It’ll come as no surprise to anyone to hear that we hosted our second shopping party last week – a Bunyip Shopping Shindig! After our fabulous Christmas party last year we couldn’t wait to host another event for our customers, and thought a summer bash would be the perfect excuse. So last Thursday almost .
Hello! This week’s DIY is this simple Wave Necklace, made from these ‘S Tubes’ that we sell in the shop. Their wiggly shape makes for a pretty necklace that looks more complicated than it is (e.g. our favourite kind of make…) For a 45cm necklace, you will need: 12 x 33mm copper S .
We’ve only recently started stocking piping cord in the shop, essentially because no one had asked for it until about a month ago. (Top tip: if you want us to stock something, just ask! We like knowing what we’re missing). I’ve fancied having a play with it ever since, and have been noticing more .
This is one of the most popular necklace designs we sell in the shop – and they’re so simple! Read on to find out how to piece one together…. You will need: 7 x metal arrowhead charms, 8 x 8mm jump rings, chain in a length of your choice (we go for 16″), flat .
You might notice we love working with these tiny glass beads, and the blue/white/yellow combo is one of our favourites for the summer months. This tutorial uses similar tools and techniques to last week’s eyepin necklace, but this one we make with craft wire instead of ready made pins, as it bends a bit .
I’ve been dabbling with the idea of guest blogs for a while now, and haven’t been sure who to approach/how to approach them. Eventually, I thought the simplest route to go down would be to talk to those local people I follow on instagram/social media and have met in the shop, and really admire .
This jewellery design is yet another wonderfully versatile Bunyip piece – try to look past the beads and imagine this with anything lovely from your stash that could be looped together! As long as the bead fits on an eyepin you can whip one of these up – it could be 3 long lengths .
Hello! We’ve just scheduled in our craft classes for the next quarter (which takes us up to October…scary) and we’ve got some new additions in the mix, as well as our favourites from the summer schedule. More info on all of these below – enjoy! Returning: Learn Embroidery with Zenbroidery Possibly our favourite class .