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It’s that time of year – when we take a look back and round up our favourites! Today, sharing our favourite DIY Christmas tutorials to really help you get in the Christmas spirit! Happy DIY’ing.CHOC-COCONUT CHRISTMAS PUDDING BALLS TUTORIALThese delicate little Christmas pudding balls are great as a treat with your cup of tea or

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A long time lover of herbs in bouquets it seemed the right time this month, being feasting month, to add some delectable vegetables to these lush bunches of blooms. If you’d like to get creative with your wedding bouquets, edible stems may be the way to go! Follow along with this easy tutorial to find

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As the temperature heats up, looking for beautiful and refreshing drinks for your guests is a must! This moreish pear and ginger homemade cordial is a gorgeous beverage and can be paired with chilled water, sparkling water or cocktails. With lashings of fresh ginger and mint, you’ll have guests asking for the recipe before you

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Celebrating all things Australiana this month means we’re covered everything from rustic styling to clean and modern outback settings! We adore all the homegrown beauty this theme has brought and today continue adding to it with these native plant seedlings, wrapped in a simple and natural hessian.For the plant lovers amongst us, this is double

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The simple Anzac biscuit is an Australian classic! Chewy and crunchy, golden and sweet, they’re often overlooked as an everyday staple. No more! Let me introduce you to the chocolate dipped Anzac cookie, a divine treat that is exactly as good as you remember, now dipped in chocolate!We’re always on the hunt for simple ways

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Hanging flowers from a chair, hanging flowers on the wall, hanging flowers down the aisle – it all sounds incredibly romantic, and these sweet spring wreaths are just the ticket! Once you’ve made one of these, you’ll be able to whip up many more, allowing you to hang flowers absolutely everywhere!Using the tiniest piece of

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Spring time can mean a million different things to a million different people, whether flowers come to mind or hay fever blurs every bloom! Bud vases are a beautifully delicate way to display all sorts of stems. Clay makes for a light and airy arrangement, perfectly suited for the romance of spring!Clay stem holders pressed

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Dyeing fabric to use as ribbon for your wedding adds such a sweet touch, I am as keen as mustard to show you how! Bind your invitations together with customised strips of linen or wrap small bunches of blooms for your guests, the options are limitless!For a stable colour, there is no doubt using a

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Photography by Jacinta MooreLooking for a sweet (and easy!) DIY project that will leave a big impression on your wedding guests We’ve seen acrylic cake toppers, drink stirrers and backdrop displays – but how about a little something more personalised for your family and friends? An acrylic coaster with your wedding guest’s name on it, that

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For all the plant lovers out there, this DIY succulent plant card tutorial is as easy as pie and BONUS, you will need to grab a few extra plants on your next trip to Bunnings! If you’re not only reasonably fond of a new plant or three and your friends fall in the same category,

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Bonbonnieres are a time old tradition that have been gracing the dinner tables of weddings and special events for as long as can be remembered. Originating in Italy, the tradition was a way to thank guests for their well wishes and their generosity of beautiful gifts. Five sugared almonds in a small bag or box

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Buttonholes can range from simple and classic to wild and colourful, whichever design you choose, making a statement on the grooms lapel. Dried buttonholes are perfect for a DIY bride who is looking to tick things off a to-do list in advance of the big day! Lasting and textural, these beauties will add an organic

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Chocolate fudge brownies with whiskey, you ask? Most certainly, yes! It is hard to know how the humble chocolatey brownie could be improved, and I would argue it is quite excellent as is. However, if you’re planning on making something extra special for your groom or the bridal party, a dash of whiskey in the

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With the cooler weather finally here and a smorgasbord of winter wedding ideas beginning to swirl about, toffee apples seemed like just the thing for a delicious DIY. Not the easiest, but impressive in looks and styling, caramel apples look gorgeous on a winter dessert table – or as name tag holders.With full disclosure, my

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Personalising gifts for your guests is a super easy thing to do and these sweet clay initial ornaments are the loveliest little present for your nearest and dearest! Perfect for all guests, bridal showers or the kiddies table (hello Christmas in July!), you can customise these tags with initials, names, shapes and colours.These personalised wedding

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