These beautiful, elegant earrings are easy to make and only require a few basic jewelry-making tools and skills.
These soaps, made with rosewood, cornflower, oatmeal, and vanilla pod, soothe redness and help to repair the sun's damage.
The absolute basics of perfume so you can have a go at making your own scents, featuring two of my own recipes.
These hag candles are great for adding a touch of rustic, gothic decor to a space and are relatively easy to make.
Single-strand bracelets are easy to make and are a great way to practice your design skills. You can make one in as little as twenty minutes, provided you have the right tools.
These interesting little hand-soaps are easy to make and add a touch of personal style and homeyness to your bathrooms.
Making jewelry is a relaxing and rewarding hobby for two reasons: the first being that it is methodical and easy to get lost in, and the second reason is that there are no rules.
Embroidery is as close to universal as an art can be. It is practiced in every culture, every country. Though different techniques and materials are used, still, the purposes are the same: to reinforce and to embellish.
To combat dry skin, I created this exfoliating, moisturizing, and repairing hand polish, using poppyseed, roses, and other natural ingredients.