DIY Queen, Mum, Feminist.
Ever since I was a young girl, I've always loved getting my hands dirty and have been fascinated with how things are made and how they work. My first DIY experience dates back to the early 90s, when I was just 6 years old. Mixing and pouring cement, brick laying and levelling a concrete hard standing for my grandparent's car.
Fast forward a few years and you'd have seen me painting, wallpapering and putting up shelves in my family home with my mother (a formidable, inspiring woman!), upcycling furniture and building flatpack in my first flat and then grew into a bit of an obsession and outlet once my husband and I bought our first home in 2018.
Since then, I have been sharing my daily DIYs, big projects, ideas and tips I've learned along the way on my Instagram and other social channels, teaching DIY to women and beginners.
Now, I am able to offer consultations and workshops to help give more women and beginners some independence and empower them to use tools and DIY for themselves. Helping them save money and create the home of their dreams, on a budget.