It’s time to say goodbye to the flower wall and hello to the new wall on the block, the donut wall. A wall you can actually eat! Yep the donut wall has taken over our Instagram feeds ladies.
As I am always entertaining at home dessert options can be a little hard I mean how many cheesecakes can I put out on the regular??
Christmas in July seems to be a thang! I mean, for me personally, getting one Christmas together is hard enough, let alone two – that’s a no from me. But if you’re keen to carry on the Christmas spirit for those who are celebrating Christmas in July, why not get a little creative and attempt my DIY Christmas Bon Bons?
We all know a table is not complete without everyone’s favourite bon bons. I find the hats and bad dad jokes a little terrible to be honest, and let’s not even talk about the terrible prize on the inside. But still, they’re tradition, right? These bon bons are more for a girly Christmas get together, but you can put anything in them to suit your guest’s personalities.
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Who doesn’t love a beautiful soap? I find the best ones at local markets when I go away on a little staycation. Soaps make amazing features in the bathroom or in your linen draw or even a brilliant little last minute gift for a loved one. As you all know I am loving a DIY lately so enjoy my DIY soaps below- it’s so easy ladies.
What you need:
• 6 pack of plain soap. I got mine for $2 from Coles.
• Candle/Soap moulds (could also use a muffin tray)
• Dry flowers (I used some dry lavender I had laying around the house) Fresh flowers, rose petals would look so pretty.
• Diffuser oil (Euphoria) scent of choice lovelies.
I finally decided to attempt a DIY project this year. I’d initially planned to gift them to my friends. But one day an idea just popped into my head, to do something for my furry friends.
I found these awesome globes on eBay, which were only $1 each with free postage. They arrived within two weeks of purchase, which was very impressive. I also purchased some red gingham ribbon, as I love old-school Xmas style. Again, this was only $1.09 for 25 yards, which was more than enough for my little DIY project.
As I am a huge cat lover, I thought I would fill the globes up with dry biscuits, because what kitty doesn’t love biscuits?