Archives For Jewellery Making

That special time of year is upon us again soon. Yes, it’s that made up time of year in which we get some massive savings on stuff that we’ve had on our wish list throughout the year, also known as Black Friday.

So, read on to find out where some of the biggest savings are going to be happening and when!

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3D Printing returns to the blog in 2018 with a range of ideas for creating some cool projects and tutorials.

This post will feature a video tutorial on how to make an assortment of shaped beads with a hole through the centre for threading.

Best of all it is the first in a three-part series that will help you get to grips with designing things in Microsoft 3D Builder!

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Faux Enameled Pin Brooch

October 28, 2017 — 23 Comments

A wee while ago I was having a little fiddle in the craft room and created something that I was quite proud of.

When you’ve stopped giggling, perhaps I could show you what I created?

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I am very pleased to announce the next confirmed venue/location for an All Counties Craft Challenge group workshops.

This time it is for Gloucestershire.

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Everyone had such a lovely time, and the venue was so amazing, that I’ve decided to do a second weekender at The Manor Hotel, Godalming.

This time around there will be a choice of 5 workshops per day so you can build your own weekend of craft!

More demonstrators, more workshops, more crafters, more free food and drink!

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With just 192 days to go, Christmas is almost upon us!

Well, not quite upon us however for the makers and creators out there, that feeling of not getting everything done in time will soon be right around the corner.

With that in mind I noticed that Create and Craft TV are starting their official Christmas line up today so I got in touch for some info on what to expect …

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Hey ho campers!

Been having a little play with some free papers that were in issue 156 of Cardmaking & Papercraft magazine and thought I’d share a tip on using them for something other than cardmaking.

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