A lady emailed me the other day asking me how I set my books as, she said, they always sit perfectly in my photos. I replied, giving her the details of my simple method. She soon came back to me, thanking me for the help, as it had worked a treat. It's the sort of question that I often find in my inbox and the type of tips that I'd like to share with you today.
I've been beavering away on a cut and fold alphabet pattern which has taken somewhat longer than I expected. I had promised that it would be available by the end of February. So apologies for the delay but it is on my Etsy shop now.
As well as all letters, uppercase and lowercase, the pattern includes numbers 0 to 9 and some punctuation characters and both small and large hearts.
After a challenging summer family-wise I've finally got the camera rolling again to bring some more video tutorials to your screens. With Christmas fast approaching, first one up is for the advent calendar. This is a great way to start the countdown to Christmas with the added benefit of teaching the younger kids the alphabet in a fun way. x
This blog post was originally going to be about the different types of rulers and why some are better than others for book folding. But the more I thought about it, the more I realised that it's the accuarcy that a ruler can help us to achieve that's the important thing here, not the ruler itself. So I decided to broaden the subject to include other factors that influence accura...