Thursday, 19 December 2013

Free Craft Downloads and Win a Kirstie Allsopp book!

Would you like to win a Kirstie Allsopp craft book?  Or perhaps you'd like to download some free Christmas craft projects?

Yes?  Read on...



The Christmas elves from online ink company cartridgesave.co.uk have created six simple, free-to-download guides, to help you create homespun decorations designed to inject your house with festive glow!  

You can choose from Christmas crackers, multi-coloured garlands and a range of 3D tree decorations to give regular baubles a run for their money.  If the projects are a little late for your crafting projects this year, download and save them for next year.

All templates are available to download and print from the Cartridge Save website.


What's more, to celebrate their Crafty Christmas campaign, they are offering you the chance to win a copy of Kirstie Allsopp's craft book - to enter simply leave a comment about Christmas crafting at the bottom of this blog post by Monday 23rd December.  Good luck!

15 comments:

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

I just watched the Christmas Sewing Bee Christmas special so I am feeling happy that I have made practically everything they have - before they have!!!!

Linda Rumsey said...

I love cross stitching ornaments for the tree and I make a new one each year.

Dawn Hart said...

I really enjoy Christmas Crafting, this year my tree has lots of decorations I've knitted and crocheted, I think they are so much nicer and personal too.

Happy Christmas x

Teresa said...

Every year my crafty colleagues and I make handmade gifts for each other instead of the typical work 'Secret Santa'. Not only do we have fun making them but we have the pleasure of opening unique presents, that we can appreciate and treasure for years to come.

nanacathydotcom said...

I love making my own Christmas decorations. Kirsty's programme is a delight to watch, she is just so enthusiastic!

Carey said...

Probably my favourite book is one my mother gave me as a child on Christmas craft. Must go and get it out!

Justjennywren said...

She is such an inspiration- i love how she shows every craft going :) introduced me to a few new things i want to try :)

Reloved Remnants said...

I've just watched all(?) 3 or was it 4 of the Kirsty Christmases and am all set up for next year :) At the rate I sew that may be optimistic :D

Picto said...

What a brilliant book to read, as a crafter you can never have too many craft books, it's always good to find new crafts to do.

Jan x

Vicky Myers said...

Really pleased with the chutneys I have made this year, what is great is a couple of evenings labour and you have a variety of chutneys to make into hampers, teachers thank you gifts etc..

Natalie Jones said...

I have loved the Christmas craft shows on tv this Christmas - I've got lots of ideas for next year and would love a new craft book for my collection!

Nikki said...

I've made lots of homemade crafting things for gifts this year. It's been quite calming in the chaos. Will start earlier next year... She says.
Hopefully my sewing skills will improve through the year too.
Merry Christmas to you Wendy and all who join in on the link ups.

Patchwork Fairy said...

I have done so much christmas crafting I am quite worn out. But here's to more in the new year!!! Merry Christmas Wendy x

Tracey said...

This year I've tried to have all my Christmas presents handmade either by myself or by friends including jewellery, pottery and lavendar pillows (my first sewing machine project). I also made my Christmas cards for the first time in years so I'm definitely feeling the crafty Christmas!

Julia Nyanyo said...

Christmas is a great time to get everyone crafting. Our tree is smothered with all sorts of things the kids have made over the last 19 year (and each and every one gets repaired if necessary and them put up again every year) We also have a shocking lovely toilet roll tube people nativity that was made 15 years ago that we all love!
It's also a lovely time to think about trying something new in the new year.