We just wanted to say thank you so much if you voted for us in the Bib Awards, because we’re finalists!! Hoorah!!!! Your support means the entire world to us and we can’t say how much we appreciate the support of the people who read our blog. We always assume our posts only get read by our mums (and, to be honest, judging by recent conversation they don’t always seem to be following us either…). It makes it easy to write when you imagine no one is there at the other end to read, and we know we don’t have a humungous following. We’re a teeny tiny speck of a blog really, compared to all those giants out there. But for those of you who are out there, reading about all our little crafty makes, you should know we appreciate you, and we’re so happy to have you here with us.
Hi! This is Jess from Let’s Do Something Crafty, I’ve known Laura and Tia a little while now and they are so lovely plus I adore their blog so I’m very happy to be guest posting for them.
This is a fun little crochet tutorial and in it I will show you how to make some crocheted cherries. I will be turning into necklaces but you could actually do anything with them, you could sew them onto clothing or make bunting with them, the possibilities are endless!
We’ve got the glitter out because we’re celebrating being finalists in the MAD Awards for Best Craft Blog! We’re so grateful for everyone who voted for us and want to say a big thank you. So, um, THANK YOU! We don’t get to go out very often either so the promise of an awards ceremony (as well as a day without the little lovelies) is highly exciting.
We were really excited when an email popped into our inbox last week saying we’ve been nominated for an Amara Blog Award. We’ve been nominated in the Best DIY and Craft Blog section along with some truly amazing other bloggers so we’re honoured to be among them!
If you have a few minutes to spare and would like to vote for us then click on the link to the Amara Interior Blog Awards and enter your name and email address. Voting closes on 18th September 2015.
Last night we got to put our nice dresses on (with only a bit of baby sick on them) and travel to London for the Brilliance in Blogging Awards where we were finalists in the craft category. We got to hang out with some lovely inspiring bloggers (one of our favourites being Jess from Let’s Do Something Crafty).
We are so utterly thrilled to find out yesterday that we are finalists for the MAD Blog Awards 2015. Thank you, THANK YOU to everybody that voted for us, we are so happy to be shortlisted. And we get to go to a fancy party with loads of amazing other bloggers – hooorahhh! We are up against five other great blogs (click here to have a look at them).
We’re so excited to share our news that we are now going to be working with high street stationers, Paperchase, on their recently launched blog, The Journal. We are probably the two biggest fans of Paperchase out there (we both recently bought a whole load of matching stationery from there… losers!) so to be working with them makes us really happy.
Yesterday we found out that our blog has become a finalist in the Brilliance in Blogging Awards (BIBs) for Best Craft Blog. When we found out via twitter, we did a wiggly, jiggly dance and texted each other with a OMG!!!!!! We are so grateful to everyone who voted for us to get this far, anyone who comments on our posts and for turning up in the first place and reading our blog – we wouldn’t be here without you (we’d like to give you all a big hug). We’re up against so really fantastic crafts blogs and feel very privileged to be among them. Click here to have a look at the finalists.
First up, we want to say thank you to everyone who has voted for us recently. We’re so lucky to have been shortlisted for the Brilliance in Blogging Awards later this year. We’re up against nine other great sites for Best Craft Blog. If you like what we do, we’d be so grateful if you could spare a teeny tiny two minutes to vote for us. All you need to do is click into the form, scroll down to section 12 and select us, Little Button Diaries. Voting closes Friday. Thank you once again!
My Little Button is at an age where wooden puzzles have suddenly become fascinating to her. Her Grandpa and I simultaneously came up with a craft project idea based on her new-found love, to create a customised ‘peek-a-boo’ family puzzle. Grandpa did the hard work of constructing the puzzle, and I added the decoration – so the instructions below are a team effort!