Eliza Rose - Blog - Shabby Chic, Vintage and Upcycling – Tagged "tips"
Collect products instore for free using LOCAL at checkout!
Cart 0

Blog — tips

When you lose your Instagram Mojo

instagram small business social media tips

When you lose your Instagram Mojo

Recently I have both lost and regained my Instagram love, for about a week I just lost all inspiration before managing to find again. It can happen at any time and its horrible! That feeling when you just don't want to take any photos or you have no idea what you want to take photos of?!  If your like me and run a small business or blog then you pretty much consistently feel the need to post something which people will love, even if your not really feeling it that day. Of course, getting orders out the door and painting...

Read more →


Everlong Chalk Paint Workshops at Teacups and Tutus - What to Expect

chalk paint everlong Everlong Paint small business tips tutorials upcycle upcycling Vintage workshop

Everlong Chalk Paint Workshops at Teacups and Tutus - What to Expect

Over the next few months, I will be running free Everlong Paint Workshop's at Teacups and Tutus in Southampton, with a £7.50 charge to cover the unlimited tea/coffee and a slice of cake. The uptake of these has completely astounded me! October and the 5th November booked up very quickly, the 19th November has one space and the 25th November is nearly full as well. I thought I would give a quick insight into what these workshops involve, for those who are undecided or want a bit more information. These workshops are aimed at beginners, those who have had no...

Read more →


How to make a Chalk Board using a Photo Frame

chalk board tips tutorials upcycling

How to make a Chalk Board using a Photo Frame

Today has been the hottest day of the year and it sure does feel like it!! I'm hoping you have managed to get outside and see some of it :)  For our space at Molly's den, I wanted to advertise the website and social media outlets but we haven't yet got our new leaflets. A black board is perfect for this but I could find a simple one anywhere. Instead I bought a cheap frame from ikea (£3.75!) and some blackboard paint from B&Q (£7.50). With the frame, I removed the plastic cover, which acts as the 'glass' as I...

Read more →