This month, due to our Mish Mash box proving to be vastly more popular than our Stitch up and Paper cuts boxes, we decided to put all of our efforts into making the mixed craft kits all the more awesome, and waved goodbye to the other two! For May's box, we had a lot of fun coming up with this super cute and simple design for painting your own russian dolls. The box included; 5 Russian doll blanks Assorted acrylic paints Paintbrushes 1 X Mixing pallete As ever, we you could b
We had NO IDEA you could make pom poms without faffing about with bits of cardboard, but everyday is a school day! We love the Dr Seuss theme going on here too! Head on over to OneKriegerChick's blog to find out how!
March's boxes were all about clocks! We had a hard time picking our favourite user submission, but really admired the creativity and love put into Jan's lovely papercraft clock. Jan used her own paper designs, and even went to the trouble of finding some lovely quotes to finish it off with. Hats off to you Jan, have your next box on us! An honorable mention also goes to Rosie, who made a beautiful embroidered bear clock and even had the great idea of painting the clock hands
We were so excited to bring you our first ever collaborative box this month. We stumbled across these adorable paper automata's from the incredibly talented Keisuke Saka's "karakuri Workshop", who kindly let us use three of his cutest for one of our boxes. "I started my career as a graphic designer in 1990's, just before the dissemination of computers. At that time, manual dexterity was one of the important natures for graphic designers, and I confess that I loved precise ma