Hello! Welcome to my blog. I have wanted to start a blog for such a long time but always came up with many excuses not to, some being – not enough time, nothing interesting to write about, rusty grammar skills, I prefer reading other people's blogs, everyone's doing it and most of all because I am probably one of the most guarded and private people that ever existed, sharing so much about myself absolutely terrifies me. But I'm 34 years old for goodness sake, it's about time I came out of my shell a bit. To be honest my first post began as an Instagram caption that went on for far too long so I decided to continue writing it as my first blog entry. My name is Christine. I'll probably write mostly about life as a mother to three young children. Maybe a bit about married life. Lots about print designs, handmade goods, children's crafts, chocolate and cake. We'll see! I hope you enjoy my posts.
I took some ordinary exercise books and cut and glued mount board to front and back (no need if you already have a hardback notebook)
Glue fabric to book and neatly fold and glue corners and inside edges
Cut and glue card to inside front and back to hide rough edges
(If needed can use book binding tape to secure pages to inside spine of book)
I have a three spare pieces of cotton fabric (below) to give away (offer ends July 2016) Please email me at email@example.com the one you would like, inc. postal details and I’ll pop it in the post free of charge.
I had a couple of presentation gift boxes left over from Christmas and instead of throwing them in the recycling bin I decided to turn them into storage boxes.
I bought a couple of sample tins of metallic paint