Some of you know already that I’m a keen scrapbooker. I love playing with paper and making photos and stories come to life, looking awesome with pretty paper and embellishments. However, it can be difficult to sort out printing photos from social media, such as Instagram, unless you splash out on a photo printer yourself. Here’s where Printiki comes in – it’s a service which allows you to print photos off from a variety of sources, and I’m going to tell you how I used their service to help me scrapbook some of my favourite photos.
This year I vowed to myself to get more crafty. I’ve always been into crafting since I remember, mainly papercrafts, but I’ve also dabbled in other media, including making a dress. Let me tell you a little about 2 new books I’ve recently been reading, and how they will help you to make things from the fabric stash you already have! Plus, I’ll let you know what’s on my to-craft list from them …
It has been unseasonally warm these past few days, which makes me think that it won’t be long until spring is here. I’m starting to want to inject more colour into my wardrobe, and also more spring feeling into my planner. I’ve been scouring Etsy for some gorgeous floral themed planner printables to take you through spring and beyond!
The lovely people at Scarlett jewellery in Hove kindly invited me and some other Brighton bloggers along to their studio to meet their team and see some of their gorgeous jewellery in person.
I’ve been into crafts ever since I remember, and now that I’m working on making more time for myself to do more things for me, I’ll be spending more time on crafting. I’d never tried lino cutting, however, so when I was invited to join a group of fellow bloggers and learn how to do so, I jumped at the chance!