The music of the night

Happy International Women’s Day! I thought it would be apt to share a project featuring one of my favourite little ladies! I love Agatha in all her incarnations and am hoping that her creator, Magda Polakow, will continue dreaming up … Continue reading

Hearts, roses and lace

I am in the middle of a major, major clear up of my crafting space. Although I am making progress, it is painfully slow. I have now reached the stage where it is the “storm before the calm” i.e. a … Continue reading

Burlap and book pages

City Crafter Challenge Blog have kicked of 2015 with a challenge that asks you to use burlap or, as we call it over here in the UK, hessian. I have quite a bit of this in my stash but, as … Continue reading

Winter pocket

Here in the UK we have been experiencing a “weather bomb,” or to give its correct meteorological name “explosive cyclogenesis”. In reality that has meant strong winds, lots of rain with blasts of snow and hail and, most interestingly, waking … Continue reading

Paper clay fun

For lots of reasons, I am very excited about today’s post. I hope you will like it as much as I do.┬áThe moment I saw there was a new Stampotique Agatha Stamp (you will remember I am on a mission … Continue reading

All the stars are coming out today

If you are regular participant in blog challenges no doubt, like me, you go through waves where the themes are either interlinked or, because you have been making something related to one theme, similar motifs crop up in your work … Continue reading

In a word

Morning all and I hope you are having a happy weekend. Today I’m sharing a couple of cards that I have made for this week’s challenge at City Crafter Challenge Blog where the theme is to use just one word … Continue reading

Merry mistletoe

Having declared the Christmas crafting season officially open I was thrilled that this week’s challenge over at City Crafter Challenge Blog has the theme of CAS Christmas. Specifically a one layer card. Not only does it give me an excuse … Continue reading