Surely I'm not alone when I say that I love (love...) scouring the internet for *the* perfect font for some project that I'm working on. Right...? For all of you font nerds out there, this post is for you! While I 100% believe in supporting creative designers and I often purchase fonts, I definitely appreciate a gorgeous and free font too. Here is a round-up of some of my favorite fonts at the . . .
The past few months have been a mixed bag of some good, and some less good things, but now I'm back and ready to get back to the swing of things here at Seefoodplay. Life threw a few things at me, some planned, some unplanned, and I've definitely taken this blogging break to re-focus on what's really important, and in doing that I realized that it all comes down to one thing: balance. I've been . . .
The DIY project that I’ve chosen for today’s post is one of my absolute faves – upcycled wine bottle candle holders & vases. I'm not sure what that says about my drinking habits… But if you’re anything like me, then you probably have ahem...at least a few wine bottles sitting in your recycle bin anyway. This project is a great way to turn them into little golden accent pieces that can be . . .
I don’t know about you guys, but I have a bad habit of under-estimating tasks that I take on. Organizing my wedding was one big fat example of that...times 100! For some reason, I got it in my head that I wanted to DIY everything that I could because I wanted things to be unique. The only way to make sure no one else was going to have the exact same decorations, or invitations…? To make them . . .
Spring has been peeking its elusive little head out these past few days, and seeing actual real-life sunshine makes me want to get crafty and host little parties. And what is having a little get-together without also sorting out a few homemade decorations? Just kidding, I never really have time to decorate like I want to when I have guests over because really…we just go straight to the good stuff: . . .
When I moved out of my tiny 30m2 Parisian flat to move into my then-boyfriend’s (now-Husband's) 110m2 suburban mansion (anything over 40m2 is a mansion by Parisian standards), I was thrilled with all the space… and get this: there was a balcony!! Any Big City dweller can appreciate the rarity of such a thing, so that was just icing on the cake! After almost 10 years and 5 different apartments in . . .
I have been wanting to create my very own bar cart DIY project for months, so I’m very excited to reveal our version of the Ikea Bygel makeover! If Hubby weren't around to stop me, I probably would have spray painted everything in our house gold. Seriously, I’m obsessed with it! It all started when I was looking into theme ideas for our wedding last summer, and I fell in love with everything . . .
Updated February 2019 Click here to skip to the tutorial If you’ve been reading my blog, then you know that I relocated from Paris to London for work. When I decided to move to London, I gave away or sold most of my furniture, and only brought a few things, almost all from Ikea. Apartment hunting in London was significantly easier than in Paris: I ended up choosing the first flat I . . .