Friday, 25 November 2011

Counting down to Christmas!

We are counting down to the big Christmas crop on 3rd December and here are the details that you need.

For Ann's calendar class she is using this paper line

You will need 12 - 3inch x 4 inch photos (2 per 6 x 4 photo) and for the project additional project 3 coordinating photos max 2 inches x 2.5 inches.

Debbie is using these papers for her class

When I asked her for photo size this was her reply

"No photos required for this class ... yet. It is a countdown to Christmas layout - the idea being to create a page then add a photo or journalling card each day from the 1st to the 25th December. What is required is the delegates take a photo or make a note of something each day from the 1.12.2011 to add to their page after."

What an exciting prospect - The whole of Christmas 2011 on a double page!

For Denise's class it would be helpful if you could bring along a blending tool, if you have one and distress inks.

Well there you have it - a 10 hour day packed full of crafting, a bring and share lunch, an amazing calendar class and a project taught by Ann Freeman, an awesome double page layout taught by Debbie Jewell and a fabulous card and envelope taught by Denise Holmes - all for just £30.00. We have three remaining places so if you would like to book one then email

Have a safe journey ladies and I look forward to seeing you on the 3rd.


Monday, 21 November 2011

Three Remaining Places!

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Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Are you up for catching a few scraps?

Look at this absolutely gorgeous scrap catcher - the class that, the very talented but oh so modest, Jane taught at the Eclectic Keepsakes crop on Saturday.
By the end of the afternoon almost everyone had one of these little beauties dangling from their scrap space and can you believe it - some had even started using them for paper scraps! They were just so easy to make, especially with the comprehensive instructions that Jane supplied and even Denise who claims not to have sewn since leaving school had made a perfect scrap catcher.

Now here's the deal, Jane has a few spare kits that are for sale at £7.50 including p&p. All that is needed to finish the scrap catcher is a sewing machine and 250gms of red lentils to fill the bag that holds the catcher onto the table. If you would like a kit, email me at