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Cardboard Box Crafts: Computer

| May 7, 2014
Cardboard Box Crafts: Computer

Continuing our celebration of the UK Blogging Awards “BiBs”, we have another lovely guest poster from the Craft Category today. For me, events like the BiBs, is an opportunity to explore and celebrate my peer group and get excited about all things crafty. So I have asked some of the “competition” if they would like to […]

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Painting a Fairy Garden

| April 9, 2013 | 2 Comments
Painting a Fairy Garden

Today, one of the 20Moms, Tiffany Dahle from Peanut Blossom, is here to share her adorable painted fairy houses project. I’m over at Teach Preschool today, I’d love if you’d come over and say hi. Keep following the trail of 20Moms as we circle around to all of our readers today! ___________________________________________________________ We’re planting a […]

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How to make a Shabby Chic Cake Stand (Guest Post)

| November 25, 2011 | 17 Comments
How to make a Shabby Chic Cake Stand (Guest Post)

Welcome to this week’s lovely Guest Post. This week, Zoe from Playing By The Book shares her delightful “How to make a shabby chic cake stand that even Kirsty Alsopp might be proud of!”. Shabby Chic is all the rage these days and I think this plate stand is fabulous. I spotted it a few […]

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How to… make a Fabric Notice Board (Guest Post)

| November 18, 2011 | 5 Comments
How to… make a Fabric Notice Board (Guest Post)

Welcome back to this week’s “How To”, we have a “How to Make a Fabric Notice Board” for you.. What to do with an old frame? Upcycle of course! The lovely Kelly Innes from Domestic Goddesque is visiting again (she shared her fabulous Peg Wreath a couple of weeks ago). If you didn’t get a […]

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How To… Make a Peg Christmas Wreath

| November 4, 2011 | 19 Comments
How To… Make a Peg Christmas Wreath

Welcome to How To… Make a Peg Christmas Wreath – a perfect wreath to help display all those wonderful Christmas cards you will be receiving… The lovely Kelly Innes from Domestic Goddesque is visiting again. If you don’t know Kelly, itis about time you did.. she does EVERYTHING, from crafting, to baking (check out her pumpkin cake) […]

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How To… Make Paper Quilled Daisy Earring (Guest Post)

| September 23, 2011 | 27 Comments
How To… Make Paper Quilled Daisy Earring (Guest Post)

Welcome to this “Paper Quilling How To”, brought to you by the lovely Honey from Honeys Quilling. I first met Honey few months ago when I joined a collaborative ebook prokect – Make It Easy. Honey really has a fabulous passoin for Paper Quilling – a craft that I haven’t had a go since my […]

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How to… make Yarn Ball Lights (Guest Post)

| September 16, 2011 | 25 Comments
How to… make Yarn Ball Lights (Guest Post)

This week we have a fun and crafty idea from Kim and her blog Kims Kandy Kreations. I know Kim from her fun weekend link up parties. Today she shares her clever yarn ball lights… Just make sure you have heat resistant glue OR don’t leave these on over night… or use low heat emmitting fairy […]

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How to… Spin Art Fabric Painting

| July 22, 2011 | 22 Comments
How to… Spin Art Fabric Painting

Welcome back to this weeks tutorial: Spin Art Fabric Painting! It is a guest post by the lovely Roopa from Putti Prapancha. I know Roopa through the kids craft network and each week she comes up with more and more fun crafty ideas to do with your kids – from painting with balls on slides […]

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How to… Scrapbook

| June 10, 2011 | 8 Comments
How to… Scrapbook

How To Scrapbook.. or more to the point What IS Scrapbooking? Scrapbooking is a massively popular and huge sector in today’s craft world.. and I thought that any self respecting craft blog MUST have at least one post about it. So, I went to one of the scrapbooking experts and begged for advice! Kerry (@scrapbookerry) […]

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How To… make a Felted Button

| June 3, 2011 | 24 Comments
How To… make a Felted Button

If you ever thought linkys and bloghops were a waste of time think again.. through my prolific linking up, I have discovered many a wonderful blog – getting fabulous inspiration and learning new things. My Poppet is one such blog – I found the lovely Cinti from “Down Under” via The Creative Jewish Moms link […]

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How To.. make a Beautiful Kite!

| May 27, 2011 | 43 Comments
How To.. make a Beautiful Kite!

So… with Weather Get Crafty “literally just around the corner” it was really time to bring you this beautiful How To Make A Kite post… it is fabulous guest post from Teri at The Journals of Giddy Giddy… and her blog makes me just that – giddy! It is BEAUTIFUL, I tell you… I could […]

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How to… make Organza flowers

| May 13, 2011 | 42 Comments
How to… make Organza flowers

Welcome back to the How To section. Today we are looking at how to make Organza Flowers… As you know I often have Guest Posters share their wonderful creative and crafty ideas. This is a fabulous way to keep me on my toes and help bring new and varied crafts. I have often learnt a […]

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How to… make a Personalised Paper Wedding Anniversary Gift (Guest Post)

| April 29, 2011 | 19 Comments
How to… make a Personalised Paper Wedding Anniversary Gift (Guest Post)

Hello! Well today is the day of all days “Kate and Will” are GETTING MARRIED!! Hooray! And to celebrate we are having a Royal Wedding Street Party on our road. So exciting. In the meantime, I was this wonderfully simple, but lovely Guest Post for you – a great idea to celebrate your Wedding Anniversary! […]

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How to… Make Fabric “Paper” Chains (Guest Post)

| April 8, 2011 | 20 Comments
How to… Make Fabric “Paper” Chains (Guest Post)

Remember the wonderful and beautiful Helen from Ickle Babe from a few month’s back? She came up with this great way of “recycling” your child’s favourite t-shirt that they have either outgrown or that has stained or been damaged. It was fabulous and you must go and take a look. Helen really is a very […]

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