cough or sore throat, and makes your tea beverage about 100times better both in taste and quality -and all that’s just scratching the surface really. Honey is… Continue reading Honey Infusions DIY
Stop! Don’t throw your kitchen scraps away; put them to work. I’ve got some brilliant ideas for your fruit and vegetable peels, so prepared to be amazed. Why use peels and scraps you may ask; because you are conscious about wasting food and because the peels of fruits and vegetables,specially organic grown, are filled with… Continue reading 9 Surprising Uses for your Fruit and Vegetable Peels
Nothing beats a handmade gift and when it comes to newborn babies, a baby afghan is the number one choice for me, so when occasion arises I’m more than happy to take my place in my favorite armchair and start working with my hooks and yarns. Pinterest is always a good source of inspiration and… Continue reading A Boho Chic Baby Blanket and an Unfinished Business
Who doesn’t love coming home to a nice-smelling space? A good home fragrance acts like an accessory and adds character, making your space feel extra homey.
Easter season is one of the best periods to visit south Europe. Nature is at it’s best, weather is mild, spring has sprung and Southerners know how to enjoy Easter and to be more specific I can’t really pick between Spanish Easter and Greek Easter. Good news is that I don’t have to choose because… Continue reading Two unique techniques to dye your Easter eggs
We all have doilies hidden in a corner of our closet or buried deep in the bottom of a drawer. A forgotten present from a forgotten aunt, dower from our mother, or in my case my beloved grandmas’ needlework, and boy she made a lot! Colours, patterns and sizes, countless perfect doilies awaiting there for… Continue reading 10 Creative ways to use your doilies