Where it all began

So we are currently in lockdown here in the UK due to the Corona virus/COVID19. What better time to get some stamping done. I have been thinking for a while of starting a YouTube channel or at least recording my creations in a more streamlined way. So today I thought I'd share what I plan… Continue reading Where it all began

Back to basics, clean and simple

I have been busy with various work commitments so have neglected my dear blog but the good news is I have been crafting. I love clean and simple designs. The current trend of covering everything with layers and layers of paint or ink stresses me out. Give me white space any day. These cards are… Continue reading Back to basics, clean and simple

The Festive Season is upon us.

You may have noticed I haven't blogged for a month! I have been neglectful but with good reason. I have been working although that is no more (for now). I have also been volunteering at our local food bank. It is a sad state of affairs that in 2018 there are families and single people… Continue reading The Festive Season is upon us.

Masterboard Technique

Next month at Hailsham Stamp Club we are doing Masterboard technique. This is a quick and easy way to make feature backgrounds for several cards in one go.  Take 1 sheet of A4 white cardstock. Then blend any ink or paint  all over it, I used VersaMagic chalk pads in pastel colours. Once you are… Continue reading Masterboard Technique

Decisions, decisions…..

I have spent the last week or so reviewing this new adventure and thinking about how I want to present it and move forward. I have decided that I can't have a blog called Nanny's Craft Room when I don't actually have a dedicated craft room. Like a lot of crafters I craft on my… Continue reading Decisions, decisions…..

Masking technique

This month at Stamp Club we re-visited Masking. This is a useful technique for layering stamped images without them overlapping.   Choose a stamp which is fairly easy to cut out as you will need to do this to make the "mask". I chose a fairly bold flower stamp. Ink and stamp it once onto… Continue reading Masking technique