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Chinese New Year!

Posted by Sarah Brunskill on

Chinese New Year!

Craft your way into the Chinese New Year with this great little project, perfect for the kids! The year of the Rooster begins on Saturday 28th January, marking a new year on the chinese calender. Traditionally families will cleanse the house preparing to make way for incoming good luck and to get rid of any ill fortune. We can't say that this project will help with the cleansing of your house (!?) BUT we have some great tips and tricks to keep it as fun and mess free as possible. To get in the spirit this year have a look...

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Breeze through your gift wrapping this Chirstmas

Posted by Sarah Brunskill on

Breeze through your gift wrapping this Chirstmas

Gift wrapping can seperate people into two groups - the lovers and the haters. Whichever you may fall into this festive period we've got you covered. So here we go with the hero of your wrapping this year - clear discs. These little discs have been a life saver for us in our mammoth present wrapping sessions. No more messing around with reels of tape and scissors our discs come in sheets or in an easy to use dispensing box to eliminate all the fuss. Not only are these super easy to use they also look pretty good too!    ...

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How to create a 3D effect

Posted by Gwen Collingridge on

How to create a 3D effect

Foam Pads are ideal for creating 3D effects on homemade arts & crafts projects such as card making, decoupage, scrapbooking, collages, model making. Any layering you require is made quick & easy. As well as card making, Foam Pads are also great to use for many other creative projects and will stick to most surfaces including wood, paper, fabric, plastic, metal, vellum and even glass. These Foam Pads are sticky on both sides. To use just peel off the lining paper on one side and position it onto one surface like this: Then remove the lining paper on the other...

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How to Make a Floral Paper Table Decoration

Posted by Gwen Collingridge on

How to Make a Floral Paper Table Decoration

One of my friends was running an event recently and she wanted to make some table decorations that were easy, quick, something a bit different and made an impact without breaking the bank. We decided on paper flowers using a simple circular template that we could create from the top and bottom of one of our cups. The tools for the job: Colourful card A cup Ruler Penci Scissors Glue Roller - Permanent   Using the cup I drew one big circle and five small circles.   Then take the circles and cut about halfway to the middle. Run the...

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Get 30% off your next order

Posted by Gwen Collingridge on

Get 30% off your next order

Did you know that if you signed up to our email newsletter you can get a whopping 30% off your next order? Go to any page on www.allthingssticky.com, scroll down and on the right hand side you will see the sign up section.

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