With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, there’s not much time left to order your gifts! There’s a range of handmade goodies over at my Valentine’s page. As Valentine’s Day is on a Sunday this year, I suggest ordering by Monday Feb 8th to guarantee getting your items on time.
Finally! After taking a gazillion photos and agonising over my product descriptions, I have managed to get my first lot of stock up on Folky.
Check it out here.
Etsy to follow very soon… unfortunately my camera battery has run out and I’ve lost the charger!!
With just less than a month to go until Christmas, things are getting busy in The Craft Fantastic workshop! Ok, it’s just me in my living room. Still, I have been quite busy planning and making things for the festive season. Over in my Folksy shop you’ll find some lovely handmade gifts and original tags to help you wrap them. Check out these miniature notebook necklaces – the perfect stocking filler for book lovers:
There’s also a few sets of my origami gift tags, all hand folded from lovely paper:
I’m also free to take commissions on any of my origami gift tag designs, past and present, including all these designs from last year:
Plus the silver printed snowflake designs:
They’re all 4 for £2 and you can mix and match as you’d like – postage will be £1 for one or two sets, £1.50 for anything more than that.
Oh, go on, go have a look. I have a fancy new banner and everything.
I have Christmas origami gift tags:
Knitted wrist cuffs and headbands:
I’ve added more festive Christmas gift tags to the Craft Fantastic Folksy shop!
You can check out the shop here.
I’ve been busy busy folding and sticking this week.
These origami candy canes are simple to do and I think they look great. You start with a sheet of 2-colour origami paper, blank side up. Fold, crease and uncrease corner to corner, both ways, so you end up with this:
I’m afraid I’m using my old camera; aside from it not being very good, I keep putting it on the wrong settings!
Step 2. Fold the bottom corner up to a little way below the top point, like this:
Next, turn the paper over and fold up from the bottom… like this!
Then all you have to do is fold the top bit twice to make the hooky bit at the end:
Press the creases reeeeally well, so it sits as flat as possible.