This box is so easy to make as it uses a die to cut and score the whole lot!
I really enjoyed making all these stars…especially the large one!
I’m really excited about today’s project! It looks complicated, but I show you how to make it step by step.
Easy boxes with acetate, without the hassle of making a complete box – here’s how….
I love how an idea comes together and works just as you imagine it. This book contains mini drawers of treats and they won’t disappoint!
This box die is my favourite! It sold out within a day or two of being released and I’m not surprised it went so fast! Today, I show how to easy it is to put together.
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?
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 really enjoyed making this project of my vacation to Italy a few years back. This trio of mini albums are perfect for recording your travel memories, especially as you can dedicate each mini for each place you visited. The new collection called Journey is perfect for any sort of city break as the colours […]
Today’s project is a giant one and is the most amazing sight when you open up the box. I’ve had this idea for around a year now, so I hope you enjoy this special little (big) treat for holding 64 Ferrero Rochers!
I am totally in love with the intricate heart die that I used for the top of today’s box! A matching card with the same heart is an absolute must if you make this one. And how lovely would they look together?!
Today we are making a very cute gift for Valentine’s Day – a mini handbag that holds 1 Ferrero Rocher! Perfect for giving to a loved one!
These light boxes have been everywhere this Christmas! This quick little trick will update your light box in a flash and you can change as often as you like. Here’s how…
I love how this card can be given as a card and then displayed as a light up ornament over the Christmas season.
I make this every birthday for each of my children to take into school for their friends. My mother used to make one for me when I was little, so I’ve carried on with this little tradition.
Today I will be showing you how to add foil to your projects without the need of heat! This technique will work with most projects and it’s really simple too 🙂
These are probably one of the cutest, sweetest, dinkiest projects that I’ve made in a while and I cannot wait to give these out! Plus, you can make 9 of these from a 12×12 piece of paper!
I love how these little boxes look when they are together – they make the perfect teacher gift or making for a craft fair.
We have a special project today that also comes with a discount code for the papers and elements used to make them. We are also learning how to print on acetate with your inkjet printer! Yes, you heard that correctly!
I really enjoyed making these and can’t wait to hang them on a small table top Christmas tree! They also look so cute lined up together on my desk and my daughter has already told me which one is hers 🙂