One of the things I don’t like about Christmas, is all the waste…so much wrapping paper and packaging that gets thrown away! At my house we try and re-use paper, or not use it at all, but even still our bin seems to still end up full of wrapping after Christmas. This year, I decided to try and think of new ways to use up the scraps, and ended up turning them into Christmas cards!
There are so many things that make Christmas special…for me, they are my family and friends, a real Christmas tree with homemade decorations and plenty of lights, and a cute gingerbread house. After last years fiasco with my gingerbread house, I decided to go a little more conservative this year! What is your favourite part of Christmas?
After all the hustle and bustle of organising a family wedding, when its finally happening, and afterwards you really get to enjoy it. One of the best perks of having a wedding in the family, is getting to keep nearly all of the beautiful flowers!
Well…I am proud to say that it has officially been one year since the first ‘Daily Flowers’ blog post was published! I’ve come a long way from my very first post:
which was a decidedly boring photo of my feet…to photos of crafts, places, flowers and much more throughout the year that was 2016:
Its been a wonderful first year, and I hope to see you all reading Daily Flowers as we move into the second year 🙂
As usual, my Christmas presents aren’t expensive, but are full of love, and a lot of time! For the past few months, I have been growing all sorts of tiny succulents in water filled jars, ready for them to be planted in both new and recycled pots and jars for Christmas. Today, I finally got to do potting day! They all look so cute and I am so pleased with them! x