Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Giveaway Time!

Posted by Kat C on Saturday, January 28, 2012, In : giveaway 
I'm holding my first giveaway since my blog moved home.  Its also my first giveaway of the year so I decided to make it something special.  I've decided to pick the Support British Handmade cause as a theme for this giveaway :)

Here's what you can win 



The prizes include 2 pairs of earrings made by me, an angel charm, a handmade needle book for safely storing your needles, a Union Jack brooch, an original piece of artwork by me, a notepad, pen, postcard and stickers from Paperchase and a Digswe...
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Latest Creations

Posted by Kat C on Thursday, January 26, 2012, In : Jewellery 
I've had horrendously busy month so far and I've been feeling a bit meh and tired :(  On the plus side though, I have been making loads more jewellery and some goodies for an upcoming giveaway I have planned for next week \o/

First, I'll show you what I've been making.  I've already been playing around with the beads and charms I mentioned in my last post and here's what I've used them for.

I made these pretty blue earrings from one of the bracelets I picked up a couple of weeks earlier.  I was...
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Lots of Makery

Posted by Kat C on Sunday, January 15, 2012, In : Jewellery 
I've had a busy couple of weeks creating and picking up new tools and beads.  Last weekend I had a wonder down to Hatfield Rd in St Albans, where there are lots of charity shops and a brilliant Vintage Emporium.  I picked up some excellent bargains including a book on creating with polymer clay, some old jewellery with some very pretty beads and charms and some really cool wool.  I also met my boyfriend in the Vintage Emporium and had a spot of afternoon tea.  We had warmed bread pudding with...

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Roger Doiron - A Subversive Plot: How to Grow a Revolution in Your Own Backyard

Posted by Kat C on Tuesday, January 3, 2012, In : Gardening 
I saw this talk on TED earlier tonight and thought it was so good I had to share it.  It was so inspiring its made me want to plan for what I'm going to grow this year on my allotment.  I hope you like it too.  



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