I love advent calendars and I’m really pleased to be able to make my own this year using two lovely die sets from the Simply Made Crafts Christmas range.
We had so much fun launching all my new Christmas products last Friday! Here is the replay and also some discount codes!
After the amazing launch of my new Christmas 2019 range from Simply Made Crafts on Friday, you can now watch the replay if you missed it.
Welcome to the first day of my annual 12 Days of Christmas!! I look forward to making this series every year and I have plenty of Christmas projects on the way!
I’m so excited to share with you the new November subscription box from the Papercraft Society!! I am so lucky to be the designer behind this box and I had extra fun designing the die set too!
I have another Simply Made Crafts Christmas gift and project to share with you today Here are the details…
I am so happy to bringing you this shaker kit that comes as the cover gift for Papercraft Essentials 179! This kit takes out all the hassle of making a shaker card and today I show you just how easy it is!
This is one of my favourite times of year, especially when the magazines start showing all the wonderful things you can make for Christmas!
Today’s make is really simple and perfect if you have a lot to make. Here is how to make yours…
Today we are using a gift from a papercraft magazine to make a Rolodex/Memorydex style album. It’s perfect as an advent calendar or Christmas album.
For day 2 we have a really easy paperbag album to make. This tutorial will take you though it step by step, so you can join in whatever size of bag you use.
Welcome to the first Christmas series of this year! And yet again, it’s in the middle of a heatwave! It’s Christmas in July 2019!
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.
I’ve been wanting to try this technique for quite some time and I just love how the backgrounds have turned out!