Monthly Archives - September 2018

Seasonal scrapbooking with a twist!

I couldn't be more excited about the possibilities of using our Magic Windows Slide & Reveal die set to make incredible scrapbook layouts!! Press the 'play' button below to see one scene dissolve into another – it really is magical... I absolutely love the fact that Magic Windows have a hidden image or photograph that is only revealed when the tab slides! It's such a unique feature and I've not seen scrapbook pages that are interactive like this before.             Magic Windows make it...

Etched-glass-effect baubles!

These glass-effect baubles are absolutely stunning! I discovered the technique whilst experimenting with different stamping effects. I promise there's no etching involved, as they're made by simply stamping onto clear shrink plastic. The nostalgic scenes and festive motifs from the Beautiful Moments - Cold Days, Warm Hearts Christmas Wonderland and Winter Days stamp sets work so well with this technique - especially as the circular designs are perfect for making hanging baubles! We're proud that our stamp sets are made from high-quality photopolymer....

Magic Windows photo cards!

There's no getting around the fact that the Magic Windows Slide & Reveal Die set is an incredible craft tool! It enables you to make your own Magic Windows cards from stamped designs, patterned papers and even photo cards. There really is nothing else like it on the market. Knowing that I can use the die set to make personalised photo cards is really exciting! In the past I've spent a fortune online making personalised cards, but they're always generic and...

5-minute stamping challenge!

I love thinking of different ways to use craft products. Probably because I'm a thrifty crafter at heart!  I'm thoroughly enjoying using our two Beautiful Moments - Cold Days, Warm Hearts stamp sets and, if you managed to see our show on HOCHANDA, you'll see that I got a bit carried away making samples!  One of those samples was originally just an experiment, as I wanted to try stamping directly on to wood and I thought that brown ink would look nice ....

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