I love the rawness of this weeks post. It’s such a simple idea which needs very little work, and it doesn’t even need hanging up! Just prop it up against a wall, so its easy to move when you get bored with your room layout!
A word of warning though if you have youngsters, make sure there are no splinters, other wise it could be OUCH!
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This week im feeling romantic…Its 9 days until my sister gets married! It’s all very exciting and nerve-wracking!
I just recently held her a vintage-ish tea party for her hen do, I promise I will share some pics soon, although I will pre warn you now I didn’t have time to take many as I had so much to do.
To be honest I cheated when I came to sugar cubes on the day and just bought a small box from Tesco’s, having never bought sugar cubes before this in itself was quite exciting…yes I really did find buying sugar cubes exciting, oh dear! But had I of seen this before, it could have been a lovely addition to the table!
What could be sweeter than a little bit of love in you tea?!
This tutorial and images are from a lovely blog www.niftythriftythings.com
Today I am feeling quite awful with a cold (oh i know… awwww!), so doing a little bit of browsing for this weeks Thrifty Thursday post has been a lovely escape from feeling sorry for myself!
This week find comes from buzzfeed.com and is a list of really great thrifty projects for you undertake. My favorites are:
This weeks Thrifty Thursday post comes from a brilliant blog called design sponge.This blog is great for inspirational design! I absolutely love colour and pattern, and because of this, i find vintage scarves a real joy. The different designs can be purchased relatively cheaply, and the colour’s and patterns just completely pop when used together in an idea like this. I love the light quality that comes through these vintage scarf curtains, its very dreamy and relaxing! Maybe not practical for a sleeping space, but for living areas this would be a great alternative to costly, and heavy, imposing curtains!