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Whoop! Managed to get some ACTUAL CREATIVITY done this week! Fancy seeing what I have created???

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Watcha. All good in the hood? Been busy designing another awesome kit which is now up in the MDF kit store.

We all know that you can never have too much storage, especially when you are a crafter, so the question isn’t whether you need this it is how will you decorate yours?

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Well excited this morning! As you may have seen from previous posts I have been designing and decorating various MDF bits and bobs. Since then many of you have messaged me and asked when and where they can be snaffled from.

First, thanks! Second today, after much deliberation, collaboration and organisation, I am happy to announce that here and now is the answer to that question!

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Hey hey my little lovelies, how are you? Well, I hope.

In this blog post, I hope to share with you the thought process behind working together another of the MDF hinged photo frames that I put together and decorated with a personal twist. Continue Reading…

The bid to decorate my new home with handmade items continues with an acrylic paint poured clock that is a riot of colour.

Although technically only a project that would have taken a couple of days it has actually taken a while to create as I have been back to it a few times, unable to finish it through indecision, however, this week I managed to pull things together and thought that it was a good time – no pun intended – to share it with you. Continue Reading…

In recent times, and especially during the All Counties Craft Challenge, I have grown fond of making things with MDF and have been wanting to design some things for a while.

As you may have seen in my recent My First MDF Design – A Brother Scan N Cut Workstation blog post, I have finally got around to it.

In this blog post I look forward to sharing another design with you – this time, a hinged photo frame that is just chock full of spaces to decorate and embellish.

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As the beginner Scan N Cut workshops will be coming to an end with the workshop in Bournemouth in April, I have been working on the next step in these popular learning experiences.

Feedback from previous workshops has been wide and varied but the common factor was that you were interested in taking things further and going beyond the basics in a project-based workshop.

For this reason, I have put together what I believe will be four fun projects that will help you when working with different materials and also to get more out of the Scan N Cut machine and also Canvas Workspace.

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