Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Thursday, 8 February 2018

Witch Krafting with Kat: Love Wreath Tutorial by Kat Hazelton (me)

Please visit my sister blog site for my new tutorial...........

Witch Krafting with Kat: Love Wreath Tutorial by Kat Hazelton (me): With a just a few simple items you can create a fabulous love wreath. First of all gather some materials. You will need sticks, a wrea...

Monday, 5 February 2018

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Happy new year and news

Hi there and happy new year. Yes it is a bit late but I decided to have a long Christmas break away from cyberland to spend with my family and just chill out. Now I am back yey with lots to look forward to this year including a new blog, don't worry this blog will still be up and running. My new blog will be all about witches, stories, my travels around the country hunting witches plus cool witch themed tutorials! I shall have more news on that soon. On this blog I look forward to adding more tutorials and crafting ramblings plus offering the odd giveaway and links to cool stuff on pinterest.
Talking of which I spotted some great felt tutorials on pinterest. Here is one I especially liked of a little squirrel by Lia Griffith. Please visit her fab website here:

Sunday, 24 December 2017

Merry Christmas everyone

Wishing you all a very merry Christmas. I hope you will join me for more tutorials and craft ideas in 2018. Kat 😊

Monday, 27 November 2017

Making a Christmas tree decoration from a Costa Coffee cup!

The other week on a family day out we grabbed some coffees from Costa and they came in festive cups. So rather than putting them in the bin I decided to make some decorations from them.
All you need is:
PVA glue
String or yarn.

Gently wash your cup then remove the festive outer cover. One of mine was a bit coffee stained but that didn't bother me. Now cut out the gingerbread man shape. Then from your now undecorated cup cut a rectangle bigger than your gingerbread man. Using pva glue stick the gingerbread man onto the non shiny side of the cardboard. When dry cut around the gingerbread man and add some glue to areas you want to add glitter. Then sprinkle some glitter (I used gold) and leave it to dry. Once dry tap any loose glitter off. Then make a hole at the top with a pencil. Now thread with string and hang up! Makes good use of old coffee cups and is a fun and easy project for any ages to try.
If you don't buy coffee then use old wrapping paper instead look for larger patterns as they are easier to cut.

Have fun!🎄

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