A MOST UNTYPICAL WITCH
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As you’ll no doubt be painfully aware by now, my style is somewhat eclectic. But if I was to lean towards one particular aesthetic, especially for Halloween, it would have to be moody Gothic. And what better way to celebrate the season than with a Victorian Gothic...
This Victorian Folding Photo Frame was inspired by Gothic TV show, The Frankenstein Chronicles. At least I *think* it was, it might easily have been any number of period dramas. Because I may have a little fixation with Victoriana. The likes of Dickensian,...
Creepy Dolls are an essential ingredient for any Halloween haunt, but when I made this little oddity, she found herself on display all year round.
You know when you’ve been Instagrammed! The OneandSeventy staircase has definitely undergone a transformation. Bye-bye boring. Hello Insta-worthy!
As a passionate Halloween decorator, a Halloween Countdown is vital if I’m to keep track of exactly how much time is left before Witching Hour. I knocked up this project out of a shop-bought slogan sign, after being inspired by my Crafting Soul Sister at Me and Annabelle Lee. Click through to learn more.
My latest makeover has taken the OneandSeventy bathroom from bland to grand. Read on to discover how Valspar helped me create a deliciously dark maximalist spa heaven that incorporates some dark surprises.
Year-round Halloween inspiration can strike anywhere and this Evil Eye Medieval Ashes Urn looks like it came straight from the BBC production of Merlin.
St. George’s Day decorations can be hard to come by, so why not make your own? Here are two really cheap and super quick ideas to help you celebrate April 23rd.
Love a little whimsy? This easy to make Alice in Wonderland wall hanging adds an unexpected element to any gallery wall.
A mummified fairy is a fantastically creepy craft for any Halloween collector. Display it all year round under a cloche, in your witch’s apothecary or in a frame for your gallery wall.
These DIY teacup succulent planters recycle old crockery to make a quirky addition to the eclectic home and they are so quick and easy to make!
Looking for some last-minute Easter decor ideas? Here are 18 ridiculously simple and stylish tips to help decorate your Easter home.
These budget-friendly contemporary Easter egg decorations were inspired by a) the stylish simplicity of black & white b) my unceasing appetite for things a little bit different and c) a distinct lack of time. Yep. You guessed it. I STILL haven’t decorated for...
There’s something magical occurring on the blog. If you love Halloween as much as I do and you’re looking for year-round spooktacular inspiration, then Samhain Sunday will be right up your Diagon Alley. Click through to see what it’s all about.
It’s amazing what a difference a few simple changes can make and this spring wreath is a great example of how to shake up your seasonal décor without spending much money.
Since learning how to make miniature top hats, one for St. Patrick’s Day was always going to be on the cards. Say hello to Edgar “The Leprechaun” Murphy.
Yep. I am already thinking about Easter. You mean, you’re not? You know it’s only a month away, right? I know this because Beloved and I have already raided the choccie Egg aisles and the shops have been awash with pastel for weeks. During one of our many mooches...
Late February is a bit of a Seasonal lull, so I’ve made a start on my Halloween props. The only problem is, they never seem to quite make into storage! Come and see what weird and wonderful curiosities I’ve been making this time.
This year, I’ve taken a slightly alternative view of my Valentine’s Day decor, with a full-on Valentine installation. All I need now is a shop window and I’ll be in my element!
The 2017 version of Beauty and the Beast is fast becoming one of my all-time fav Disney movies and THAT rose is becoming a very popular craft hack. Here’s how I made mine.