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Jewellery Club | Pizza Party

Monday, 28 November 2016
That magical time of the month has come around again (how fast has this month gone?!?!) where I get to share with you the contents of this month's jewellery club. This months theme was of course Pizza Party v v v v
I seriously loved designing this month and think this collection features some of my best designs! So what goodies did this month include I hear you ask?
:O :O :O Pretty awesome huh? Let's have a closer look at some of the goodies... I'm warning you now this post is pretty pic heavy (!) :D 
So, in this collection I created: 
-Dripping Pizza Charm Necklace (RRP £13)
-Party Hat & Satin Bow Charm Earrings (RRP £7)
-Double Layered Fizzy Juice Charm Bracelet (RRP £8)
-Fries Before Guys Stud Earrings (RRP £6)
-Set of 3 weatherproof Fries sticker pack (RRP £3.75)

I adore every single item this month. I think my favourite has to be the pizza necklace and the fries earrings. They are simple and delicate but still eye catching. Which item is your favourite from this months collection?
I think we still have a few of these left over on our Etsy store here if you missed out.

So couple of updates before I go! :D

Firstly, the next box.... ekk! This will be our FINAL jewellery club box! :O :O :O This is the 20th jewellery club theme and we are finishing it up this month to focus on a brand new project launching in January. I have enjoyed working on all of the boxes however it is soooooo time consuming and we would love to focus our efforts elsewhere. The final box will be Pugs & Kisses and it will launch as normal on the 1st of December over on our website at 

We have also launched a children's Christmas eve box which is an exclusive one off. We only have a limited number so be sure you don't miss out!

Our magical, wonderful box will include:
-A5 Christmas sketchbook
-Letter from santa with badge
-'I believe' christmas bell
-Christmas colouring crayons
-Snowman soup hot chocolate
-1" badge set
-Snowman poop Candy
-Candy Cane rudolf
-Santas magic key
-Reindeer food AND it even smells of Christmas!!! :O :O :O 

Finally dates for your diary:
1st of December - Pugs & Kisses last ever Jewellery Club launches at 9am 
2nd of December - Facebook Christmas Flash Sale
9th of December - Worldwide Christmas delivery cut off
15th of December - Europe - Christmas delivery cut off
21st of December - Jewellery Club orders ship
21st of December - Christmas boxes ship if they haven't already been shipped by now
21st of December - UK - Christmas delivery cut off
24th - 27th of December - CLOSED (but orders will shipped when open)
31st of December - 1st of JanuaryCLOSED (but orders will shipped when open)

PHEW! That was a long post! :D That's all for now. Hope your week is full of MAGIC!

Make Your Own Tassel Garland!

Monday, 14 November 2016
Have you spotted all those amazing colourful garlands? everywhere?!? :O :D Well I have been lusting after them forever and finally decided to make one. I photographed the process and I'll link below where I got my supplies so you guys can make one too!
Here is my amazing new garland which is now hanging beautifully in the doorway of HOW HQ! I purchased 3 different colours of tassels to do my garland. The tassels were £1.00 per 5. I bought 5 packs, one for the garland pictured above and 2 packs for a garland I was making for my sons birthday :)
The tassels arrive in packets like this and require a little assembly. I found these ones on ebay here
To make the tassels you need to first separate all the layers. There was 5 tassels in every pack and these were quite fiddly to separate but if you go slow it's all good :D 
Once you have separated them open one out like the above or so it somewhat resembles a face hugger :D :D :D 
Start by folding the tassel like so....
Until it is about 1/4" wide
Next twist the middle like this. By folding it first it makes the overall tassel neater and easier to twist. 
Fold it in half and this gives us the loop to hang our tassel
To secure wrap one of the strands around the top and secure with a spot of glue. Repeat this until all of your tassels are done and thread onto string. My pack came with the string so I didn't require any extra bits and bobs. It was such a simple project to make but was a little time consuming. Here is the finished result...
I'm so happy with how it came out and think it looks pretty good against our sprinkle wall! :D
It seems Dinah wasn't to impressed though :( 
I'd love to see your garlands if you decide to make one :)

I hope you enjoyed this super quick make! I'm hoping to share a few more over December if I get a chance to finish the posts! :D  

Hope you have a magical week!