I have always liked making things; I used to make dresses for myself when I was a young girl and later in life I made clothes & toys for my own children.
I am no spring chicken which is why my picture is an old hen.
I have four Wonderful Grandsons.
My downfall when it comes to dieting is Cheese.
I failed my first driving test before I got in the car, I could not read the number plate!
What got you started crafting?
I have always liked making things; I used to make dresses for myself when I was a young girl and later in life I made clothes & toys for my own children. Until late 2011 I worked full time and had no time to do anything craft wise but I left my job and started messing about on the computer to entertain myself and keep my mind active while looking for another job. I think I am now addicted to digital designing; I did a few prints of various kinds but felt that I would have a wider audience if I did designs for Crafters to use . This way I am able to email the file to them no matter where they live.
What is your source of inspiration?
I usually get an idea in my head and start to try and create it but 99% of the time it turns out to be totally different to my original idea.
What have you made recently?
Today I made a pretty digital frame with flowers & butterflies and I have displayed it in my shop with my lovely daughter on her wedding day in the frame. I think both the frame & my daughter look amazing; but I would wouldn't I. lol
Where do you sell your crafts presently?
I sell on ebay when it's free to list and I have shops of Etsy, Misi & Folksy, I have not sold much yet but its early days and it's keeping me entertain until I find that elusive job. I tend to list more on Etsy because I get a bigger audience there.
Why are handmade crafts important to you?
You can usually get products which are more unique and are made with a lot of love & care.