11 posts tagged fellow fellow
After finally recovering from my cold, I was hit with a cold, steely determination: I will make a non-scented, nourishing lip balm! I am at the best of times very picky about what I put on my lips - not too sticky, not too sweet or pungent, nothing that has nasty chemicals in it that dry out my lips and force me to constantly re-apply. And when you’re sick I think all of the things that irritate you multiply by 100%. So as I said, I was determined to find a natural recipe not only for when I’m sick and a huge sook, but also for everyday use. This basic one from Fellow Fellow is great and you can just eliminate the scent to be super natural. You will know exactly what’s in it and for me, that makes me feel better about putting it on my face!
I was in two minds about starting to post Christmas DIYs in October, but then I realised - there’s only 5 pay days left! Yikes! So starting on craft seems like a pretty good idea to me. What I like the most about these little ornaments is the fact that they’re so easy to customise - you could make them with everyone’s name, little painted portraits, etc. A fun project to include little ones into too!
While y’all are sweating it up there in the Northern hemisphere, it’s freezing down here! But I love it, bring me rain any day! There’s nothing better than lying in bed, reading a book. I usually have a hot water bottle, but lately I’ve been burning my hands filling them up, so I think popping something like this heat pack in my bed before I get in is the way to go. Of course, you can also use these for aches, pains, etc. Just make sure you put a glass of water in the microwave with your heatpack when you heat it up so you don’t burn the rice.
Time for a super quick DIY that looks super cute too! And how do you get these little perfect circles? With those sticky dots you attach to your folders! So clever. Just try not to go overboard adding spots to everything in your house!
This gorgeous gold and pom pom necklace screams ‘Winter’ to me! This would go perfectly with my new black and white spot jumper. Now I just need the weather to cool down enough to wear it. In the mean time i’ll just have to make this necklace and store it til Winter!
These cute little stamps are carved out of erasers! I did something very similar in math class in school. Needless to say, I didn’t do very well in maths. Carving stamps from erasers is a pretty cheap way of creating your own, but I would suggest you buy yourself a proper carving tool and not using your fingernails as I did! Use your new little house stamp to make cards, decorate bags, make wrapping paper… go crazy!
Here’s another fantastic print from Fellow Fellow, this time a great reminder on embracing the now! Available in three colours, you can frame it, stick it on a plain notebook or even print it off small and add it to a keychain!
It’s always good to have some printable tags saved on your computer for those ‘emergency present’ times! And these ones are incredibly pretty too. Check out the rest of Fellow Fellow for some more lovely downloads too.
DIY Dot Wall | Fellow Fellow
Washi Tape is available everywhere these days and in so many different colours and patterns. If you’re trying to find an easy way to decorate your wall, this is perfect. I would love to do these in gold, pale pink and mint.
DIY Houses By Night | Fellow Fellow
If you’ve ever been overseas, I’m pretty sure you would have pictures of amazing buildings from your travels. But once you come home, the pictures probably sit on your computer, languishing in their folder! Wouldn’t this be an amazing way to display them? Plus: great conversation piece! Just follow the image guide and you’re on your way to some great art with special memories.
Neon Edge Pinboard | Fellow Fellow
I have a lot of pictures for my ‘home inspiration’… but they’re all in a folder, which means I find it hard to get inspiration from them! I think I need a pin board like this. Plus on the same site I found this project for glittery pins which I think I need to make too!