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Sat. Nov 28th, 2020

Charles - the DIY & Handicraft addict

Kung Hei Fat Choy! Here we break down how the Chinese New Year is celebrated, with emphasis on the food, music, and dancing. Chinese New Year as known as "New Moon New Year". The most colorful and richest tradition is the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year activities (i.e. Spring Festival activities) are commonly found during the happy festival time.... Read More
20190919_5d83027de3333 [2021] DIY Gold And White Christmas Decoration Sign – Oh Holy Night Christmas Sign!
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Hey guys! I am popping back in with another quick tutorial for making a beautiful Farmhouse DIY Oh Holy Night Christmas Sign!... Read More
On March 24 the very first London Dog Week comes to town. The week-long celebration of dogs features an array of events from fashion shows to charity walks and even a food festival. The main objectives of the event are to raise awareness of the dog world and promote the benefits between owner and dog, […]... Read More
Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is creeping around the corner. Whether you think the holiday is a perfect excuse to celebrate love or merely a Hallmark business tactic, shops across London won’t let you forget to mark February 14 in your calendar. This year, rather than reaching for red roses, a box of […]... Read More
While you could always gift your mum a beautiful bouquet of flowers or a delicately gift-wrapped bottle of her favourite scent on Sunday March 31, where’s the excitement in that?  Take the time to celebrate the unique beauty of your mum this Mother’s Day with an equally exceptional gift. If you’re unsure of where to […]... Read More
From chucking down a pint of beer to running five miles, Instagram challenges are keeping us busy during this quarantine. Although you think it is all fun and games, some of them can also reignite your creative spark. London-based journalist and recent CSM graduate, George Serventi, @Skipdin, is the brilliant mind behind the #HomeCouture challenge, […]... Read More