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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Challenge Sponsor, More Demo Days, New Arrivals

Good Morning Crafters

I have some exciting news, this month Keep on Crafting are sponsoring the Craft Stamper Magazine Take It Make It August Anything Stamping Goes Challenge.  So why not hop over to the Craft Stamper blog and enter your make (please remember to read their challenge guidelines). The prize is some fabulous Prima products!  Craft Stamper magazine is available at the shop.

There was a lot of fun at the Stix 2 cafting day on Saturday with makes and takes and tips and techniques from the talented Rushanne. Not to mention lots of laughter.  Here is a photo of the items I made together with my crafty haul.


New Arrivals
New items coming to the shop this week include; Festive products designed by Phill Martin, 

die-cut Christmas decoupage from Craft Creations and Paper Craft Dies from Creative Expressions.

The Hunkydory Scoreboard with Project Book will also be making it's debut in the shop.
Workshop Places
There are still places left on this Saturday's workshop with Christine, Spellbinders UK Ambassador.  She will be leading a workshop using the Little Red Wagon designed by Debi Adams.


Free Demo Day 
2 September
Chris Stevens will be showing us how to use a new product from Craft Creations for making 3 Dimensional Cards for that special event.. Come and see how to assemble them and create some really stunning designs.

23 September
Missed out on the Distress Oxide workshops?  Wondering what the hype is about? Then this is a date for your diary, as Chris demos these fabulous new inks from Tim Holtz.  

Blog Editor's Pick
This week I'm sharing another staple in my crafty arsenal, and it's another white product but it's anything but boring!  The White Gelly Roll is great for adding highlights to coloured images, writing on black cardstock, detailing around stencilling or stamping on your cards and mixed media projects.  Francoise Read, designer for Woodware Stamps, uses the white gelly roll pen on almost all her projects.  At just £1.99 each it's worth grabbing two. 



Keep on Crafting. 

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