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Well, if Simon says do it, then we’ve all got to do it, I guess. I may struggle with the hair bit, but the boobs are defo headed down at my age.

Do love a comedic clear stamp though so you can see why this one appealed. Come see what I did with it.

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How to sum up some of my favourite things in a space 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches … ?

That was the challenge for this mini mixed media creation. Read on to see how I got on, and what was included.

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In recent times, and especially during the All Counties Craft Challenge, I have grown fond of making things with MDF and have been wanting to design some things for a while.

As you may have seen in my recent My First MDF Design – A Brother Scan N Cut Workstation blog post, I have finally got around to it.

In this blog post I look forward to sharing another design with you – this time, a hinged photo frame that is just chock full of spaces to decorate and embellish.

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Well hello thar! I’m back on the blog and have been making and creating whilst resting and relaxing so have a few things that I am excited to share with you over the next week or so.

Ready? Ok, read on …

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Inkpad Overview

November 23, 2016 — 18 Comments

All inkpads generally have a starting point of either a water, oil or solvent base.

From these three starting points various inclusions are added to give different effects and get different results. Examples of inclusion are colours (dye or pigment) mica, glue and some bases have nothing added.

Finding the right inkpad for the job can therefore be a daunting affair.

To help you understand the difference, I’ve put together an explanation of each base type along with some tips, suggested brands and techniques. Continue Reading…

Good evening! I am pleased to share with you number six of seven in the tag art mini series of blog posts.

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Having promised to share the tags that I created during the 1-2-1 session with Paul the other week I’m pleased to show you the first of a series of seven.

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