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I am famous. Seriously. Well slightly anyway. I’m the Featured Designer in the new issue of The Daily Scrapper, did a really fun interview with Claus-Dieter a week or two back, and it’s kind of weird to see what I said in black and white, but there it is ๐Ÿ™‚ Check it out if you have a minute (or five, I like to talk…).

Part of being the TDS Featured Designer is making a kit and giving it away. I decided to give away my Recipe Book kit, which you may have seen previewed three weeks ago on this very blog. Well now you can grab it absolutely free from the TDS website. I hope you’ll like it!



Three new kits just gone into the store. Two are remakes (and expansions) of some older ones, and one totally new kit. And yes, they are like Number 9 busses. Nothing for weeks and then three all at once.

Boys Own 2009

Boys Own 2009

Developed from my old Boys Own kit with loads of new pieces added, this is the perfect kit for scrapping boys of all ages. Full of the stuff boys like and in great colours of blue, orange and beige to work with any kind of outdoors photos, beach snaps, nautical adventures or simply the art of being a boy.

Bloomsbury W2

Bloomsbury W2

Developed from my old Bloomsbury and Pillowtalk minikits with a bunch of new stuff thrown in, this Edwardian style scrap kit offers soft colours, gentle textures and a vintage style that’s still clean and simple.



Soft and whimsical in unisex colours (blue, pink, green and stone), 4Today is a classic birthday kit for kids. With subtle textures and a doodled feel, this works so well for paper piecing style layouts.

Recipe Book by Ruby Rynne

Recipe Book by Ruby Rynne

My latest kit Recipe Book will be available from September 25th. It’s inspired by the scene sequence cutaways from the Jamie Oliver cookery show ‘Jamie At Home’ which is right up my street as I continue to find a way to incorporate Commonplace Book-keeping into my repertiore. Whilst it’s clearly perfect for making recipe books (for one of those ubiquitous digi-site swaps maybe), it works for so many more topics, and can be combined with other Commonplace type kits to make journal pages and all kinds of altered projects. I hope you like it!

Click the link forย  a sneak preview, including some great layouts made with the kit.

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You know how I love ATCs (Artist Trading Cards)? I do love them, and I so love altered art in general, it’s my natural ‘home’ in papercrafts. Reckon that means I’m an Alter Native.

I’ve put together a kit of ATC stuff for you to play with, combine with your own ideas and creations, and make your own unique art. All the elements are suitably sized for ATCs and altered art projects (especially journals) and also make fantastic, unusual and unique scrapbooking embellishments. And you can get it at DSB right now (25% off this week only too).


The finished ATCs are not included, but if you make an ATC of your own, we can swap ๐Ÿ™‚

Yes, I finally got something finished. Something of a surprise as recently I seem to be starting lots of things but not getting anything completed before the next idea comes along. However, here it is and it’s in store now at DSB.