I’ve been at my craft desk today making Christmas cards and I was surprised at how fast I was completing them!
Today’s tutorial is all about how to use the new Pinwheel Card die from Simply Made Crafts – it’s so easy to make and looks like hours were spent making it!
We’re coming up to the gifting season and as the cold weather sets in, we are baking more in the kitchen. Why not present your baking in an easy and quick to make loaf tin/tray?
This pinwheel card is my favourite style at the moment. Now there’s a die that does all the hard work for you, these are an absolute joy to make!
We launched my new craft product line Simply Made Crafts on Friday during the Craft Stash Live show. If you missed it, you can watch it here!
I am so happy and excited to announce my very own papercraft brand called Simply Made Crafts by Helen Griffin!! A brand new range of papers, stamps, dies and accessories.
I have some new tutorials over at Craft Stash’s YouTube channel! There’s last minute Christmas treats and a super quick mini album. Plus, you can watch all of them here in one place.
Today’s video tags onto the back of the Christmas Craft Magazine review video earlier on in the week. I’ve added to my Christmas stash and I can’t wait for you to see!
I love using paperbags in my mini album designs and today’s folio is a breeze to make. All you need is 6 paper bags and some cardstock! Oh…and the new papers from Nitwit collections!
It’s September and after a slow down over the summer, I’m now back to a regular filming schedule! We’re kicking off the season with the first of the Christmas craft magazine issues.
If you missed me co-hosting the Craft Stash Live show on Facebook back in August, here is your chance to watch me (and not just my hands!).
Today’s tutorial is a video I made for Craft Stash where I show you how to make a quick and easy last minute gift featuring the Brother Design n’ Craft Label Printer. Printing your own labels and instructions will make your gift stand out from the rest!
As always, we have a BONUS tutorial at the end of the series! It’s a stunning mini album made with envelopes and cards – here’s how to make yours…
Here we are on the last day of Christmas in July 🙁 We’re having a little party in today’s tutorial…with real Christmas crackers that go ‘bang’ when you pull them. They even have the not so funny jokes inside.
It’s day 4 of Christmas in July and I have something special for today’s project. I have taken inspiration from my mini album guru, Laura Dennison and created a beautiful accordion box . Her one was made from envelopes and mine is from patterned pockets.
I love today’s project! I can’t wait to fill it with photos, journaling & embellishments and place it out on display in December. This is most definitely something for the coffee table. The most unusual items you’ll be needing for this project are wooden skewer sticks!
Welcome to day 2 of Christmas in July and we’re in the middle of a heatwave in the UK! I’m just about ready to melt! But here’s a quick and easy album to make using 6″x 6″ paper and the Gift Bag Punch Board by We R Memory Keepers.
We are starting the 1st day of Christmas in July with a beautiful gift box in the style of a presentation box. Lift up the flap to reveal the contents without anything falling out.
The 3rd Christmas in July series will be starting on the 25th of this month and I can’t wait to share all the projects with you! We have everything from gift boxes to mini albums.Continue reading→
This is the last bit of shopping I have done for Christmas in July. Today I am featuring the new Winter Wonderland collection from Crafter’s Companion. The papers are beautiful!Continue reading→