Why not make your own masking tape stickers ?
No way to go back on Holidays, school is starting in a few days now. Supplies and school bag are purchased, but we wanted to personalize a bit all this standard mass market stationery.–
Why not catch the opportunity to create handmade masking tape stickers ? Looking at my collection of masking tape rolls, I wondered if they could be transformed in stickers to label our stationery. What a successful test ! Our handmade masking tape stickers are lovely and it’s such a brilliant family DIY. Virgile enjoyed a lot to make them and it would be a great activity to keep busy little ones before school start. Do you like our DIY masking tape stickers ?
Principle is really simple : I printed my stickers template on baking paper. Then I filled stickers shapes and cut them out. A really easy task, let me explain in details this easy DIY :
Birdhouse box template ready to print
When baking a special treat for a beloved one, we wish to find a box as lovely as our present. This birdhouse box template is ideal to giftwrap a cupcake, some cookies or sweet. Labelled “free as a bird”, this birdhouse box might be the perfect present to say thank you teacher before holidays.
It’s really simple to make with a free template ready to print.
A healthy pizza recipe for Summer : rocket & beef carpaccio pizza
Discovered and adopted this Spring in Porto this carpaccio pizza is already a favorite at Be Frenchie house. Light and healthy, carpaccio pizza is also simple to prepare. If you’re looking for an easy summer recipe, I’m sure you’ll like this one :
String art DIY made easy
When I was born, clogs, Bee Gees and string art where trendy. If both first made a deafening comeback, why not give a second chance to string art too ?
Regularly, I like to add new twist to our home decoration. And being on a budget should never prevent of big ideas. I wanted to make something graphic and coloured for Phileas’s bedroom. It was the perfect occasion to try a string art DIY, but with a contemporary twist.
Hiking in Hengill geothermic area in Iceland
It’s a country made of ice & fire. This rough nature which forged Icelanders personnality, struggling every winter for their survival, today bring them a resource of inexhaustible energy. Imagine, 70 % of Iceland primary energies comes from geothermal (and for the rest, there are dams). Not need to dig deeply, soil boils and cracks under our feet. Weather is pretty bad today, so we’re just gonna make a family day out around Reykjavik. Making a home exchange allows us to take time to explore places forgotten by tourists. Today, we’re completely alone despite only being a few km from Thingvellir. No travel guide mentions Nesjavellir and Hengill area but we already came here during our first trip in Iceland and know it deserves to come back.