It’s here, witches! October has finally arrived! And to get you in the mood for Halloween, I’m giving you the chance to win a fabulous Homesense skull biscuit barrel. Visit the post for all the details.
Happy Autumn Equinox! What does autumn mean to you? Do you experience a sense of profound loss at the end of summer? Or are you giddy with excitement at the prospect of cosy nights in, candlelight, falling leaves and… of course, Halloween? Read on to learn more about Mabon, the Autumn Equinox.
Happy Litha! Wait…. Happy WHAT? Read on to learn about the Summer Solstice and discover some easy ways to celebrate the longest day of the year. There’s also a free Wiccan Blessing for summer for you to download.
Seasonal styling needn’t be complicated or expensive. By combining High Street finds with a little creativity, it’s easy to create a super simple summer mantel on a budget.
It’s Easter week. How will you be spending your spring break? Whether it’s a long weekend, or a long two weeks in the sun, I hope you manage some quality time off.
Decorating for Easter needn’t be expensive or complicated. No mantel? Simply group together some ceramics and a few seasonal items and hey presto! Easter in a tray! Click through to see just how easy it is.
If you love decorating for the seasons, TK Maxx is filled to the brim with goodies that won’t break the bank. I recently scored some fabulous Easter beauties. Come on over for a look.
To welcome spring, I brought a little sunshine to OneandSeventy in the form of an bright and cheery early spring mantel. I’m hoping all that yellow will encourage Mother Nature to follow suit and grace us with some springlike weather.
Last week, I took some time out from my desk and went hunting for Easter decor inspiration and I found it in the most unusual place! It’s amazing what you can do with some felt pads and a couple of cheap canvases. Click through to find out more.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a shamrock-inspired mantel and some quick and easy Paddy’s Day crafts.
Do you decorate for Valentine’s Day? I do and this year, I tried to keep it simple and elegant. Click through to see how I got on.
I love Black and White and I’m no stranger to a bit of bling. So when it came to creating a little something for Valentine’s Day, combining the two was a no brainer.
A canvas and some buttons make a sweet and simple project that doubles up as a gorgeous piece of art for a girly girl’s bedroom wall, or a gift for your Valentine.
In my final blog post of 2016, I bring you wreaths. From the bling of the bauble, to the red and green of the traditional. What’s your Christmas wreath style?
Here’s a super simple tutorial that will make you a gorgeous Christmas decoration that you’ll want to bring out year after year.
Welcome to OneandSeventy’s 2016 Christmas Home Tour, where you’ll find a bit of blue, a lot of bling and plenty of handmade. There’s even a winter hare wearing a diamanté collar. Well of course!
Today may be Black Friday, but who needs all that media hype? Instead, why not indulge in 30 minutes of pure, unadulterated crafting pleasure and make yourself a stylish, seasonal decoration that you’ll want to dress year after year.
This wooden bauble star is so incredibly simple and makes a lovely, budget-friendly decoration.
December is just 9 days away, so get crafting and decorate your very own wooden Advent Calendar in time for the first choccie of the season. Black and White makes a stylish backdrop for any Christmas colour scheme, but why not experiment with other colours?