Well my lovelies with the conclusion of a busy couple of months of work, that was tagged straight onto the end of the All Counties Challenge, I have come to the exhausted conclusion that I haven’t really had a proper break away from it ALL for a few years now so please do forgive me while I pop into hibernation for a couple of weeks and take a time out.
Unless scheduled in advance, emails and the blog, along with Facebook, Twitter and all of that stuff will fall silent as I take a very long hot scented bath, a walk in the country, a train ride to anywhere, sniff random flowers, go for a shopping trip to a craft shop, grab a coffee with a total stranger or whatever else crosses my mind and basically have a bit of ‘me time’.
You can of course plunder the archives here for all sorts of ramblings as everything that I’ve done in the last three years is still here for your enjoyment.
Rest assured that I’ll be back in a couple of weeks with more blogging goodness, and random blether.
There are just some signposts telling me that I should press the reset button and recharge the batteries – you don’t want to know where they get inserted.
Play nicely and enjoy life and I look forward to seeing you back here in a couple of weeks. :)
Hello again and welcome back to another Scan It Saturday. This week I have taken one of the requests from last week and created a quick tutorial based around that.
Well excited about this blog post as it sees episode 1 of GCTV – Gentleman Crafter TV – go out on YouTube!
Hoping to create a video each week so that we can have some time together – cute, eh?
So, free files galore in the last post however what if you want to design your own but don’t want to break the bank on high end design software? There is good news, there are a variety of free and budget priced design packages out there.
In this post I will be sharing some that I have tried out but this list is by no means the end of the road.
For those of you that are joining me on the journey into 3d printing, now or in the future, you will be pleased to know that there are a plethora of free things that we can take advantage of already out there.
In this week’s 3D Thursday post I wanted to share some of these with you.
Not so much of a Mandala this week although it still has the circular layout. Instead, this week, I have created a design using reflected floral designs, with a few snakes in the grass, for a little excitement.
I am thinking that this one might keep you going for a while … ?