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.
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 that time of year when the tinsel comes out and my camera can’t cope with the summer heat! Christmas in July is just around the corner and I’ve been shopping! Wanna see??
Here we have part 2 of the Christmas mini album bonus. I love how easily this album comes together and can’t wait to fill it with all my Christmas memories.
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!
Now today’s project is one you need to be brave enough to try and I will encourage you to give it a go! I will be showing you how to heat emboss on a drinking glass and it’s kinda fun 🙂
I love today’s project – it looks like hours were spent making it, when in reality it took a small amount of time with the added bonus of having fun. Happy Sunday everyone 🙂
We are making a really cute and fun mini album for Day 8 of this series. It’s actually quite simple to make, but it looks really complicated. I like those types of projects the best, don’t you?
These are super easy to make and if you have a bunch to make, then you’ll have them done in no time! Here’s how…
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 🙂
You’ve all been enjoying DAY 2 of 12 Days of Christmas and I had a request from a viewer for measurements with the Martha Stewart Score board & envelope attachment. Whilst I was working on those measurements, I thought I would also dust of my SU! diagonal score board attachment for my Simply Scored. True, […]
If you are new to scrapbooking, I will give you a few tips on where to start in today’s post & project. Today we’ll be using the Baby’s First Christmas collection and I when I saw it, I knew exactly which photo I wanted to start with.
Today’s project is a fun one! Just like the twist and pop card, this spinner card is easy to make and fun to play with.
It’s been a whole year since my last 12 Days of Christmas series! And what a journey it’s been so far! I’m almost done with filming this year’s series, so here’s the update…
For this quick & easy treat box, I have used the new stunning Christmas collection called Shimmer from Nitwit collections. This collection boasts the bright traditional Christmas colours of red & green, teamed with a crisp white and a little sparkle. I get to use this collection again and again as it’s a printable! The […]
This time of year is my favourite for buying magazines – and by that, I mean any kind. Craft, home and of course the Radio Times in December. When I saw Making Cards Christmas Papercraft Special, I ordered it and waited not so very patiently for it to land on my doormat. This is a […]
I absolutely adore this time of year for buying papercraft magazines. Why? Because the free gifts are extra amazing in the Christmas issues and the ones in issue 47 Creative Stamping magazine will not disappoint! And the fact they are by Altenew made me happy dance when it landed on my doorstep.
Today’s project was a highly requested one from my Christmas in July bonus tutorial – The giant twist & pop album. Inside I made a mini twist & pop album that sat inside a pocket. You all asked for a tutorial for that…so here it is – with a few surprises inside!