You’d think that at the end of January all of the best bargains would have been snapped up however they still keep coming.
Here is a quick round up of some half priced happenings around the interweb.Continue Reading…
Since hearing about the make your own silk screen system from Screen Sensations I have debating getting one.
I therefore hit the internet to figure out whether I should or shouldn’t.
Seems a while ago that we had the joyous savings of Black Friday and Cyber Monday but thankfully pre-Christmas savings are abound.
Here are a few that I thought you may like.Continue Reading…
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!
As you may have discovered a long time ago I have been a big fan of patchwork and quilting – despite it not making a huge dent in this blog. Indeed, I even wrote a whole blog post about some of the shows that I had worked on at Create and Craft TV back in 2013.
Well, the possibilities with online learning have moved on quickly since then and therefore I was super excited to receive a special invite to check out Jennie Rayment’s new course that has recently been released via Craft Academy.
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…