This is a really simple, but fun make – to create a lovely Bunny style cushion with floppy ears and a fluffy pompom tail, a perfect home Spring decoration! You Will Need Fabric Thread Wool (Optional) Craft Essentials Sewing Machine Fabric Scissors Paper and Pencil Paper Scissors Pins Tape Measure Iron and Ironing Board
Hoppy Easter! Let’s get colourful…
EASTER! I don’t always do lots of Easter making and creating for some reason but I think this year anything to celebrate and bring joy.. let’s do that! So, I have been having lots of fun making lots of different sized B R I G H T bunnies using my Cricut Joy machine* in iron
NEW! Easter Made Easy: Spring Wreath Making Craft-Along with The Crafty Lass
Workshops… it feels like an AGE since there were people sat around The Old Grain Store studio crafting table. I miss teaching! But, I have NEWS! I am very excited to announce that I will be teaching Spring Wreath ‘Zoom’ workshops with Hobbycraft! There are 12 (yes, TWELVE!) different sessions to choose from – lunchtimes,
The Crafty Lass does… Needle Felting workshops!
A very happy and crafty Easter to you! The last couple of weeks have been full of Easter crafts for The Crafty Lass – especially at the John Lewis and Waitrose head offices with their Craft Club – where I spent a couple of evenings running Introduction to Needle Felting workshops – making some decorative
The Crafty Lass does… Spring Wreaths!
They’re not just for Christmas you know…! “Step into Spring with the Crafty Lass! Join Paula, as she shows us how to make these beautiful wreaths. Guaranteed to brighten the darkest day.” This Thursday 14th January, you can tune in at midday on Sky 679 or watch online at www.thecraftchannel.tv to see ‘The Crafty Lass Spring Wreaths’
Everyone loves a bargain right? Well The Crafty Lass is celebrating Black Friday by offering 25% off ALL greeting cards (not just Christmas!) All you need to do is simply use code TCLBF15 at the checkout! Code expires Sunday 29th November. Get your order in while you can! https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TheCraftyLassDoes Enjoy! 🙂
The Crafty Lass does… Chocolate Easter Eggs!
Happy Easter! So, the husband has gone out this Easter Sunday – the whole day – so, I have the house to myself – to do whatever I want. I could have spent a few lovely leisurely hours catching up on all my overdue to be watched Masterchef (I haven’t seen the last SIX episodes!)
Top 5… Easter Crafts!
With three more days left of this Easter weekend ahead of us, there is no excuse not to get crafty! The weather may be grey, but why not release your inner creative streak with a few of these egg-citing (sorry!) Easter crafts to brighten up your day! 1. Easter Bunting! I am not sure about you, but
Top 5… Traditional Egg Decorations!
Did you know, that actually the Easter eggs tradition didn’t start with chocolate…? Behind the rows and rows of commercialised packaging, brands and more sugary treats than you can shake a chocolate stick at – are symbols of fertility, rebirth and new life. The tradition of giving and receiving eggs goes back hundreds of years and good
The Crafty Lass does… Easter ‘Egg and Soldiers’!
Are you having friends and family over for dinner this Easter? And need an interesting dessert? Well, look no further than this scrummy delight of ‘Egg and Soldiers’! I made this last year for a post-Sunday-roast-pud, and it went down a storm! Even serving it in empty egg cups/boxes, for extra presentation points! 😉 I was
The Crafty Lass does… Easter biscuits!
Looking to do something for Easter that is fun, cheap to make, relatively easy, and you get to eat it at the end?! Why not make Mary Berry’s ‘Easter Biscuits‘? Here is my attempt… Mmmmmm tasty 🙂 Top tip! – always allow the icing to dry thoroughly, otherwise it won’t set properly and you’ll end
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