Helen Swarbrooke

Helen Swarbrooke

Helen Swarbrooke
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https://www.hiphiphooray.com/video-printables/handmade-printable-party-hat-baby-photo-bunting/  Adorable handmade baby's first bunting using photos - Simple DIY video tutorial showing how to make this easy craft project for your baby's birthday party. Cute party hats template which you can personalise online and download a printable PDF is included.   These decorations will have all your friends and family talking and is a great ice breaker at your celebration.

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This Cricut Cow Card was made using the Create A Critter Cricut Cartridge and…

This Cricut Cow Card was made using the Create A Critter Cricut Cartridge and My Pink Stamper sentiment.

A nun discovering the joys of the ocean: | 50 Completely Unexplainable Stock Photos No One Will Ever Use

A nun discovering the joys of the ocean: 50 completely unexplainable stock photos no one will ever use

Wedding Card - Essential products for this project can be found on Crafting.co.uk - for all your crafting needs. - Simple and fun handmade wedding card. Kraft paper base and a fun flowered beetle bug car with buttons dragging behind instead of cans.

a good idea for anniversary card . change sentiment to STILL MARRIED! Simple and fun handmade wedding card. Kraft paper base and a fun flowered beetle bug car with buttons dragging behind instead of cans.

These paint chip Christmas cards are SO BEAUTIFUL and they're really easy to make! They're so simple, but end up looking amazing! Such a great homemade Christmas card idea!

How to make these paint chip Christmas cards. These paint chip Christmas cards are SO BEAUTIFUL and they're really easy to make! Such a great homemade Christmas card idea!

By Kate. Pinwheel Card. White card base. Red mat 5 1/4" x 4." Patterned mat 4 1/2" x 3 3/4." Pinwheel base: two 2 5/8" squares adhered at right angles. Eight patterned paper 1 1/4" squares, 4 of each design, adhered in alternate patterns on the pinwheel base. Note: Adhere only the right side of the first square to the base so you can tuck the last square under the first. Use a button or brad for the center.

After seeing this card by our featured cardmaker, Denise , so many of you asked for a tutorial, we just had to bring you .