Here you will find reviews on a wide range of things. From tools, kits and books to shops and crafty days out. If there is something you would like me to review, get in touch and I will try my very best to help!
It’s been a while since I have posted here. Since the Meet the Settlers event a few weeks ago I have been feeling exhausted! I have been pottering about and crafting a few projects as well as volunteering on the Settlers project, but I haven’t had the energy to sit and write about everything!Continue reading Out of the Box with Resin8
I have never been much of an artist. I get easily frustrated, especially when things don’t look perfect. So what possessed me to sign up for an art workshop I will never know, but I’m very glad I did!
This afternoon I have been at Scotch Lodge Farm and Craft Shop taking part in an acrylic painting workshop with local artist Sandra Costello (check out Sandra’s Facebook page here).Continue reading Review – Acrylic on Canvas Painting Workshop
It seems like an eternity ago that I bought these Harry Potter craft kits from Aldi. I have now made two out of the four kits, one crochet project and one knitting project. All kits were priced at £3.99, which is the same price as Aldi’s “so crafty” range of kits.
What is inside a £3.99 craft kit?
In the make your own hat kit there are two balls of yarn in burgundy and one ball in gold (yellow to you and me!). I don’t know how much yarn there is per ball or what the yarn is made of as there are no yarn wrappers and the information is not printed on the box. The kit also contains a set of bamboo knitting needles, a plastic darning needle and a template for a pompom, as well as a pattern to make the hat. If you want to watch an unboxing video, click here.Continue reading Harry Potter Knit Your Own Hat, a review
I have been a fan of Altenew products for a long time. The first time I ever saw anyone using the layering stamps I was so impressed with how simple the techniques were and how beautiful the results were. So I recently took the plunge and bought myself two sets of Altenew stamps and a set of inks.Continue reading Review: Altenew Layering Stamps and Inks
A few weeks ago I bought the “Modern Floral” coordinating stamps and dies from The Thirsty Brush & Co. I spent £29.68 on the collection. For this I got a set of 10 stamps and 8 dies. There are no consumables in the collection. So provided the stamps and dies are looked after they will last forever.
The stamps themselves are great quality. They stick to acrylic blocks very well; the image they leave is crisp and clean and the stamps stamp well every time. The dies are also of good quality and feel strong and robust. They will all fit easily through an A5 sized die cutting machine such as the Snap or the Gemini Junior. The dies fit neatly over the stamped images and are very easy to align.Continue reading Review: Modern Florals Coordinating Stamps and Dies from The Thirsty Brush & Co
For a long time I have wanted to get my hands on some alcohol inks. Well last week it finally happened! If you want to see what’s in the box then watch our video below!Continue reading Out of the Box with Tim Holtz
Open up this months Create and Craft Club members gift with me! This month the gift is a paper pad from The Paper Boutique from Creative Crafting World.
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I am pleased to bring you the latest in my unboxing series! I am absolutely loving these coordinating stamps and dies from Tonic Studios! Take a look at the video and see how great they are for yourself!
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