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Treasure From My Garden

A little while ago I posted about a horseshoe we found while digging out the back of our garden in preparation for some building work. It was an odd horseshoe in that it was quite small and light, so I shared it in the hopes someone might be able to shed some light on it. 430 more words

Windows and Watercolours

I recently had the opportunity to visit the studio and garden of Janet Boulton, an artist with strong connections to Wiltshire and Swindon.

Born in Swindon in 1936, Janet attended St Catherine’s School for Girls on Bath Road in Old Town from 1945 to 1953. 457 more words



I found Suho Paper Memorial Museum when I was planning for my first solo trip to Taiwan back in 2013. At that point, I had already started getting interested in workshops / experiences when I travel, and I was glad to find a place where I could learn to make paper. 500 more words

Making Stuff

August Christmas Stamp-a-stack

I am really excited about my Christmas Stamp-a-stack class. I have heaps of techniques to show you as well as ideas for modern or traditional cards, tags, note cards and packaging. 166 more words


New Art Journal Idea - Adding Challenge

As I’m getting nearly finished with filling another art journal, I’ve been thinking about what I will use for my next one. I’m thinking about doing something a bit different this time around. 121 more words

Paper Making With Children

From newsprint to signs to lined, construction, and plain… paper is a familiar substance for all children. This month, in our Exploratorium™, we are featuring Paper as the Art Medium to explore! 315 more words

Early Childhood Education

Christmas In July!


The idea behind a Stamp-a-Stack class is that you go home with a ‘stack’ of cards ready to send out.

I am holding a craft class on 30th July, 10:30-12:30 at The Campbelltown  City Council – Campbelltown Library. 71 more words