Craftingmad: my life in card making, scrapbooking and ATC

Blog URL:http://craftingmad.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:card, making, scrapbooking, ATC, paper, crafting, HOTP
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:London
Location:London

Unassuming blog by paper crafter, Fabrizio who lives in London and distract himself from his disability making cards, the occasional scrapbook layout and ATCs.



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Super excited that three cards of mine have been published in the June issue of Making Cards. I've used the Artful Watercolor Double-Sided Scrapbooking Papers and Artful Affirmations 3D Paper Tole, both by Hot Off the Press plus fun frailest&nbs...

I had fun making this card with a Valentine theme. I call this one Birds of Valentine, using the Emma's Garden papers by Hot Off The Press I kindly received from Paperwishes HQ recently. Thank you guys !I've used also the die-cuts that accompany thos...

I have to pinch myself once more, not only my cards got published again but this time two of them made it to the front cover page (top middle). Totally stunned and I just want to thank the editor Sally Jarvis for being so patient and graceful with me...

First card that got published in Making Cards MagSecond Card that got published in Making Card Mag July IssueThis my article in the current issue (July 2014), I made the image small as I don't want to infringe copyrights so if you want to read the ar...

Amazing sunshine over London today, and that made me want to look for greeting cards I made a while back when I was doing some live craft tutorial streams using either Linqto or Google Hangout.I feel like starting again so I'm waiting for my broadban...

"Ooh La La" Artftul Card Kit by HOTPIt's so much fun, getting into the Spring cleaning spirit and I've got the gargantuan task of clearing my paper crafting stash. Like some of those gigantic bridges in the world where when they start to paint them a...

It always amazes me rummaging through my old pictures I've taken of my greeting cards just to re-discover cards I forgot I made.What's more amazing is that, to the risk of coming across as conceited, I'm surprised by my own creativity and sometimes h...