In the middle of a house renovation or about to get started on one? Our 5 tried and tested tools will help you DIY stress free!Read More
After most of my life being a bit useless with a drill, I finally went along to a DIY class and shocked myself by making this wooden planter. Classes are happening most weekends in Brighton, so if you’re local and interested, have a read…Read More
I’ve been wanting to bake a good ol’ classic country cake for a while now, so a few weekends ago I did it! So proud of how it turned out. This delicious country cake recipe incorporates not just sultanas in the base, but pecan nuts too! Enjoy…Read More
This year, to pause and really relish the Christmas season before it flies past us as fast as Santa's sleigh, I thought that a hand made advent calendar tailored to projects and Christmassy traditions would be ideal to bring Neil and I even closer together when trying out new projects and spreading joy to others during December.Read More
When you finish a pot of jam, a bottle of gin, or a jar of gherkins, what do you do with the empty pot? Often times I've thrown it straight into the recycling and not given it a second thought, but in more recent months I've started collecting used jars and bottles to repurpose them.Read More
As we live in a flat built in the late 1800s, our wiring behind the ceiling rose had just 2 wires not the standard 3, so we had to get a sparky in to rewire and fit it for us. She did an excellent job at a really low cost (£25). It's one thing to bear in mind if you're thinking of doing a DIY job. In a new build, or in houses post 1920s I'd imagine it would be fairly simple. But for the sake of £25, we felt a lot safer having an expert come in to take over. And a huge high five was in order at the fact our electrician was a woman. What a legend.
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