Circles of Rain

Die cut robins from different materials. L-R, top to bottom, old music book cover which is marbled, old postcard, paper from variety pack from the pound shop, felt, egg box card, paper from variety pack, envelope from teacher card, aluminium can, another paper from the pack. I can’t stop!

Die cut robins from different materials. L-R, top to bottom, old music book cover which is marbled, old postcard, paper from variety pack from the pound shop, felt, egg box card, paper from variety pack, envelope from teacher card, aluminium can, another paper from the pack. I can’t stop!

Heads, Greenwich market

Heads, Greenwich market

Pastel typewriters ready to make thank you cards for work.

Pastel typewriters ready to make thank you cards for work.

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More die cutting.

Tithe barn in Lenham, prettily decorated and a sale of fabric and yarn too. I would like to live in this barn!

Beer can cut up, die cut and embossed. I had to go searching through the recycling bag to find more cans, and searching through the tool drawer for my tin snips but I am glad I did! I also tried using embossing powder and it worked fairly well.

Rainbow Dough
I make play dough every Sunday, ready for school. It takes a bit of time but is therapeutic. Today I made two batches of plain vanilla scented dough and mixed colour in afterwards. I couldn’t resist making a rainbow and found that the legend is true!

callaluna:

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annie-banks:

I decided on Friday that I really wanted some marquee letters, but vintage and even wooden ones are still hella expensive, so I used this diy tutorial. The only differences: I used 3 pieces of  poster board with a grid for easier cutting, I got two boxes of lights from Target for $10 each, I used the coin method, and I didn’t use silver spray paint. Grand total: $45.

I love this!

I want this.