Review – Fables & Fairy Tales to Cross Stitch by Veronique Enginger

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I am so excited to review Fables & Fairy Tales to Cross Stitch by Veronique Enginger because it’s probably the most beautiful craft book I’ve ever seen! If you love to cross stitch (and if you don’t you can learn how to cross stitch here) you need this book in your life. Read on toRead more

How to tutorial – St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Brooch

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St. Patrick’s day is coming up which makes me think of my Granny. She was Irish and would always wear a big bunch of shamrock on her coat on St. Patrick’s day. The little version of me always wondered why she was wearing a bunch of parsley! Now I know better and not being ableRead more

How to tutorial – Beginners Cross Stitching

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Cross stitch is a great craft for people who enjoy patterns and puzzles. Creating uniform stitches and completing each block of colour on the pattern is very mindful. You can switch off as you watch the tiny crosses become a larger image and it’s a great sense of achievement to finish a big project. IRead more

Review – Creative Flow by Jocelyn De Kwant

Review Creative Flow by Jocelyn De Kwant

If you’ve read any of the other reviews on Craftyism, you’ll know how much I enjoy a crafty mindfulness book! That’s why I’m excited to be reviewing Creative Flow: A Year in my Mindful Life by Jocelyn De Kwant. What’s it about?: Creative Flow is a workbook of 365 small creative or meditative exercises. TheseRead more

How to tutorial – Pancake Day Necklace

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I love pancakes! With pancake day coming up next week I want to show everybody just how much I love pancakes. If you do too, why not make some pancake day craft and create your own pancake fan girl necklace. You will need: White Shrink Plastic sheets Coloured pens Scissors Single hole punch Necklace JumpRead more

5 Top Tips: How I became an organised crafter

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Crafting is a great hobby. It helps you relax, unleashes creativity and means you’re never stuck for a personalised present. However, there is one downside to crafting – all the stuff you have to have! Here are my 5 top tips on how I became a more organised crafter, and how you can too: Tip No.1Read more

Review – Scratch & Create: Enchanted Forest by Kailey Whitman

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Colouring books are so 2017. Now it’s all about scratch art! Keep reading to find out about this new craze as I review Scratch & Create: Enchanted Forest by Kailey Whitman. What’s it about?: Included in Scratch & Create: Enchanted Forest is a book of 20 original art postcards and a plastic stylus. Each postcard isRead more

How to tutorial – Easy Yearly Journal

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Do you like the idea of journaling but are too lazy/lacking in will power to write it up everyday? Me too! For the past few years I’ve made myself a really easy journal that takes seconds to fill each day. It’s based on this Instructables tutorial by Faitmain-Faitcoeur. This journal doesn’t require any writing or deepRead more

How to tutorial – Fairy Light Twig Star Wreath

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One of my favourite things about this time of year is fairy lights! I wanted to make a wreath that would show off some pretty copper fairy lights that I got from Hobbycraft. Keep reading to find out how to make your own really cheap and easy Fairy Light Twig Star Wreath. You will need:Read more

How to tutorial – Coconut Unicorn Bath Milk

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At this time of year, everything can seem a bit grey and cold. What better way to cheer things up than a sparkly unicorn bath! With tropical coconut milk, pink Himalayan sea salt and colourful glitter, you’ll be feeling festive in no time. Follow along to make your own really easy Coconut Unicorn Bath Milk.Read more