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Red Ted Art: Australian Blog Book Tour!

| June 12, 2013 | 5 Comments
Red Ted Art: Australian Blog Book Tour!

A few weeks ago the lovely Kate from Laughing Kids Learn sent me a photo showing Red Ted Art the book in a local bookstore window in Melbourne! What exciting news, the book had finally arrived in Australia!! Well, we did have two little Gumnut Crafts in the book – because a) they are adorable […]

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Kids Get Crafty – Walnut Boats

| February 23, 2011 | 36 Comments
Kids Get Crafty – Walnut Boats

Traditional Walnut Boat Craft Our walnuts are back! I did say I had a few walnut crafts up my sleeves… if you liked our little racing walnut mice, you may like our walnut boats too! It is another one of those “super quick” crafts. It is also a VERY exciting craft for a young child, […]

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Kids Get Crafty – Robot Cards & The Robot & The Blue Bird

| February 16, 2011 | 29 Comments
Kids Get Crafty – Robot Cards & The Robot & The Blue Bird

Remember our robots from a few weeks back? Well, Red Ted now ADORES robots, so when we needed some more thank you cards, I thought these could be a nice easy craft for him. The key for this age group (3yrs) is to help them see what the “end result” will look like, so I […]

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How to… make pretty 3D Felt Flowers

| February 11, 2011 | 33 Comments
How to… make pretty 3D Felt Flowers

Sponsored Post – I wrote this How To “first” and then found a sponsor… so, all the content is “genuine” and “me”. What is even more fabulous, is that I bought my little felt balls from Blooming Felt at a craft fair a couple of months ago – so I was a customer first! And […]

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How to… make a Morsbags Shopping Bag out of a Shirt!

| January 7, 2011 | 28 Comments
How to… make a Morsbags Shopping Bag out of a Shirt!

Hello! Well.. I am not sure if today is a bit of a “cheat”. As I do bring you a “How To”, but essentially it is a How To that links to a pattern… but the reason I decided to go ahead anyway, is that I am hoping to tell you a little bit about […]

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Kids Get Crafty – Christmas Baubles

| December 15, 2010 | 58 Comments
Kids Get Crafty – Christmas Baubles

Red Ted and I got all Christmas crafty again this week. Well, we are in the middle of advent and I find that Christmas is a really special time of year to craft together. I love our little craft today, as it is another great way to “use kid’s art” and make something with it. We […]

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How to… make Austrian Angels: Weihnachtsengerl (Guest Post)

| December 3, 2010 | 27 Comments
How to… make Austrian Angels: Weihnachtsengerl (Guest Post)

Ok ok ok. Maybe these are NOT JUST Austrian.. however, they are made by a very lovely friend of mine, Andrea, who IS Austrian and who lives in Austria, so by default, these are Austrian Angels, aka Weihnachtsengerl. Also, I remember making angels LIKE these when I was younger. Andrea, told me that she sat […]

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Giveaway & Product Feature – Kodak

| December 1, 2010 | 1 Comment
Giveaway & Product Feature – Kodak

This is a sponsored post, but everything written, I wholeheartedly believe in! Photobook Review Well, we all love and know Kodak – they have been a staple in my photographic life, especially since finally switching to digital. When I want to share my photos or when I have a large batch of good quality photos […]

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Kids Get Crafty – Robots!

| December 1, 2010 | 30 Comments
Kids Get Crafty – Robots!

Welcome to Kids Get Crafty. This week we have a craft chosen by Red Ted 2-3 weeks ago. It is (as is supposed to be!) based on a book we were reading: Harry & The Robots. When we had finished it, Red Ted jumped up and demanded to make Robots. Well Robot making does take […]

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Winter Sparkle Get Crafty

| December 1, 2010 | 9 Comments
Winter Sparkle Get Crafty

Welcome to Winter Sparkle Get Crafty. I am not really sure “what I was expecting” when I choose the theme for this month’s Get Crafty, other than, to make winter greyness sparkle and look wonderful. So Winter Sparkle brings you some seasonal crafts… I think it is a wonderful collection again. I hope you like them. […]

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How to… Make Royal Icing Iced Biscuits – Ideal for Christmas!

| November 26, 2010 | 50 Comments
How to… Make Royal Icing Iced Biscuits – Ideal for Christmas!

Hello, let me introduce to you the lovely Bhaven from Biscuit Village who is sharing their very own Royal Icing Recipe with you today. If you haven’t visited their site before, you simply MUST! If you thought biscuits were boring, think again – at Biscuit Village you can get Greeting Card Biscuits (how cool is that?!), […]

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Kids Get Crafty – Only Dad’s & Sock Monsters (nice ones)

| November 24, 2010 | 11 Comments
Kids Get Crafty – Only Dad’s & Sock Monsters (nice ones)

In this week’s Kids Get Crafty, we had a very special craft in mind. It was set as a special Christmas task by “Only Dads” – a support website for single parents, set up by a lovely single Dad from Devon. And so we did. Don’t forget that this is also a link up party/ […]

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Review – Schellen Ursuli & International Book Swap

| November 22, 2010 | 3 Comments
Review – Schellen Ursuli & International Book Swap

A few months ago, the wonderful Zoe at Playing by the Book organised a book swap! Wow! Yes, after the success of her Postcard Swap, she upped the ante and organised a Picture Book Swap! The main reason for joining the Book Swap, was of course to get a new lovely book, that I may […]

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How to… make Silver Cufflinks & Silver Charms! (using Silver Clay)

| November 12, 2010 | 11 Comments
How to… make Silver Cufflinks & Silver Charms! (using Silver Clay)

This is a advertorial.  At the bottom of this How to, I will tell you more about where I bought my kit – i.e. all about my lovely sponsors of this post! I just wanted to say first, that I chose to buy my Art Clay from this company before we even spoke about advertising! Most […]

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