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Well hello. Another Monday has rolled around and it is, therefore, time to beat those Monday blues and take a time out to spend some time being mindful and colouring in this week’s free download.

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Good morning. I hope that you are well. After a mini-break, I am back with the continuation of the Mandala Monday series of blog posts in which I share with you a free download that you can print at home and colour in.

Did you know there are now enough of these to give you one per week for a whole year? That’s a whole lot of mindfulness.

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Plenty of petals in this week’s Mandala Monday but will it be pencils, pens or paints for your calming colouring … ?

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Well, quite excited about a couple of things today as Brother have released a Windows Installable Version of their Canvas Workspace and have also added a couple of useful extras to that version too.

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Spring isn’t too far away so I thought that we’d get into some floral Mandalas to set our minds towards the future. Ready?

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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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Welcome to another in the Worldwide Wednesday series of blog posts that seeks out creative talent from around the world and share it with you via probing questions and revealing answers.

Some of you may already be familiar with my guest and some may not. In either case, I was beyond excited when she agreed to take part as I have been an admirer of her work for some time.

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