Christmas Eve Boxes- what are they!?
Love them or hate them, this new growing trend is definitely here to stay!
We all have some Christmas eve traditions, whether it is sipping a glass of bubbly with friends, singing carols with family or putting out treats for Santa and Rudolph.
The Christmas eve box takes this further and wraps the anticipation of Christmas into an early present. Aiming to help families to settle in and enjoy some relaxing time together, get the kids ready for bed and calm anxious children. The contents of …
The Gift of Time
After feeling so restricted for the last 2 years the greatest gift we can give to our loved ones is the gift of time together.
There has been a growing trend away from the overconsumption of material objects, swapping products for meaningful experiences, and the isolation caused by the pandemic has only heightened this movement.
There is a significant body of science backing up the fact that humans form richer, stronger memories tied to adventures and experiences, compared to memories attribut…
Reach your dreams in 2022!
Did you know craft has been proven to be good for your health!?!
Our mental health has never been so much in focus as over the last year. The people that seem to have fared the best are those with hobbies- whether crafts, baking, gardening, music or sport these hobbies are what have kept us going and brought us joy as our worlds have shrunk down to the essential. Hobbies are essential. They make you happy. They give you an escape.
I myself cannot imagine my life without crafting and walking my dogs. It’s what feeds my soul and keeps me sane.
I run a studio …
My Big WHY?
I thought I would introduce myself, Rachel, the founder of Craft My Day!
Many of my students have told me I have their dream job and I wholeheartedly agree- I have my dream job too! But it is funny how we end up where we are, so I thought today I would like to share a bit about why I do what I do.
Working in the TV and events industries, after finishing my degree at London College of Fashion, I suffered from ‘imposter syndrome’. I changed my direction frequently as a freelancer- from props mak…