Last night at Hailsham Stamp Club we had our first ATC swap of the year. The theme for this month set by myself was WINTER. I am delighted with the beautiful cards I received. I think that they perfectly reflect the varied artistic styles of our members. Can you spot my card? Next month we are… Continue reading Stamp Club – January 2018
So, it's been a while since my last post. I was excited for the summer holidays but as it transpired I hardly had the kids as Billy and Ambs both took time off to be with them and when I did we were outside enjoying the sunshine. Anyway, New Year, new start. Belle and I… Continue reading Catching up time.
In a way I was dreading the school holidays as the age gap between my granddaughters (8 and 3) can lead to bickering BUT I've hardly seen them due to their mum changing jobs and taking a couple of weeks off. This is why I haven't blogged for ages. We haven't had time to do… Continue reading Make your own Stamps
Today was the day I decided to take on the mammoth task of clearing out the office to accommodate my craft stash. I wanted to keep all the kids craft stuff together and accessible to small people while putting my more important (and expensive) equipment higher up. It took me the best part of 6… Continue reading Mission accomplished
We are lucky enough to live about a 5 minute drive from the beautiful South Coast so last week we went to the beach to collect some stones to paint at home. We covered the table and painted the stones with a single colour of acrylic paint and left them to dry. Then the next… Continue reading Painting Stones
I have spent the last week or so reviewing this new adventure and thinking about how I want to present it and move forward. I have decided that I can't have a blog called Nanny's Craft Room when I don't actually have a dedicated craft room. Like a lot of crafters I craft on my… Continue reading Decisions, decisions…..
This month at Stamp Club we re-visited Masking. This is a useful technique for layering stamped images without them overlapping. Choose a stamp which is fairly easy to cut out as you will need to do this to make the "mask". I chose a fairly bold flower stamp. Ink and stamp it once onto… Continue reading Masking technique
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