Archives For August 2017

Today I am delighted to introduce the latest in the cutting file series from Digital Craft Emporium.

This pack offers 150 mix and match words from which you can cut and create countless different sentiments and phrases.

The style of the font is fluid and soft, much like warm chocolate – hence the name for the pack, “Chocolat” – delicious! Continue Reading…

Howz about something a little more geometric?

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Think it’s time for a little fru-fru in the free colouring sheet series.

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Having had some Stampboard in my rubber stamping supplies for some time I thought that it was time that I put it to good use.

In this week’s Stamp It Sunday, I did just that and coupled it with some cool Stampscapes stamps to create a dreamy landscape. Continue Reading…

To continue with the SVG Saturday series of posts, in which I supply you with a FREE cutting file each week, this week I have created a simple and clean stylized floral centre-piece for your enjoyment.

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This post contains a full length video made to highlight everything featured in the Affordable Acrylic Paint Pouring With Cells Made Easy series of blog posts.

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Time for part 3 of the Affordable Acrylic Paint Pouring With Cells Made Easy series. In this post, I will explain the pouring and cell forming method.

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In part two of the Affordable Acrylic Paint Pouring With Cells Made Easy series of blog posts, I will reveal a fail-proof pouring recipe using the supplies shown in part one.

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Acrylic paint pouring is making a big impact across the internet lately, however, there doesn’t seem to be a consistent recipe for success, the instructions aren’t clearly explained and the ingredients can be hard to find or are cost prohibitive.

My goal for this series of blog posts is to break the mystery surrounding this technique and make it accessible, easy and affordable.

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When I last left this project in 3D Thursday 9 – An Idea Hatches! I had made the ornate box and was about to decorate it.

Ready to see what happened next?

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