Boy oh boy did I have fun playing with the new Dressables dies from Tonic Studios. I had so many ideas and drew out lots of sketches but had to narrow my choices down to just 5. Believe me when I say that was very, very , very hard! Here is one of my projects ...
As a New year treat to myself, I decided to revamp my blog and tried lots of different looks ... sadly Blogger was not so happy with all my changes and thought my account had been hacked! This meant I had no access to my blog ... and oh how I do adore my blog. Luckily I had some posts saved as drafts, which means I have something to share straight away but I now need to write up all my other projects as have been very lucky recently to 'play' with some wonderful crafting goodies. Before I rudely rush off, how are you all? What have you been making/using recently? Please do share. So with without further adieu, I better get photos checked and posts written ... Catch up with everyone real soon, Lou x x x
A long while ago, I was given quite a few of the Christmas Buildables to 'play' with and of course that's exactly what I did. I even took them in to school for the children to make their own Christmas characters. We had a great time mixing and matching the parts but we might have crossed over and created a few Frankenstein Christmas characters ...! Sadly I have no photos to share with you.
Firstly let me begin by saying 'Happy New year' and here's hoping 2018 lives up to all expectations. Oh my when I went through a folder called "camera dump", I discovered oodles of photos of projects that I have not shared, so after organising them in to folders,I thought I better quickly share the Christmas themed projects before 6th January - the twelfth night of Christmas. Tonic Studios Festive Friends Shaker dies & matching stamps.