Tips Tuesday once again!
A couple of years ago I saw a photo this on the internet and I thought it was a genius idea. I haven't seen it around recently and thought I might as well share it here. So the main idea is basically using bread clips as labels or tags for your power cords. Pretty simple.
So my school holidays are drawing to an end and my to-do list has stayed pretty much the same as when the holidays started. Funny, but not so funny thing is, I've been at the library everyday for the past 4 days. I need more holidays...
Anyways, I'm still knitting my scarf, it's nearly done, perfect timing too since winter is slowing creeping up on us. I can't stand the cold. I wish I could hibernate and come back in the summer or I wish I could move to the northern hemisphere every time winter hits down under. But I do like the winter for 2 reasons: scarves and Asian hot pot - so delicious.
Hello, today April the 17th, I am going to introduce a new segment to my blog. I've been thinking about doing this for a while, but have been hesitant. However today is a new day and new ideas will shine! lol. Okay, so Tips Tuesday are going to be weekly posts that are simple tutorials not grand and tips for everyday use. I don't know how long I'm going to hold this up for but I'm going to try and build this segment. Today's Tuesday tip is my new 'neat and chic' diy stationary organiser.
Diy time, how is everyone? So I've been meaning to post up some diys lately but I've kinda been lazing around since the school holidays started. I've written my to-do list, it's so long it's not even funny. Last night, I got off the phone with my two bums :) (who doesn't love 'conference calls'?) and they asked why I hadn't blogged in a while, I told them I was doing maths hw ): which I was ):
Nyways so, this diy post is the peter pan collar, so many people have already done diy videos/posts on this, so I though I might as well do one too, plus I really wanted to make one.