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I found this site with great ideas for Halloween, ranging from, costumes, recipes, crafts etc

so if your stuck for ideas or looking for inspiration go and have a look 🙂

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and my favourite is the caged zoo keeper how imaginative is that


you can find the site here

there’s also free downloads of Halloween signatures courtesy of Elaine on our freebie page here


Some of Our favourite Links

I was browsing the other night and came across some really good blogs and web sites

Little Window Shoppe is a beautifully designed blog with loads of craft ideas, DIY projects, freebies

and loads more, The blog caught my eye when i was browsing at Kirstys when they had posted a blog

on how to create a matchstick garden its so cute 🙂 remember to check it out.

you can find the site here Little Window Shoppe

One of our members has just purchased a slow cooker and was looking for some nice recipes

and Rochelle found 2 great sites with loads of delicious recipes.

you can find them here Cook Uk and here Recipes 4u

And of course i couldn’t forget our favourite place Craftster

craftster has something for everyone with a wide range of crafts

it certainly won’t disappoint you.

you can find it here Craftster


Home Made Canvas Pictures

I recently got my kitchen and bathroom refitted and of course i had to get all the new appliances too, so it left me a bit short for cash to get the extras for dressing. I really wanted some canvas pictures but didn’t come across the size i was looking for and when i did they where expensive so i got my thinking cap on and raided the house and came up wih this idea, i like to call it recycling, i hope you like it and can be of some use to someone 🙂  It is very easy and best of all costs nothing. here’s what we will be making

how they look up

what you will need is a CD case preferably one that has a bit of thickness like picture below

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some A4 white paper, cello tape, spare bit of material, and blue tack or sticky back pads wrap the CD cover in the A4 white paper being careful to make sure you pay attention to the corners and stick back with cello tape see picture Image

then wrap your material around the cd cover again paying attention to the corners i stuck the material back with cello tape too as that’s all i had to hand but it works then i added blue tack to the back of the picture and voila your done easy peasy , then your ready to put it up anywhere you like finished result Image

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