Tag: craft

Isolation Post #2

Ok things are getting a bit out of hand here.. I thought I’d be making a whole lot more than I am, instead my brain has gone into overdrive and I have SO many ideas, like, so many.. it’s all very exciting! Problem is… Continue Reading “Isolation Post #2”

Shadow Box for Mother’s Day

My adorable 6 year old gave me a shadow box for Mother’s Day which is such a sweet and thoughtful gift! It’s also full of pink sequins and kind of hideous, so I asked him if I could decorate it. He was totally cool… Continue Reading “Shadow Box for Mother’s Day”

Gumnut Faeries

My son Oscar found these little gumnuts at his school and immediately I saw little faery hats. I began collecting more when I caught the attention of two young school girls who were very interested in what I was doing. When I told them… Continue Reading “Gumnut Faeries”

2018 in pictures

2018 has been a really productive year for my art and I’m proud as punch to see how far I’ve come in these past 10 years. That’s right, back in 2008 I had my first exhibition and started sharing my work under the studio… Continue Reading “2018 in pictures”

‘Dream Catcher’ M+P Soap

After making my very first ever batch of soap and still feeling productive.. I washed everything and jumped head first into another batch I wanted to try out. Lavender, Chamomile and Bergamot ‘Dream Catcher’ Soap For this soap I wanted to blend calming, relaxing… Continue Reading “‘Dream Catcher’ M+P Soap”

Beginner’s guide to Melt and Pour soap

Making soap is one of those things I’ve wanted to try for a long time but the whole corrosive acid thing kinda scared me off. But recently I started looking into it and it didn’t seem so scary afterall. What’s even better is you… Continue Reading “Beginner’s guide to Melt and Pour soap”

Karma Stars and building wells in Cambodia

I have an amazing friend who has been raising money to build wells in rural Cambodia, enabling the people in remote villages access to clean water. So far she has funded 13 wells and counting.. I’m so proud to know such wonderful people! Of… Continue Reading “Karma Stars and building wells in Cambodia”

Christmas Crafternoon with Kids

It’s that time again.. Christmas is coming! Yeah! As you may know I’m a sucker for Christmas crafts and getting right into the spirit of it. This year we have our very first (big) Christmas Tree! Our little man is 3 1/2 now so… Continue Reading “Christmas Crafternoon with Kids”

Recycling Ideas for the Art Studio

I’m really passionate about our planet and doing my bit for the environment. You don’t have to be a full blown eco warrior hippie to make a difference, but if we all make an effort then little by little I truly believe that together we can… Continue Reading “Recycling Ideas for the Art Studio”

DIY Upcycled Drawers for Baby

My husband was going to get rid of this little chest of drawers. I could see they had the potential to be.. better. So I claimed them. A coat of paint and some new knobs is about all I needed, and as we have… Continue Reading “DIY Upcycled Drawers for Baby”

A Guide to Making Bath Tea

  A few years back I handmade all my Christmas gifts and for my sister I made some bath tea. It’s a sweet little idea that I’d been meaning to write about in detail and I’ve finally remembered to actually do it. These little… Continue Reading “A Guide to Making Bath Tea”

Making your own Wedding Invitations, is it worth it?

When we planned our wedding last year, like most, we had a strict budget to stick to. We needed to work out exactly what our priorities were and expensive wedding invitations were not one of them. ‘ It’s how much per invitation? And RSVP… Continue Reading “Making your own Wedding Invitations, is it worth it?”

Magical Fairy Gift Box

I absolutely love custom jobs that spark new ideas. This job was one of those. The ideas were endless and they just kept coming, and evolving.. I freakin love that! I had to stop myself from going overboard, and instead the inspiration began to pour out… Continue Reading “Magical Fairy Gift Box”

Making Dream Catchers Tutorial

I was recently asked by a friend to make a dream catcher for her son, who has been having bad dreams. I was so glad she asked! Of course I would. Dream catchers have been on my ‘to do’ list for a long time… Continue Reading “Making Dream Catchers Tutorial”

Where Magic Happens

I love the opportunity to sticky beak into other artist’s work spaces, to peek inside the room or space where all the magic happens, see what inspires, how their studio reflects them and their art and how they manage work flow. There’s 2 main types… Continue Reading “Where Magic Happens”

2014 The year I became a sculptor

I have noticed a few artists like to reflect back on the past year and see how their art has developed from previous years. I find it quite interesting but never really bothered to try it myself. well, until today. And the results were somewhat unexpected.… Continue Reading “2014 The year I became a sculptor”

4 Simple Ideas for Christmas Craftyness

Hello, my name is Becky and I’m a craftaholic. So when it comes to things like Christmas I always get me craft on. Last year I hand made everyone’s presents which you can read about here. There was no way in hell I was going to… Continue Reading “4 Simple Ideas for Christmas Craftyness”

My Little Poby

‘Toy to the World’ is a custom toy design project and charity event held in Melbourne. I have posted about this event a few times which you can read about here and see my submissions for last years exhibition here. Well it was on once… Continue Reading “My Little Poby”

Made with love ‘n’ stuff – 6 Budget DIY Gift Ideas

So Christmas is over for another year, and as promised I can now share with you all the pressies I hand made! To see what I made my dad, and read about my whole DIY gift idea ramblings, click here. I won’t go into great… Continue Reading “Made with love ‘n’ stuff – 6 Budget DIY Gift Ideas”

Christmas Handmade – Gifts for dad

This Christmas I’m making all my gifts by hand. There’s a few reasons behind this crazy idea.. firstly, I’ve got a few months maternity leave left and lets face it – I really can’t afford to splash out on presents. Another reason is it’s… Continue Reading “Christmas Handmade – Gifts for dad”