Over the last couple days we have kicked off our DIY Father’s Day range of free printables, patterns and projects by sharing our charming dish towel and BBQ apron designs featuring classic geometric prints, patterns, logos and slogans. Today we continue to share more of our range and up next is our printable beer glass… Read more.
This week we are super excited to share our new collaboration with Hero Arts. Yesterday I shared our first clear stamps sets – the adorable furry friends collection. Today I am going to share the flower die cut sets which allow you to produce your own paper flowers to use in card making and on… Read more.
If you were here yesterday you will have seen our rather fab DIY Father’s Day apron iron on designs. Today we continue the DIY Father’s Day projects with these matching dish towels in two different designs. We purchased these gorgeous navy and white dish towels in our local West Elm store. The horizontal stripe is… Read more.
Father’s Day fever is in full swing at Lia Griffith HQ – we are surrounded by color palettes of navy and copper, gold and gray, it’s rich and glorious and we’re rather excited for the Dads in our lives. Last month we shared our adorable treasure box for the little ones to fill. Today we’re… Read more.
We have been getting a little giddy over handmade jewelry lately and have a list of fun and easy projects we want to share with you over the next few months. Jewelry doesn’t have to be expensive, time consuming or difficult to make and it is our aim to bring you lots of lovely projects… Read more.
Our illustrator Krista loves to spend most of her days designing little characters. She’s been known to go one step further and give them names, ages and even a back story – she’s crazy nuts and we love her for that. Today’s post sees us sharing some of Krista’s adorable safari animal characters as part… Read more.
We have had such fun sharing our DIY felt vegetable garden project with you this week. At the beginning of the week we shared the tutorial for the cute felt veggies including radishes, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and beets. Next we shared the tutorial for the little felt tomato vine plant that sits alongside our fabric… Read more.
All this week we have been sharing our DIY felt vegetable garden and felt veggie tutorial for the sweet little tomato vine. If you haven’t caught it so far then pop back to earlier posts for a look. Today I am going to share the tutorial for the cute DIY fabric vegetable basket that your… Read more.
Did you see our super cute DIY felt veggie garden on Monday? We then did a full tutorial for each of the little felt vegetables in yesterday’s post. One of the adorable details of our kid’s felt veggie garden is the tomato plant that is a perfect hanger for the little red tomatoes. It helps to… Read more.
The last few weekends I have been planting my vegetable garden. I can imagine if my daughter Emily were still a little girl she would delight in helping me. Better yet, she would have loved her own little garden. Perhaps one made of felt? Yesterday we shared with you our gorgeous children’s felt veggie garden…. Read more.
We have been in bits over how cute this DIY kid’s project is. In the last few weeks our illustrator Krista made the patterns and craft maker Jessica has been sitting in the garden stitching together this super adorable felt veggie garden. Friday, I made the “dirt” pouches and fabric basket to finish the look… Read more.
Last year I posted my tutorial and pattern for these adorable felt stick horses. I know a project like this can be daunting for some so we have put together a video tutorial that shows you step by step how to cut, glue and sew your horse together. You can order the gorgeous felt from Benzie… Read more.
Yesterday we shared our Mother’s Day Breakfast In Bed kit which was super popular. The kit includes free printable notecards, a printable gift card holder, cute floral stickers and an editable menu. To add to your breakfast tray, today we are sharing these adorable free printable candle wrappers in a matching pattern with just the… Read more.
The moms in our lives deserve breakfast in bed on Mother’s Day right? There is no better day to indulge them with a looooong lie-in followed by a tray full of summer fruits, pastries, flowers and handmade love. Today we are sharing our Mother’s Day Breakfast in Bed kit (if you’re the Mommy might I… Read more.
How many times have you looked at the designer handbags in the department store and appreciated their beauty? I know I have – a few times. But my busy life, with family, a dog and all the making I do just doesn’t warrant that kind of accessory, never mind the expense! (Maybe someday, right?) So,… Read more.
We love to use a tote bag. I always keep one rolled up in my handbag ready to be used if I happen to pop into the grocery store, the bookstore or my local craft shop. Using iron-on vinyl to decorate a plain tote is the perfect way to personalize your own bag or a… Read more.
May Day is just around the corner and although it’s not celebrated widely today, it’s a really lovely part of America’s European heritage and one that I like to recognize each year. May Day, celebrated on May 1st can be traced back to Rome and their annual Festival of Flora. This celebration of the summer… Read more.
The great thing about stenciling is that you don’t have to be an artist to use them and they achieve great results. They are easy to use with the right techniques and are perfect for adding pattern and color to literally any surface. We added this cute lattice design to our teal painted wooden tray… Read more.
Father’s Day is coming up on June 21st here in the USA and in Europe and we have put together this super sweet DIY Father’s Day project for you and the kids to make at home. Family life is hectic and busy and stopping to savor the love can be hard sometimes. This box of… Read more.
I designed this DIY gift card holder and envelope with my nieces and nephews in mind. I love to treat them on their birthday but started to find it difficult to know what they liked as they approached their teenage years. I took to sending gift cards as a way of treating them without becoming… Read more.