Decorating On A Budget

20 Jul 19
Cassie Says ...

This Jersey girl has officially moved west to the desert. The best thing about working in football is that it can take you to wonderful new places that you never imagined you’d live! So what do you do when you are moving from one side of the country, to the entirely opposite end and don’t […]

20 Jul 19
My Life. My Migraine.

If you had to pick out 10 things that made it incredibly clear you’re the grown up in the room, what would they be?
Here’s a look into my top 10 signs that you might be turning into a full blown adult.

20 Jul 19
My cool blog 6179

12 Truths Regarding Inside Designers Everybody Assumes Hold True 1. Inside Designers Do The Same Thing As Interior Architects A great deal of people are confused by the various job titles there remain in the style sector. However, a very typical error is to believe that indoor designers and interior architects do the very same […]

20 Jul 19
Rachel Coverdale

Many mums, dads, grandparents and carers who are lucky enough to be off work when their children are off school, love school holidays, but at the same time, they may be worried too. What will the weather be like? How can I think of something to entertain the kids every single day? How much is […]

20 Jul 19
Tired But Crafty Mummy

Yesterday, Rory broke up for the Summer Holidays.  We both love a little challenge and so we decided to come up with a list of things to do during the Summer.  This was inspired by our Reconnecting with Autumn adventures.  We had such a fantastic time doing lots of Autumn activities and ticking them off […]

20 Jul 19
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Who – One of your very first wedding-planning jobs is ahead up with an initial visitor checklist. Many choices you will make regarding your wedding will rely on the variety of visitors you expect to go to. This is your wedding and you likely wish to share it with the globe, or at least with […]

20 Jul 19
VamosReal.com

Stylish Dormitory Decorations to Make It Feel Like Property   Any dorm room is usually a place that you spend enough time in as well as which might say to a lot about your personality. Causeing the room feel as if home is tough especially if you do not have too much money. But we […]

20 Jul 19
My cool blog 6179

12 Facts About Inside Designers Everybody Assumes Are True 1. Inside Designers Do The Same Thing As Interior Architects A great deal of people are perplexed by the several job titles there remain in the layout industry. However, a very common error is to assume that interior developers and also indoor designers do the very […]

19 Jul 19
My cool blog 6179

10 Ways to Develop Your Dream Home In life, all of us have objectives. Whether they're for your profession or your kids, it's only natural to go through life considering what you want to achieve and how you wish to live. One of the most common objectives that the majority of us have, is to […]

19 Jul 19
Rita Williams Merchandising Plus

by: Carole Hawkins Rita Williams thinks fast, talks fast, works fast. When movers unload furniture to decorate her model home slower than she’d like, she jumps in and grabs stuff to bring in. “I’m a control freak, I admit it,” she said, blending the sentence seamlessly with six others before it. Perhaps, there are just too […]

19 Jul 19
Flourish with Rach

We started this home building process at the end of February. Had the timing been normal we would be preparing to close next month. BUT it hasn’t been normal and that’s totally okay because everything is working out even better than we initially thought. The extra time means we had the opportunity to switch our […]

19 Jul 19
The Journaling of Parks 737

In terms of home decoration plenty of attention is offered to wall painting. Walls are around every home and proceed through lots of wear and tear; from kitchen, washrooms on the living area. A great deal is used on the painting procedure but if proper attention isn’t provided to them the paint or as well […]

19 Jul 19
Lego Building Blocks Toys

We all are aware of Die Cast Toys that is simply a replica or miniature of well-known gigantic objects like Boing plane, airplane, Rolls Royace, BMW cars, Titanic ship, cruise, etc. The purpose of die cast toy is to make a joy able toy along with decorating the home. Many adults use die cast toys […]

19 Jul 19
Interior Design and Art-Decor

10 Ways to Develop Your Dream House In life, all of us have objectives. Whether they're for your career or your children, it's only natural to go through life believing about what you want to achieve and how you wish to live. One of the most common goals that many of us have, is to […]

