Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Me To You and Tulip ranges on their way!

I am delighted to say that the latest Do Crafts releases are now on their way to BGPayne Crafts.  They will be travelling up overnight and should be arriving tomorrow.

Many of you have taken advantage of our pre-order option and will be the first to receive these gorgeous goodies!!  We will be furiously packing parcels on a first come first served basis, aiming to get as many orders as possible in tomorrow's post.  I know you'll be keen to craft over the upcoming bank holidays.

The new ranges include the much anticipated Me To You Collection and the Tulip Collection designed by Andrea Evans. Along with some new masculine stamps designed by John Byars.

There's also some amazing special offers in the new Creativity Magazine.  Be sure to add a copy to your basket and the savings will automatically be added to your order.

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Born to Shop Craft for Life Cards

I always make use of the leftovers from each fortnights free project.  But lately I've been struggling to find the time to craft - a sure sign that life has become too hectic and some serious crafty me time is in order.  I'm giving myself permission to justify it in all sorts of ways and Docrafts have given me one of the best excuses ever. 

I've got myself a big pile of Craft for Life baggies, the cost of which is being covered by Docrafts so they're completely free to us crafters.  Then I've got myself a bulk pack of C6 envelopes and I'm having a great time making a dent in my stash making cards to raise money for Cancer Research. 

I'm feeling great for taking time for myself and I'll feel even better when I drop the cards off at my local Cancer Research shop as they will be sold to raise funds for their vital research.

I hope these Born To Shop cards give you some ideas.  It's time to be selfish and join me in raising some money for a worthy cause!


Unique Embellishment Idea

A huge thank you to John for dropping off these very interesting ATCs.  I had to double take the embellishments, they're actual cogs taken from old watches!  What a fantastic idea!  And one that certainly needs to be shared.