As a creative person it means the world to me when someone emails and says that they appreciate the things I create. Knowing all the time and effort (not just in the creation of the piece but in the thought process just coming up with the idea!) was well spent is like a metaphorical pat on the back and it really makes me smile. So when the chaps over at Wayfair approached me and asked if I’d create a craft just for them, I jumped at the opportunity.
The brief… a festive craft suitable for parents and kids.
So I came up with this lovely (if I do say so myself) centrepiece. At first glance it appears to be a tower of biscuits, but the centrepiece is actually made from a scented dough (fake biscuits) which lasts much longer and gives off a fabulous fragrance.
The recipe is easy enough and a few alterations (different types of spices and dough thickness) can produce more or less realistic results depending on your preference. The dough can also be used to make individual decorations.
For the full tutorial pop over to Wayfair’s inspiration section.