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  • Maggie Simpson Tufted Wall Hanging

    For Christmas 2020 I gifted my niece a Homer Simpson tufted wall hanging as she loves The Simpsons. (check out the Homer process video here).  So l...
  • Making an upcycled gathered dress

    I love hunting in op shops (New Zealand's name for thrift stores) to find crafting supplies. Recently I picked up a great range of fabrics that had...
  • Sh!t happens tufted wall hanging

    Wow, what a rollercoaster of a time the past 2 and half years have been!!! While sketching up ideas for new designs, I channelled this energy in th...
  • Custom Tufted Creation

    It's been a rather slow few months making wise, as we are coming to the end of a 6 month renovation and it's been taking up A LOT of my time. It's ...
  • IN LOVE WITH EDIE Vintage Photoshoot

    Last month I offered to send Alice some earrings to use in one of her photoshoots and the final photos blew me away!!! I know she has a great eye for styling but the earrings and clothing just looked like they were meant to be together!
  • Christmas Creation 2 - Homer Simpson Wall Hanging

    The second piece I made as a Christmas gift was a Homer wall hanging for my youngest god daughter who loves The Simpsons (Homer is her favourite c...
  • Christmas Creation 1 - Blohsh

    I love making presents for my family and friends so with my new tufting gun in hand, I thought I would make wall hangings as Christmas presents fo...
  • Why buying sustainable and ethical clothing is important to me - My values, thoughts and tips.

    Like many others I used to shop online from businesses such as ASOS and boohoo or pop into Kmart for a quick fashion fix. I mean what’s better than a cute dress for under $20 or a singlet for $5?!? I gave little thought to where the item came from, whose hands it had passed through or how much wear I would get out of it. I also didn’t consider the fact that I was aligning myself with the values and ethics of these businesses through my purchases. I just wanted it, so I bought it.