Last weekend we got sent a fab box of crafting goodies from The Creation Station so we could get creative and make some things based around some amazing Tiny Pop shows like My Little Pony, Super Grover 2.0 and Cookie’s Crumby Pictures. We had a blast making everything and better still thanks to Tiny Pop’s latest idea, Show and Tell, we’ve been able to share our creations with them for an opportunity for them to be featured on air and maybe even win a prize!Continue reading Show and Tell with Tiny Pop
At the end of last year I was asked by LoveCrafts if there was anything new on the craft front I would like to learn in the new year. Now as you all know, I love my crafts and cross stitch, embroidery, papercrafts, jewelry making and more have all all been staples of my crafting life. However, for the longest time, both crochet and knitting have eluded me.
Many a time I have tried my hand at both crafts, having slightly more success with knitting than crochet, but never finishing a project. After a bit of thought I decided crochet was probably still a bit out of my reach but I could actually learn how to knit.Continue reading Learning to Knit with LoveCrafts
Easter is literally at the weekend, like a few days away. With everything that has been going on recently I am far from usual organised crafty self. Thankfully, as ever, Hobbycraft have the goods to make sure I get to have a little bit of Easter fun over the holidays with the kids.Continue reading Quick Easter Crafts for Kids from Hobbycraft
Over the last couple of months I have been beavering away at home, working my way through some course from The Centre of Excellence.
The Centre of Excellence offers a huge range of home learning courses but I was mostly interested in their crafting courses. I do love to craft and so it is naturally a topic that interests me.Continue reading Cosy Up with a Course from The Centre of Excellence
One of the biggest things about Christmas day for us, is Christmas Dinner. I love to make a fuss of it, set the table nicely and make everything look amazing. The only trouble being we have a teeny tiny table, squashed in a corner of our kitchen under some cupboards. With a little help from Hobbycraft, I’ve changed it into an amazing Christmas table.