Father’s day is around the corner! How grateful we should be to be blessed with amazing Dads. I think that as one gets older, gifts from the heart means so much more. This is way we decided on a printable Father’s day card where you can write a special message to your Dad.
Even if you find changing a light bulb challenging, you can still try our DIY’s. They are not just easy, but also super cute and will add that personal touch that turns your house into a home.
As much as we, at Seven Swans, absolutely adore all things paper (and we really do!) we also understand that sometimes digital is just the way to go. Be it for time or costing reasons, sending a quick email definitely has its bonuses.
In December we were so delighted to welcome our little boy, Benjamin. He is now already 5 months old and we can’t believe how he has grown and changed already in so little time. I thought, what better way to hold onto those memories, like the size of his little hands, than by making little clay moulds.
“All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel mother. ” – Abraham Lincoln. I could’t agree more and I’m sure most of us feel this way. Our moms have given birth to us, shared their personal attributes with us, cared for us, loved us and brought us up to be the people we are today. Let’s celebrate them, thank them and spoil them for all they have done.
At the end of last year my husband and I took the plunge and bought ourselves a proper coffee machine. There hasn’t been a day that I’ve regretted that choice, it has changed my life dramatically. I can now officially be labelled a coffee snob because nothing compares to bean-to-cup coffee.
Today we bring you a very useful free printable, a Heart It Bookmark. Unlike Pinterest where you can easily pin all the things you love, one can never seem to remember where one saw images, ideas or recipes one liked in books and magazines. However, with these easy DIY bookmarks, you can simply mark the [...]
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