The perfect accessory for your padded noteboard and great way to peg your notes to your board with a pretty twist…
Step 1. Drill a hole in a peg. If you don’t have a drill then bore a hole with a sharp point. Step 2. Cover a button with your chosen fabric. Step 3. Paint your peg and push the button stem through the hole in the peg. Add some glue if needed. Step four. Admire your pretty peg x
I think I am addicted to Jam Jars. It doesn’t matter how big or small, round or square, even hexagonal whether I need them or not, I have to keep them.
Some I do use, I put candles inside for a rustic but romantic way to light my garden. Some I use in my sewing room to store my chalk, crochet hooks and random buttons I have fallen in love with. But the worrying ones are the ones I don’t even like, I don’t even need… I sometimes don’t even get round to cleaning out… they just sit by the kitchen sink as ammunition for Mitchell to ask that question which I cringe away from every time it is asked… “What exactly are you saving these jars for? Are you honestly going to use them?” to which I engulf him in an array of reasons and elaborate crafts which he will, of course, benefit from.