I’ve spent the last few days updating my Etsy shop with some new bits and realised that I didn’t get round to sharing the new colours I made using the watercolour polymer clay technique. I loved the blue/green collection so much I had to try it again using warmer colours perfect for autumn but would… Continue reading Watercolour Clay Part 2
When I was preparing for the craft fair in October/November I decided to work on a monochrome collection of jewellery to contrast with all the colourful pieces I had previously made. I always like to work with colour but appreciate that not everyone feels the same way. I had seen two ideas for polymer clay… Continue reading Monochrome Jewellery
Hello! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and that the new year fills you with excitement at what possibilities the next 12 months have to offer. For me 2017 flew by far too quickly, especially from September onwards and it wasn’t all because I was having too much fun either. It was a… Continue reading New Year Resolutions?
Hello! I am a big believer in trying to combine learned techniques with new ways of working. I have made galaxy inspired backgrounds in card making a few times and always loved the results (such as this one – rubbish photo but you get the idea) but since I am now totally in love with… Continue reading Galaxy Jewellery
A few week ago we went to clothes shopping for my kids. You can’t go too wrong with supermarket clothes (especially for growing kids) so we went to Asda. Whilst I definitely wasn’t looking for myself, I found a jumper with 3 large daisies on the front and fell in love with it. It makes… Continue reading Cloud Beads
Hello, A blog a second day in a row! This looks a lot like me trying to get organised. My eldest is off school today on an in-set day (teacher training type day) so she is sat next to me chatting and sewing penguins so if my sentences seem illogical it’s because I have a… Continue reading Watercolour Clay?
We are well into the school summer holidays so crafting is a little slower than normal but I have been itching to use the new pip beads I bought in my local bead shop. They are lovely and unlike anything I have used before. Think squashed apple pips with a hole in the pointy end!… Continue reading Flower Bracelet