Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Fun with Flags

Hello bloggists and welcome!

“Fun with Flags”, for those who don’t know, is a YouTube channel run by Dr Sheldon Cooper of the Big Bang Theory TV programme.   And as my inspiration for today’s post was national flags, I thought it was a good title for this blog.   

As a matter of fact, it was really flags at second hand.  The real inspiration was a polymer clay pendant that I made a few years ago (and now can’t find to photograph!).  It was heart-shaped, white at the top, green at the bottom, with a small red heart in the middle.  I made a few variations – a bit like the card toppers today.
Today’s tutorial also shows how I finished folding a rosette, which got left out of last week’s video (there was a bit of a technical hitch that meant the crucial bit wasn’t recorded).  Here’s the video –

Hope you enjoyed it.
By the way, can you believe that it’s almost halfway through June already?  If you’re thinking about joining Stampin’ Up! as a demonstrator, don’t forget that if you sign up before the end of June you can choose two stamps sets – ANY stamp sets in the catalogue -  for FREE as well as your starter kit (£130-worth of items of your choice for a payment of £99).

See you soon,

Crafty Hugs,



1 comment:

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