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Crafty Creatures Review & Giveaway

| September 27, 2013 | 48 Comments
Crafty Creatures Review & Giveaway

You probably know me already and know that I do love a good craft book, especially one aimed at kids which is also DOABLE for kids… there are so many kids books out there, which are not always that suited. Crafty Creatures is JUST RIGHT. Here is what I thought of it: What do you […]

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Crafty & Yummy Book Reviews

| November 1, 2011 | 2 Comments
Crafty & Yummy Book Reviews

Welcome back to another cook and craft book review! The following three books are all totally gorgeous for different reasons. So I am convinced that there is a book here for everyone… First up: Everything Alice: the Wonderland Book of Makes. By Hannah Read-Baldrey, Christine Leech Oooh do you like Alice in Wonderland? Do you like […]

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Book Review: Witch Craft

| September 26, 2011 | 3 Comments
Book Review: Witch Craft

You know me and crafts… love it love it love it all! And when I am asked to review a craft book, I simply cannot say no…. but mind you, I only review the books on Red Ted Art that I like! And here is one of them: Witch Craft compiled by Margaret McGuire and […]

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Book Review: Stitch London & Knit The City

| September 20, 2011 | 3 Comments
Book Review: Stitch London & Knit The City

As some of you may know, I am a Londoner. Having ground up in the suburbs, I hated London. Having started my “career” in London, I LOVE London. I haven’t made “much use” of London since having the children, but I love having it on my doorstep.. and every so often I wander in. A […]

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Get Crafty with Nature – eBook

| August 23, 2011 | 3 Comments
Get Crafty with Nature – eBook

Since launching Time on Your Hands (Loo Roll Crafts for Throughout the Year) back in December 2010, this wonderful Nature ebook has been brewing.. Each  month, Red Ted and I ventured out into the great outdoors, collected some nature things, sticks, stones, leaves and then came home and Got Crafty. And *finally* we have it finished […]

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MAKE IT EASY – 11 Easy Tutorials in one ebook

| July 1, 2011 | 3 Comments
MAKE IT EASY – 11 Easy Tutorials in one ebook

Hooray! The MAKE IT EASY Collaborative ebook is here… Make It Easy is a series of 11 crafting tutorials hosted by talented, artistic and enthusiastic women. You will be shown how to create 11 unique and beautiful items and we really hope you will find some inspiration to get your craft on! All the crafts […]

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Craft Book Review: Find It, Make It

| June 27, 2011 | 2 Comments
Craft Book Review: Find It, Make It

Well my love affair with Cico Craft Books continues.. first there was Cute & Easy Crochet and then we had A Green Guide to Country Crafts. Love them both. Now I have find it, make it, by Clare Young – outdoor green crafts for children… I confess, I was a little “nervous” of receiving this […]

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Craft Book Review – A Green Guide to Country Crafts

| June 20, 2011 | 3 Comments
Craft Book Review – A Green Guide to Country Crafts

Ooooh I am such a fan of Cico books! A few months ago they sent me “Cute & Easy Crochet” and I LOVED it! They have now sent me this gorgeous book A green Guide to Country Crafts. And I love it! What particularly attracted me to it, is it’s section about Soap Making – […]

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Review – Cute & Easy Crochet

| March 14, 2011 | 4 Comments
Review – Cute & Easy Crochet

You may remember a few weeks ago I did a post on “How To Teach Yourself to Crochet“? Having mastered a ripple blanket I am now keen to try out lots of different patterns – at some point crocheting some cute toys. So when a fellow crafty friend (Chris from Thinly Spread) told me about […]

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Launching My First eBook

| December 29, 2010 | 25 Comments
Launching My First eBook

A conveniently collated ebook bringing you cheap “Paper Roll” crafts for around the year! This is a great way to get you crafting once a month or to give you ideas for “key calendar” dates, such as Chinese New Year or Halloween. All crafts use the humble paper roll as a basis and with the use of […]

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