Month: November 2017

Free tutorial for your Mind crafternoon – modern geometric felt Christmas cards

Free tutorial for your Mind crafternoon – modern geometric felt Christmas cards

 In this third blog post on hosting your own Mind crafternoon, I share a free tutorial for these snazzy Christmas cards.  They combine two this year’s big trends: geometric graphic designs and brush lettering.  Enjoy a peaceful afternoon at home or get together a group […]

Choosing your make for your Mind Crafternoon

Choosing your make for your Mind Crafternoon

So here’s the second of my three part blog on hosting your own crafternoon to raise money for Mind this Christmas.  I wrote in my first blog how the main focus for me is getting some friends together for tasty Christmas treats and a natter.  […]

Crafting and mental health

Crafting and mental health

I’m so pleased to be a guest writer on the Mind blog today.  Here’s the post below and link to the Mind website at the bottom. I’m almost embarrassed to admit it now, but before my first diagnosis of depression I didn’t even realise that […]

From novice to goddess – your initiation into the world of the Mind Crafternoon

From novice to goddess – your initiation into the world of the Mind Crafternoon

Amid the hurly burly of the countdown to Christmas, you can create a crafty little haven for yourself and your friends to get all festive with cosy slippers, some classic Wham, mince pies and mulled wine. Tie it in with raising money for Mind and […]