Much ink has been spilled on the connection between the state of flow and happiness and that’s exactly what today’s box is all about. “Get your hands dirty to free your mind” is the slogan for le club terracotta‘s DIY pottery kits. Made in Quebec, each one comes with everything you need to create, paint and seal whatever you can dream up in clay. The company was kind enough to send me a kit and mes amies, some of my most relaxed, most present, most contented moments this past week were spent trying it out.Continue reading “Get your hands dirty to free your mind” with le club terracotta’s DIY pottery kit 🇨🇦 + A giveaway!
Thursday Plantation Canada sent me some samples to try free of charge, but all opinions are still my own.
I’ve been reading a lot about self-care in the blogosphere over the past week or so and feel like I’m getting better about identifying (and maybe even embracing) what fills my cup (as uber cheesy as that sounds). Making something tangible with my own hands is huge for me. I was elated by how well these turned out and how much I enjoyed the process. If you’re a maker or think you might be one, show yourself some love with a sweet DIY you can keep for yourself or gift to family and friends. Valentine’s Day may be a few weeks away yet, but love is in the air with this super cute and good-smelling soap. Continue reading DIY valentine soap + A giveaway!
Decorating eggs at Easter is my idea of a good time. Also, eating chocolate. But that goes without saying. Here are four fun ways of decorating we’ve tried (the eggs below are all ours) and links to the how-to’s. Hop to it and have fun! Continue reading Four fun ways to decorate easter eggs