Wondering what you can create with our Fabric Stickers for Christmas? Here’s 20 ideas to get you started!
1. Christmas tree napkin rings with Wish Wish.
2. Star garlands with Holy Night.
3. Christmas tree table settings with Twinkle.
4. Holly leaf cake toppers with Snowflake.
5. Up-cycle old boxes with Snow Bell.
6. Cute Santa hats with Afresh.
7. Christmas ornaments with Daily Christmas.
8. Christmas wrapping for the blokes with Holy Night.
9. Christmas treats with Celebrate.
10. Pinwheels with Winter Forest.
11. Nordic inspired Christmas trees with Snow Village.
12. Merry Christmas banner with Twinkle.
13. Pretty garlands with Owl.
14. Mini lanterns with Twilight.
15. Pretty envelopes with Winter Forest.
16. Christmas favours with Blossom.
17. Hanging Christmas trees with Strawberry Berry, Flower and Berry Stripe.
18. Fortune cookies with Dear Grove.
19. Christmas blooms with October Grace.
20. Baby bon bons with Nostalgia Blue Sky.
We hope this post has given you a few new ideas to play with! What will you create?
See our full range of Fabric Stickers over here.
It is officially 3 months until Christmas – the perfect time to start planning your Christmas DIY projects. What will you be making this year? It’s time to get thinking! To help you get a head start we are taking 30% off Christmas themed fabric tape, washi tape, quarter fabric packs, buttons, bias tape, piping, fabric stickers, patterned paper sets and more! Get in quick as the sale ends 10am Monday 28th September 2015 AEST. Pop over here to start your bargain hunting!
Have you seen all of the gorgeous new Dailylike goodies added to our store?! Oh my! If not, quick pop over here. We are all quite excited about the newbies and I thought I might quickly share my top five new products that I cannot wait to get my hands on…
I have been spending a bit of time with my oven of late. Re-discovering all of the marvellous foods it can help you create. My old oven glove is worn to the point of burning my fingers so I am looking forward to adding a new Oven Glove to my kitchen. The ‘Lesser Panda’ is pretty darn cute so that’s my pick, but it was a touch choice between the panda and the ‘Fig’ (one of my favourite foods!).
I am so in love with the idea of growing your own herbs, fruits and vegetables but I am absolutely hopeless at it! I always forget to give my garden the tender loving care it needs. The little hand drawn pictures on the ‘Gardening’ washi tape are so delightful and I plan to use the tape around my home to inspire me on my gardening adventures!
In anticipation of a hot Summer ahead, the Ice Tumbler is on my list. I love a beautiful chilled tea and I’m going for the ‘Woods’ design to remind myself to always “Be Thankful”.
I’m planning to use the ‘Cactus’ Multi Wall Pocket as a declutter station in the entrance of my home. The hooks will be perfect for our keys (which you’re always looking for otherwise right?!) and the other little pockets will be used for appointment cards, fuel vouchers, receipts and all those bits of random you need to put somewhere safe.
Number One (and did you perhaps already suspect this?)
The Dailylike Wrapping Paper Book is definitely my most anticipated arrival! All those pages of lovely papery goodness just waiting to be crafted into something exciting. Oh bliss!
Got something you can’t wait to receive? Let us know, we always love to hear from you :)
As we enter the last month of Winter, our fingers and hands are well and truly in need of some crafting activities to keep them warm and cozy. So here are six Winter inspired crafts to get you in the mood.
1. Make some cute Winter sweaters to dress up your gifts.
2. Decorated jars of freshly baked treats are always a favourite.
3. Brighten up your days with colourful snowflakes to hang in your window.
4. Create adorable little fabric birds to remind you that Spring will soon be here!
5. Warm yourself from the inside and stitch up some fabric coasters for your mugs of hot tea.
6. Design your own miniature Winter village, starting with some quick and easy self-standing trees.
So what will you create? Thaw out those fingers and get them working!
Subscribers to frankie magazine‘s e-newsletter received a lovely surprise in their inbox today… the chance to win a gift voucher for our Dailylike online store!
If you’re not already a subscriber then quick jump over here and sign up for the frankie e-news. Once signed up you’ll be all set to enter the giveaway and entry details can be found over here.
With so many gorgeous products just added you’d be crazy not to enter!
PS. Entry is open to Australian and New Zealand residents only.
Happy Friday! Today we thought we’d share a quick and easy DIY project for the weekend, this gorgeous fabric chandelier!
Here’s how it’s done: Gather your favourite fabrics and cut (or tear) them into long strips. Start tying them around a mini hoop at different lengths, and mixing up the patterns, until you make it all the way around. Attach some fishing line or twine to hang the chandelier and you’re done!
We think these fabric chandeliers would make fabulous party decor or a lovely addition to your little one’s bedroom. They have a wonderful whimsical feel to them.
This example uses the divine Leaves fabric but we think it would look just as amazing with any of our pretty quarter fabric packs. Happy making!
The colour yellow makes us so happy and we are loving this yellow feature in the May issue of Profile Magazine. Our ‘A Cup of Tea‘ cushion cover makes an appearance, and this is one of our favourite designs because when you look closely those little circles are actually a birds eye view of lots of little cups of tea!
Thank you so much to the lovely ladies at Profile Magazine for including us in this bright and sunny feature. The awesome news is that you can read this brilliant magazine online, for free! Click here to read the May issue which is also a celebration of 7 years of Profile Magazine. A massive congratulations to the team!
You know how much we love our gift wrapping (and if you don’t, well we like it A LOT!), so to see a beautiful gift wrapping idea using our very own Dailylike washi tape, well that just sends us over the moon!
Last month the ever-lovely Sam Dunne of Dunne With Style shared this super easy, yet super awesome, watercolour wrapping paper idea, with cute little bunting made with Dandelion washi tape.
Wouldn’t it just make your day if you received a fabulously wrapped gift like this?
We love Sam’s gorgeous style and her unique approach to all things creative. If you ever need some honest, down-to-earth inspiration and advice, with a few delicious home recipes in between, then make sure you pop over to Sam’s Dunne With Style blog and benefit from the wisdom of this very lovely lady. She can help you with making no zip cushion covers, inspire you with positivity through her Monday Musing posts, plus Sam has a tasty thermomix adaptation of Jamie Oliver’s Tomato Ketchup recipe! Need we say more?
We had a crafting good time at The Finders Keepers in Sydney earlier this month. Here’s a few of our photos plus some gorgeous Instagram shares to show you the wonderful creativity of our clever workshoppers.
Fabric Wall Hanging Workshop
Photo credit @neehopkins
Photo credit @megarama
Selfie Softie Workshop
Photo credit @sew_in_the_moment
Surprise Garland Workshop
Photo credit @paperandpin
A big, gigantic thank you to our lovely workshop co-hosts for the weekend, Fiona Michelon of Craft Hunter and Rin Dawson of Papered Thoughts, and a massive thank you to The Chaos Club for joining us with our pop-up shop adventures!
In other exciting news, we have added our Blank Softies to our online store so you can now make your own Selfie Softies at home! Hooray! Have fun crafters…
Looking for some Mothers’ Day craft ideas? Why not whip up some pretty rosettes for your lovely Mum this Mothers’ Day. Make it into a brooch or add it to your gifts and your Mum will think you are wonderfully clever! Magdalena Franco of The Craft Revival shows us three nifty versions of rosette cuteness with her tutorial here.