My crafting journey inspired by the brilliant crafters who freely and generously share their interests and ideas.
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I am really taken with these Christmas Tree shapes and this time I have made some small Noel Banners. I wanted to make Christmas cards again for my family and friends this year but came up with this idea instead.
I have no idea what they will think when they get one of these in the post instead of a card but I thought they were worth a go. I wanted to keep the banners small and manageable so NOEL seemed the ideal sentiment to use. The design is flexible enough to space the letters out and is small enough to be put on a fireplace,wall or even on a tree. Just for good luck I made blue ones too !
There is something about this time of year that gets me crafting. Probably the cold,dark nights and very little to tempt me to sit and watch TV or go out for the evening.Lately I have enjoyed making a start on some crafty bits and pieces and I am sharing with you a few tags I put together with a variety of papers and embellishments that I had in my craft stash.
I have always loved creating and making things since I was very little and I had the advantage of being part of a family with many creative and artistic talents.Sewing was my first craft and cooking has always been an enjoyable interest. I became interested in card-making and scrapbooking a few years ago. Now I can add paper-crafts to the long list of creative activities I thoroughly enjoy.I have a lot to learn so this is my crafting journey but don't be surprised if I share some of my other interests x