Ok I haven’t updated this site for a while but I have been working on some new projects. One of those new projects is a shiny new blog called Hello and Create. The blog will still feature DIY’s, jewellery making and crafts but other posts too!
As much as I love Bead It and Weep I just wanted to have a site where I could write about a wider range of subjects. 2015 and the beginning of 2016 was a time of a massive change in my career and I needed a new blog to keep up with the shift in my interests and ideas.
Thank you to everyone who has read and/or followed this blog and I really hope you come over and to my new blog.
I know this is supposed to be a jewellery making blog but I do like to dabble in other crafts. I promise that there will be more jewellery tutorials coming next but this has been on my list to post for a few weeks. I felt it was a shame not share these.
I still love the trend for botanical drawings. I was hunting around on the internet and came across lots of public domain images from botanical books that are so pretty. I am trying to expand my stationery stash for my #postcircle buddies and I thought I would make some stickers to decorate my envelopes for them.
I made the free download a single page of round stickers that can be printed on to printable sticker paper. They just need cutting out and you can go sticker crazy. I have also been using them in my sketchbook to stick things down instead of tape for a change.
My printer is playing up so I uploaded individual files to Moo Cards and used their service to print out my stickers. If anyone wants the individual files I will work out to make a downloadable zip file and I will make it available. Just leave me a note in the comments section.
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I am a hardened tea drinker. I started young and drink about 8 mugs a day. My brain doesn’t seem to be able to function with tea. I am the person that despite all the options in Starbucks will order tea. However if I invited some to catch up I will usually use the phrase “Let’s do coffee” even though I have no intention of having a coffee.
I am getting into making printables and I made these mini “Let’s do coffee” invitations. I thought they would be nice to give out when you want to make a coffee (or tea) date with a friend. They are small so easy to carry around and to have on hand to give out. If you like them they are free to download and print out.
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