Papercraft Blog of the Year for the Immediate Media British Craft Award – Nominated Again!

Exciting news – for me at least – this little slice of the blog-o-sphere has been nominated for Papercraft Blog Of The Year in the Immediate Media British Craft Awards for the second year in a row!

Whether it makes it into the finals though is down to you and whether you think it’s worth a vote …

It’s time to show the love and vote for your favourites in the 2018 British Craft Awards.

Whether it’s a product you couldn’t live without, a talented designer who inspires you with amazing projects, a local store that always goes the extra mile, a must-read blog or a favourite craft brand, Immediate Media want to know who you think should receive a coveted British Craft Award for their huge contribution to craft in the past 12 months.

Voting is already open and closes at 11:59pm on 17th Dec 2017.

You can cast your vote by visiting –

I’m up against some stiff competition again but, whoever gets it, I’m just well pleased that someone thought enough of this blog to nominate it.

Many thanks for stopping by to read me new news and I’ll catch you again soon with some more exciting, hopefully, news.

J :)

14 thoughts on “Papercraft Blog of the Year for the Immediate Media British Craft Award – Nominated Again!

  1. Hi John
    I’ve voted for you and thanks for the help regarding the foils on Create and Craft this morning. I won a pair of tickets to Peterborough at the end of the show. Will you be there?
    (The) Miranda 🤣


  2. You have helped me a lot with Brother Scan N Cut I would not have been able to do so much without all your videos and the great designs . I have cast my vote and I am keeping my fingers crossed.


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