19 Jul 19
Metro
There are just a few weeks before the summer holidays are here and the countdown is on. Life isn’t always a beach over those six weeks when you’re battling against boredom, bad weather and an unforgiving budget. Fear not, we’ve got some creative ideas from Crayola to keep your kids happy. Let’s face it, cries of ‘mum, there’s nothing to do’, can trigger panic mode into even the most equipped super mums. Keeping the brood entertained is a demanding affair, but fear not we’ve got some brilliant ideas with Crayola for you to keep in your arsenal and your kids happy. This summer, Crayola will be offering kids colourful days out at any Sea Life attractions across the country for free, with a “Kids Go Free” voucher on special promotional packs. Kids can be happiest when they express their ideas through colour(ing), so here’s top ideas on how to enjoy creative fun with the kids: Hanging star Help your kids get creative by decorating their own rooms with a cool and colourful hanging star. This can be a hanging pendant that your children personalise their room with by using lots of different colours and designs. To create the shape, you’re going to need some paper bags. For the colour, the video above uses paint, but actually you can save yourself the hour of drying time and use crayons or even Crayola SuperTips Washable Markers instead. It’s all about keeping them fixated on their masterpiece until it’s finished. They’ll need some adult supervision when it comes to cutting out the shape but apart from that, it’s all them. Number one fan Have some fun with your little ones while they magic up some fans to keep you cool during the hot weather. Whether it’s fruit designs, creative patterns or big bold splashes of colours, these easy-to-make fans are totally customisable and can help you beat the heat in style! You do require a few craft supplies for this one, including some card, glue and brass fasteners. But it’s straightforward we promise. Again, to save on time you can try the Crayola SuperTip markers or or crayons instead – they’re just as bright as the paint. Plus, you don’t have to worry about the mess because they’re completely washable! Once they’re ready you can beat the heat with your own cute, personalised fans. How tall are you? You can treat this project as a little game, especially if there’s a sleepover or you’ve got a few kids in your house. The aim of this one is to get the kids to measure how tall they are and use themselves as stencils. After rolling out some paper on the floor, they will need a pal to draw around them, using Crayola Twistables Coloured Pencils and then they can use the outline to draw whatever they like. Or you can use Crayola Supertips for brighter colour. Plus, they’re 100% washable, so even if they colour outside the “box” you do not need to worry about mess! Change hair colour, add some jewellery, draw their own face and clothes. They’ll have a great time and you can keep the measuring chart to look back on one day. Or, get them to draw you while you lie down. It might be the only chance to grab 40 winks! Watermelon pencil case Get creative with Crayola Supertips and help your kids decorate their pencil cases ready for the new term start. . How cool is that? Snap up a plain white case and help your kids transform it with their favourite design – like this watermelon one. Grab some fabric paint glitter, glue, and Crayola Washable Markers and let their imaginations run wild. Make a name for yourself View this post on Instagram Wondering what to do with any old crayon pieces? Why not melt them down and turn them into something beautiful? ❤️💜💙💚💛 Thank you for the crafty inspiration @natalieanderica! A post shared by Crayola UK (@crayola_uk) on May 10, 2019 at 9:18am PDT Simply grab a box of crayons and melt them down into silicone moulds. If you want to have a theme ahead of your day out at Sea Life, why not marine-themed? Or even use the alphabet to create your little ones name and pop up on the shelf. The process takes about an hour and your kids will need supervision when you melt the crayons. wait until they’ve cooled down to pop them out of the mould. Use the same steps for any mould you like (like the hearts above) and the kids can still use them as crayons but in their new, fun shapes. Paper Spinners   These fun, colourful spinners can easily be made with just some coloured paper, card, a coin and some glue.  With Crayola Crayons, they’ll be able to put their personalities on their spinner and decorate it however they like. Make sure you supervise any cutting out and making the hole for the coin. Why not make them when a few kids are together and once they are ready, set them all spinning together for a real whirl of colour?   For more information visit Crayola UK on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram for more craft ideas and inspiration. [metro-fact-box title=”Crayola gives kids free tickets to Sea Life” colour=”blue” icon=”exclamation”] Grab your kids some colouring essentials to enjoy this summer and take back to school in September. There’s a free ticket with Sea Life with every promotional pack!  There are lots of Crayola products available within the promotional range. So you can enjoy some creative fund with your kids before heading onto a colourful day out at Sea Life. Crayola Crayons: longer lasting, delivering true colour with a texture that blends easily Crayola Coloured Pencils: wide variety of colours with extra strength against breaking Crayola Twistables Crayons: twistable fun and easier colouring View this post on Instagram Jenga in colour = hours of entertainment! 🌈 Thanks for the inspiration @witenry 🙌 A post shared by Crayola UK (@crayola_uk) on Jun 25, 2019 at 3:52am PDT Crayola Twistables Coloured Pencils: no need sharpening, just twisting! Crayola SuperTips Washable Markers: 100% washable for less mess when colouring, brilliant colour intensity, and one of the biggest variety of colours to inspire kids creativity Crayola Pip-Squeaks Mini Markers: easy grip for smaller hands, wide coverage when colouring [/metro-fact-box]