Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Scissors + Thread

Scroll to Info & Navigation

Gold Leather Hairpin | My Little Fabric
We’ve missed out on quite a few Quick Saturday Crafts, so here is one for Sunday night! Decorating hairpins is so easy and so much fun to wear when they look like this. Geometric shapes are everywhere at the moment but I seem to see them only in neon so this sweet pale pink/gold combo is really pretty. Of course you can make them in any colour you want - great to use up scraps of fabric you have left over!

Gold Leather Hairpin | My Little Fabric

We’ve missed out on quite a few Quick Saturday Crafts, so here is one for Sunday night! Decorating hairpins is so easy and so much fun to wear when they look like this. Geometric shapes are everywhere at the moment but I seem to see them only in neon so this sweet pale pink/gold combo is really pretty. Of course you can make them in any colour you want - great to use up scraps of fabric you have left over!

DIY Tea Bags | My Little Fabric
This website is in French, but I’m pretty sure it will be quite easy to make these. You can get plain DIY tea bags on craft sites such as Heirloom Body Care. I’m pretty sure all you need to do is cut your shape and then seal your tea bag with a hot iron. I particularly like the cloud tea bags, but the Christmas tree shaped ones would be great with a festive cup for a Christmas gift. Or even heart shaped tea bags for Valentine’s Day! For tea, try online or health food stores. And if you’re in Australia, T2 does really good tea blends!

DIY Tea Bags | My Little Fabric

This website is in French, but I’m pretty sure it will be quite easy to make these. You can get plain DIY tea bags on craft sites such as Heirloom Body Care. I’m pretty sure all you need to do is cut your shape and then seal your tea bag with a hot iron. I particularly like the cloud tea bags, but the Christmas tree shaped ones would be great with a festive cup for a Christmas gift. Or even heart shaped tea bags for Valentine’s Day! For tea, try online or health food stores. And if you’re in Australia, T2 does really good tea blends!