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Crackers for all occasions
Hellllooooo and a Happy Tuesday to you.  A couple of weeks ago I showed the ladies at the workshop I was running at Pink Tulip how to use the Envelope Punch Board to make quick and easy crackers, and the lovely Linda asked if I'd do a video, so Linda this one's of you.  


I'm out and about this week starting with a trip to Peterborough early Wednesday morning.  Join me if you can for the DCWV shows at 10am and 3pm on Create and Craft TV.  Thursday I'm driving down to Cornwall and will be with Margaret and her ladies at Scrapbook Magic, Mullion for a workshop on Friday.  I'll be staying with my sister for a couple of days while I'm there too which I always look forward too.  Maybe we'll get to do some paddling lol!!! 

There's still time to leave a comment on this months Giveaway post to be in with a chance to win the gorgeous Violet Trio card kit,  donated by Paula & Gary, WhichcraftUK before it closes tonight at 12pm GMT.  Good luck.

Enjoy your week, thanks for calling by and catch up again in a couple of days :-)


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  1. Morning Clare, My, you are a busy girlie !! I will be looking forward to watching you on Wednesday, and I hope you have a lovely few days with your Sister. Your workshops will be fantastic, those lucky peeps will enjoy every minuteof your inspiration.
    I am so glad you have made a video of making crackers with the envelope board, you are a genius !! I will be watching that later, I would love to make some of these, they look stunning.
    Have a lovely day.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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    1. Hi Patricia, hope you've enjoyed the sunshine today.I'm just home after a fab day with Martin & Dave at Create and Craft. Bags to be unpacked and packed again ready to head to the end of the country tomorrow. Enjoy making your crackers and catch up again soon xx

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  2. these are looking great Clare.

    gr karin

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    1. Hi Karin Thanks for calling by. Hope your enjoying your week. xx

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  3. Hi Clare, love the "Crackers"!!! You make everything look so easy!!!! Even making the rosettes!! We put clear tape on the back of ours before we start concertinaing them, lol, if there is such a word, because sometimes they tend to come apart on the fold lines!! If I use the large rosette I put them in the top of a metal jar ring used on canning jars and it seems to help hold them whilst putting the little circle on. These are very cute and your tutorial videos are the best I have ever seen. You do an excellent job!!! I am going to try to watch you on your TV show and see if I can do it time wise since we are 8 hours apart!! Anyway thank you so much and enjoy visiting your sister!!!
    Love,
    Judy in Payson, Arizona

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    1. Hi Judy, hope you're enjoying your day. Am just home from the TV studio. Had a great day and enjoyed the shows. How are your albums coming along? xx

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  4. Hi Clare Enjoyed the video and you make it seem so easy. Had to laugh when your rosette 'pooped' open as mine always does. You are so brave demoing them in front of a camera.. The envelope punch board looks great. Maybe I'll get one for my birthday. ( Hint Hint) Love Pauline A x

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