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Due to popularity of the Crafty Bunch venue a second date is now available for anyone that would like to come along and missed out the first time.

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

This time it is for I’ll be heading to Potterspury in Northamptonshire

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

This workshop will be held at the AFE Creations workshop space in the North East.

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A Box Of Delights

October 19, 2015 — 13 Comments

Well hello there cheeky face – it’s lovely to see you again.

Now, I had such a lovely time making the box frame card yesterday that I thought that I would try my hand at another one …

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A Floral Challenge

October 6, 2015 — 13 Comments

Watcha gang! :) So, after the floral card that I posted the other day I got a few requests to create some cutting files for flowers – so I’ve had a good old wrestle with the computer and cutting machine and created not one, but three sets of floral designs for you!

*mops brow*

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One more for the ATC365 challenge!

This time around it features a couple of different techniques.

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Quite often I have a cup of Twinings tea on the go whilst I am working my way through this Artist Trading Card challenge – a sip or two on a Lady Grey can be quite refreshing! :)

For that reason I thought that I would see what I could do with that Artemio tag kit to celebrate that fact.

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Blowing in the wind. Well, it’s a saying, not sure it has a positive connotation but hey, I’m sure I can turn that frown upside down and make something a little happier from it.

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