Isn’t it a great thing to discover that you can use your Christmas stamps at Easter? Today, I show you how!
I was so excited to finally see these new travel papers in print a few weeks ago and now I am sharing all the pages in detail!
It’s been a while since I have made one of these and I fancied making one without using my laminator. I have found the perfect solution for the cover and it’s nice and sturdy too!
Today’s tutorial is a highly requested one! We’re starting right at the beginning of using digital/printable papercraft collections and I show you exactly how to get started with printing them.
Today we are making our own pretty daffodil mugs with water slide decals. You’ll be amazed how many nice mugs you can make with these easy transfers!
Today’s project is a really cute little basket that is easy to make from 6″x 6″ paper and the envelope punch board. Follow my easy steps on how to make it…
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so here are some quick project ideas to get you ready in no time.
If you are behind in your memory keeping and feeling the pressure and guilt from it, this video is for you.
Yesterday was the official launch of my new Album Collection – a set of dies to completely change the way you make your albums….just cut out and assemble!
I am so excited to share with you my new mini album dies! These make putting together an album so quick and straightforward.
To start the crafty year I’m sharing the newest crafty products and magazines on my desk!
It’s that time of year where I need a new planner, so here is my way of putting together something fast and simple!
Ever wondered how to store your craft magazines or any other magazine collection for that matter? Today I show you how I store mine easily with the Magi Clip system.
It’s the last day of The 12 Days of Christmas 2018! Today I am sharing how to make quick and easy table favours – perfect if you have left it to the last minute!
When you need to keep it simple when making a mini album, paper bags are the perfect answer!
Creating a unique Christmas card doesn’t always have to be difficult. Today, I show you how to easily use your stamps and matching dies to create shaped cards.
I’ve done a tiny bit of craft shopping this month and here is what I’ve bought….
I love creating coordinating gift packaging and matching cards at Christmas – it gives it a ‘put together’ look. Plus, it’s really easy with a printable digital paper collection.
This box is so easy to make as it uses a die to cut and score the whole lot!
Making a batch of Christmas cards that are the same is a great way of saving time this time of year.