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It has certainly been an exciting and eventful few days on the All Counties Challenge this past week so hopefully that will make for a good diary entry.

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In October I ran a couple of scene stamping workshops using the wonderful clear stamp range from Hobby Art Ltd.

As these are now over and unlikely to return in a fixed format (unless you want to book one via my All Counties Craft challenge), I thought that it might be a nice idea to put together a quick video showing you how I went about creating one of the three scenes that were prepared for these workshops.

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I’m super excited today as I have had confirmation from Stamford Arts centre that I can use one of their rooms for my planned Creative Scene Stamping workshops!

If you’re interested then read on my friends!

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Well, it’s been a busy old week again. I’ve been at the computer again coming up with some more designs for the shop, prepping some ideas for my first ever solo workshop and creating my first bits of saleable art!

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A third post in one day?! It must be some kind of miracle, lol!

Anyway, on Sunday I was able to make a couple of scenery style ATCs with the set from Hobby Art so here is the second one.

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Artist Trading Card Daily 116

September 23, 2015 — 6 Comments

I managed a bit of making over the weekend and got back into some quick creations for the ATC challenge (that I am very behind on).

Today’s creation features some village scene woodmounted stamps from Hobby Art.

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Encaustic Arts Experiments

September 11, 2015 — 21 Comments

Well my little bloggy chums I have actually made time to do some actual crafting – I know, shocker isn’t it?!

Anyway, it’s been a pretty busy time for me of late (more info on that soon), but I thought that it was important that I took time out and do something creative that was ‘away’ from what I have been working on.

Having recently taken delivery of some Encaustic Arts goodies (thank you eBay and Facebook) I settled down, turned the iron on and went to it.

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