Well, the fox clock I showed you a peek of a while back is in the latest Craftseller magazine (issue 37, in the shops 8th May) - I love the colours in this one. It's always good to see a project professionally photographed, too.
And in the same issue are a couple of my cards, made with their free papers - very summery!
And in Quentin news...
I've realised the toys I've bought for him are generally much less robust than the toys I've made for him, so with that in mind I'm planning to make a few more!
The first ones I made were put together in a matter of minutes from old jeans - the one in the picture above is his favourite, which is just two denim plaits joined to a square of denim in the middle. Really simple, but he loves it - it's great for tugging, running around, chasing and just chewing. And it's more robust than any of the rope tug toys I've bought.
So there will definitely be more of the handmade toys to come. I need to put together some patterns and tutorials, too, I think.
Handmade Harbour's Facebook Group
If you've not already visited the blog this week, you'll have missed the news that Handmade Harbour now has a Facebook group - click the link to visit and join. It's a space for you to share your own makes, as well as get news about Handmade Harbour's digital stamps and sewing patterns. A big thank you to Martha for kindly setting up the page for us!
Over to you now for Handmade Monday!