Sunday, 26 April 2015

Bee happy .... we have a winner!

It was time to pick a winner for their very own Canvaspop print this weekend.
I used the random generator and we have a winner!
Debi congrats on having the joy of picking your very own image to make a happy canvas with Canvaspop.
Email me on and I will send you a special order code for a free canvas print.
Can't wait to see which image you pick.
Bee happy x

Thursday, 16 April 2015

Bee happy ..... it's giveaway time!

Remember the review of the great canvas I received from Canvaspop?
Well now it's your chance to win your own beautiful canvas in this happy giveaway!
To be in with a chance of winning a 16" x 20" canvas with a 0.75" wrap of a photo of your own choice there are 2 things you need to do -
- be a follower of this blog
- leave a comment on this post saying which photo you would use and why
and one lucky winner will be picked at random on Saturday 25th April.
This giveaway is open to the US, Canada and the UK.
If you really can't wait and would love your own Canvaspop print you can use this code
BEEHAPPY35 which has unlimited uses for 35% off for the US, Canada and the UK.
What are you waiting for?
Get creating a canvas now with
Bee happy x

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Bee happy ..... create a canvas with CanvasPop

The lovely people at CanvasPop recently contacted me and asked if I would like to review one of their products.
They are an online printing company with a huge passion for quality art, photography and home d├ęcor.
As you know we are all a creative lot and I jumped at the chance of picking an image to be printed onto a canvas.
I sent over a photo to CanvasPop which would be 16" x 20" with a 0.75" wrap and within a couple of days I had an email saying my canvas had been created and dispatched.
So within a week this sturdy cardboard parcel arrived and I couldn't wait to open it!

The canvas was well wrapped and protected with bubble wrap within the sturdy box.

I love the quality of the canvas, I had to pick an image of Tash and Coco, enjoying the garden last Summer.

The canvas has a photo wrap, but other options are available, you could pick a black, white or photo wrap.
On the back of the canvas is a wire and hooks already attached and ready straight away for hanging on the wall.

On the bottom 2 corners are small rubber studs for keeping the canvas level, protecting your wall, and to stop it from slipping.

Also included was a hook and nail for hanging the canvas, CanvasPop think of everything!
There was also a discount for another canvas print included in this little pack.

The image I picked has been printed really well and is clear and true to the photo.

All in all, CanvasPop provides a great, friendly service with excellent quality canvas prints.
I hope you like the image I picked for my canvas, I just need to hang my lovely new print on the wall!
Head over to to see what you can create.
Stay tuned as there will be a giveaway on my blog with CanvasPop soon!
Bee happy x

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Bee happy .... it's nearly Easter

Because it is nearly Easter I wanted to share some images with you for decorating your home at Easter time.
For those of you on Pinterest, head over and check out my Easter board for plenty more ideas.
Bee happy x

Friday, 20 March 2015

Bee happy ..... it's the International Day of Happiness!

It's the International Day of Happiness today! 
What are you going to do today to make someone smile?
Check out the website for some ideas.
There are several of these images below which you can download here.

Hope you all have a happy day!
Bee happy x

Friday, 27 February 2015

Bee happy ..... I'm in the April edition of Ideal Home magazine!

I wanted to share my good news with you all.
My kitchen is in the April Ideal Home magazine, I got my copy in the post today!
The lovely Fiona Walker-Arnott and Jo Messenger came out to shoot and style my kitchen in July last year so I have been a very good girl waiting until now to see it!

I am so pleased with the kitchen, hope you like it.
Bee happy x

Thursday, 29 January 2015

Bee happy ..... updated sofa

Last year I decided to paint and re-cover this pretty sofa to freshen it up.
I made a patchwork cover for the bottom half and plain fabric was used for the back.

I was really pleased with the transformation but I have been busy decorating the kitchen/diner over the last couple of weeks and have changed the Cath Kidston wallpaper for hare wallpaper and the sofa didn't match any more.
So I re-covered it again!

I used a linen table cloth for the back piece of fabric and some grey velvet from Ikea for the bottom piece. I also used my daisy patterned tacks to hold the fabric in place.

I am really pleased with the finished look and found some rabbit cushions to compliment the whole scheme.
Have you got any projects planned?
Bee happy x