An introduction to digital scrapbooking and inspiration for subjects to scrap.
I have fallen in love, and I think you might too! Here is my adult colouring beginners guide to get you started. Can I tempt you to give it a try?
Hordes of inspiration I used to regularly subscribe to at least nine craft magazines and several of those were published monthly. So I didn’t usually have to go more than two weeks before another issue was due to arrive. The great thing about this was, I constantly...
My new craft room saw the arrival of a new craft, let me explain why Diamond Painting is a great hobby for Fibro Warriors and spoonies.
A round up of the best adhesives for paper crafters in 2019, reviewing, wet glues, glue sticks, foam pads, tapes and specialist adhesives.
My Creative Journey started early in my life, when Fibromyalgia arrived it disrupted it but couldn’t kill it. Spoonies can be creative this is how I do it.
Checking out the Summer Meadow Stamps and Dies that come with Cardmaking and Papercraft Issue 198. Will they make it into my craft stash?
Testing the Beautiful Blooms Stamps and dies that came with Simply Cards and Papercraft Issue 191, will they make it into my craftstash?
Testing out the Dovecraft Fairy Wishes Stamp set that comes with Cardmaking & Papercraft Issue 196 (June 2019) and explaining my craft inventory system.
There are some new coloured pencils on the Crafting and Adult Colouring Scene, see how I got on with the Hunkydory Prism Watercolour Pencils.
Recently I have been on a mission to take my Adult Colouring to a whole new level. I have discovered a talented colourist and got some Prismacolors come see
Cass Art have very kindly provided me with some materials and set me a watercolour challenge. I may be a crafter but can I become an artist, let’s find out!
In my first crafting video I present to you a Thank You Card made with Hunkydory’s Florabunda Papercraft Collection from Cardmaking & Papercraft.
In the Uk, we have just had Father’s Day 2018 and of course, that means O have been busy card making. I’ve made two contrasting Hunkydory cards.
Hunkydory was once again my craft supplier of choice when it came to making a Birthday Card for my Dad. The twist this time was it was a card from Mum.
For my Husband’s Birthday Card I decided to use the Keeping Watch set from the Hunkydory Spring is in the Air Designer Decoupage Collection. Don’t you love this beautiful imagery?
My inspiration for using the Mandala Stencil free from Papercraft Essentials Issue 153 and a great way to adapt the project if heat embossing doesn’t quite work out as planned. Come and see the completed card in the blog post.
Some inspiration for using the Hunkydory Pink Sapphire Delight set from the Flight of the Butterflies Jewelled Edition Collection, this card is a variation of one made by the design team on the ideas sheet with a few twists to make it my own.
Joanna Sheen’s 4th Cardmaking Collection was the perfect choice when it came to making a card for Mothering Sunday 2018. Why not take a look at the finished project and find out what other products I used.
Ideas for a Speedy Art Deco Card using the Art Deco Glamour Cardmaking Collection featuring artwork by Mary Evans which comes with Issue 180 of Cardmaking and Papercraft Magazine.
This week I am sharing the second of two Wedding Anniversary Cards this time with Artwork by Barbara Anderson from a pad of her work created by Joanna Sheen, come and see what I have created.