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Hey, how’s it going? If you follow me on social media you may have heard me waffle/moan about having a bit of a creative block recently. Sorry about that.

To clear my ‘channels’ I decided to go back to doing daily mini creative thingys. You know, random stuff.

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Bags Of Character

November 25, 2015 — 9 Comments

I have been having a go at making gifts bags this week. Something I’ve not really tried before but with the big ‘C’ coming up I thought that I’d like to have a go this year.

This project started out with the Poinsettia Gift Tag Stamp from Designs by Georgina. I stamped this out onto Kraft card using an Archival Inkpad; this was then cut out around the outer edge.

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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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Hey, just realised – it’s a one hundred million pound jackpot on the Euromillions tonight!

Just before I dash off to buy me a ticket I’d best show you my next Artist Trading Card daily post.

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Are we really free? It’s a philosophical question that world events really do bring out minds around to again and again.

I’m of the opinion that we are to a good degree – there’s policy and guidelines of course but, as this ATC365 attests, all good things are wild and free!

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Dreams are a common thing among humans – but do electronic sheep dream?

I’m pretty sure that this is a quote from a book that was made into a film at some point, but I can’t guarantee it – in either case, it’s possibly got nothing to do with this Artist Trading Card Daily creation.

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Ooo, I do like a bit of fancy every now and then. Don’t you? Continue Reading…