Having launched in other regions of the world earlier this year it’s been much awaited, debated and talked about amongst Scan N Cut owners and it’s finally hitting the UK tomorrow!
Always love a bit of happy mail and the package that plopped onto my doormat this week was no exception.
A friend, knowing my bent for anything creative, decided to send me a Christmas card but, instead of sending me the finished card, sent me the card in kit form!
Earlier this year I finally managed to upload an online Scan N Cut workshop. At the time it was launched I priced it at £29.99
Black Friday is almost upon us so, how does that affect this course?
Very excited to share with you my first Couture Creations design team project today! Quite proud of this one as it uses quite a few different techniques.
For those of you who prefer to watch rather than read, there’s a video too!
Read More »
Exploding gift boxes don’t sound like a thing of joy – especially the ones in those adverts that chuck things all over you – however, on this occasion, thankfully, it’s smiles all round!
With a little playtime late one evening I decided to crack out a new set of dies that I recently collected from the guys at Craft Stash.
Well, if you follow my Facebook feed you will likely have seen that I was recently accepted onto the design team for Couture Creations.
An exciting secret that was recently revealed was that as part of this appointment I have been invited to the second Creative Inspiration event in Brisbane, Australia, in March of 2019!
A nice, simple and quick tutorial today for you Scan N Cut users. This time I would like to share with you an easy and quick way of creating lacey edged card front panels.
Hall you. Been a while since I popped a tutorial out onto the tinterweb about that there Brother Scan N Cut so after I finished creating and uploading yesterday’s design pack on Digital Craft Emporium I sat down for a bit of a tinker.
This, is the result…