I have such a lovely treat for you today, a chance to win a silver bracelet from Kaya Jewellery. This beautiful silver bracelet carries the symbol of Infinity: the symbol of infinite love and infinite friendship.

win a silver bracelet

Look at all these lovely features:

♥ Made of real .925 sterling silver.
♥ The jewellery is handmade with high quality.
♥ Bracelet is available for children in two sizes and one in women size.
♥ All bracelets come with a 3 cm silver extension chain for a perfect fit. S
♥ Gorgeous zirconia stones are firmly put in silver, not stuck.
♥ The bracelet is made of strong 2 mm clasp.
♥ The infinity symbol is about 2.5 cm wide, graceful, delicately, and not too mini.
♥ Luxury wrapped in a pink silk jewellery pouch and ready to give as a gift.
♥ For each piece of jewellery KAYA donates an amount so that a child in Gambia can go to school


Kaya Jewellery is a lovely online store selling a huge range of jewellery and specializing in engraveable jewellery and matching mother daughter jewellery. They even have some lovely 3 generation sets – now isn’t that a wonderful idea?

Do pop over and have a look it really is a beautiful store.


How to win

In order to be in with a chance of winning the beautiful silver bracelet from Kaya simply enter the rafflecopter below

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I wish you the best of luck!









How we love it when our monthly Bostik box arrives full of goodies and a creative inspiration. This month ethe creative inspiration was flying and I thought the kids would go for the obvious and make a bird mobile. But oh no we were soon to go off on holiday and so they had a different kind of flying in mind.

I completely left them too ( L had her pal round to play and they were excited to get stuck in).

I cannot tell you how much I love what they made, it was complete inspired!

The foam pads and glu dots were brilliant at sticking and made the crafting easy. Bostik products rock.

May I present ……Airsome Airlines

An Airline Craft






How to make a Pinecone Bird Feeder

I love pine cones. I think that they are just the perfect specimen for nature crafting and we have a fair abundance of them around at the moment.

How to make a Pinecone Bird Feeder

Such a busy week here so we decided to head out for a little nature walk to calm our souls this past Easter weekend, and to walk off some of that chocolate.

We found lots of lovely pine cones and gathered them up  filled with exciting plans.

Back home we decided to start with one of our favourite and simplest projects making a pinecone bird feeder. You will see lots of bird feeder recipes with lard but we are vegeatarians in our house so it’s peanut butter all the way here.

You will need



peanut butter

bird seed

How to make a Pinecone Bird Feeder


How to make

you simply tie a piece of stink around the pinecone ready for hanging, Do this first as its definitely less messy this way

Spread the peanut  butter onto your pinecone

Roll it in  bird seed

Hang it up

It could could not be simpler really could it and such a lovely, easy craft for little and big kids ( like me!)








An Easter nature craft

Oh I love Easter nature crafting and  there is nothing more fun to do with the kids at this special time of year. This is one super simple Easter craft and the materials won’t cost you anything at all.

You simply need

  • A free Easter Printable (just google and you will find tons)
  • PVA glue
  • Fallen flowers form your garden or a park walk
  • Coloured card

It really couldn’t be simple. You just glue on your flower heads and glue tour picture to the card. So much fun gathering and sticking and a lovely activity for children to do in a group sharing out their nature finds.

May I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy Easter.



Easter nature craft


Simple crafts really are the best aren’t they and I know these dont last but aren’t they fabulous in their transient glory. They make me smile.

And isn’t it wonder to look at the tiny flowers that we often pass over and don’t give time too.

Have you been nature crafting recently? If not I can thoroughly recommend it, it is a great excuse for a nature walk and time at the table together being creative and really admiring nature too.





Oh you can’t beat a simple leaf craft – easy, thrifty, abundant. And of course I love homemade cards, I like their homemade-ness, their less than perfectness and heartful-ness.

leaf craft


To make a card like this you simply need

clear glue

an artists marker (mine was running out and i got it all over me but you get the gist)




Leaves are of course always in abundance which makes this a year round nature craft too.


This was such a treat to make for my lovely other half-  13 years today!

Do you have any nature craft you’d like to share with us?

Let’s inspire each other.

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