Earlier in the year I set myself two projects, one garden/grow your own which has produced lots of herbs and one or two bits of veg (not much though if you remember the problems I encountered) and one centred on the DIY makeover of our spare/play room. The garden project took priority as I knew it would for the first couple of spring/summer months, but that hasn't stopped me from doing a little bit of background research into all things makey-do for the household business. It may still be some time before I really get going, and it's probably best to wait until the weather gets really bad and I'm forced to spend more time indoors, but when I do, I know that I'll be using my newest find, the Salvage Sisters' blog, as a resource.
Salvage Wedding, a simply amazing example of what can be done with a little effort and energy to make a special occasion not only Eco friendly, but stunning, beautiful and fun to boot (especially when you have a restored Tractor as your open air carriage thrown into the mix).
A great blog and one I'm really looking forward to hearing more from as I embark on my own salvage projects in coming months. Gemma also has a little girl, so I imagine there will be lots of child friendly ideas cropping up there too.