Hope you all had a haunting halloween last night and have woken up all bright eyed and bushy tailed today. It’s November! Can you believe it? And guess what? As of today you can get 15% off any order from the Milomade Shop until midnight on the 31st December. The offer is valid on all […]
They keep falling… Today I’m quite excited to launch a new product – my copper cloud decorations. These came about through a challenge I set myself recently – to make something from the scrap metal on my bench.
It’s the start of November and for some it might still be too early to think about Christmas, but I’ve been in Christmas mode ever since September and I can’t contain myself anymore! So for November my offer of the month focuses on my DIY Decoration Packs.
I’m doing an exclusive week long sale on my Facebook page which starts today and ends at midnight on the 9th January.
I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and got the presents you wished for. This is a quick blog post to hopefully catch you pre-clear-up. You know all those Christmas cards you received? They’re too goo to waste you know, so don’t throw them away, send them to me!
Today’s Advent Calendar offer is another simple one. If you’ve purchased anything from Milomade, all you have to do is write a review and you’ll get something lovely in return.
Deck the halls with beautiful decorations you’ve made yourself! Todays Advent Calendar Offer (valid until midnight tonight) is one for the crafty and creative with time on their hands to make something lovely and unique from vintage materials.
Well having just put up our Christmas tree yesterday, I thought I’d post a link to a tutorial I wrote a few years ago on how to make festive stars from recycled drinks cans.
Creative recycling at it’s best – take something old and make it new. Todays Advent Calendar Offer (valid until midnight tonight) is something to help you with your festive decorations.
Well it’s getting closer to Christmas every day and maybe some of you are super organised and are ready to wrap lots of gifts. But before you start, why not approach your wrapping from a recycling point of view.