I absolutely love Lucky Dip Club – it’s my monthly dose of happiness delivered to my work. Crafty, cute, kitsch, retro… all combined in a box, along with being able to support small businesses, illustrators and feel part of a fun community.
Last week it was the first Lucky Dip Club subscriber meetup at The New Hoxton hotel in Holborn. I was really excited to meet fellow subscribers – like-minded, fun people who I’d followed on Instagram, seen on Twitter etc., and also excited to get involved in the activities offered to us to take part in.
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Busy Busy = Not Enough Time to Craft
Life has been pretty busy recently, I must admit, and blogging has taken a back burner due to starting a new job, Christmas shopping, zumba, hula hooping (I’m doing quite well now – more on that in another post), spending time with friends and family, and trying to take care of myself more in general. The keeping busy has helped keep my head afloat, but I must admit that there have been times where everything has all gotten to be too much for me.
I would craft my cares away, but at the moment I am not feeling too inspired on the papercrafting side at least. I ordered some things which I think will inspire me, so here’s hoping I get my craft mojo back soon.
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Blackboard seems to be in at the moment and I thought that it would be fun to make a frame that I can use to write messages and inspiring quotes on.
I used an old frame that I had and bought some blackboard sticky back plastic and chalk markers to create it. Then I got to work. It was incredibly simple to do, but I thought I’d show you how I made it anyway.
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I was lucky enough to be invited to the combined 30th anniversary of Total Greek Yoghurt being in the UK and the launch of their new TV ad. Myself and a few other lovely people were treated to a master class with Eric Lanlard where we got to decorate our own cakes and then in the evening sip cocktails and celebrate with the Total team. It was great fun and I learnt some new skills to make my cakes look a bit more presentable – whether or not it shows in the cake that I decorated is down to you!
So, on with the photos, courtesy of the Total Greek team:
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