Category Archive: Foils

Ice Bangle with Friendly Plastic

Ice Bangle – Article for Craftseller magazine issue 20 I know I have been wittering on about Jewel Enamels recently, that is because they have been taking up a lot of my time… Continue reading

Mini Books in Friendly Plastic

What is the fascination many of us have about miniature things?  I love all the tiny versions of larger items; as a child I spent many happy hours making things for my doll’s… Continue reading

Friendly Plastic Beads and Farewells

Sadly the fun has come to an end.  I took Linda and Mariah back to the station today so they could return to London.  I was sorry to see them go, we had… Continue reading

Flowers

I thought I might brighten up my demo table at the Craft Barn Extravaganza with  some rather whacky flowers.  they are all made entirely out of scraps of Friendly Plastic. In order to take this… Continue reading

Create and Craft 27th May

Slight change of plan regarding the Create and Craft Friendly Plastic show on Friday 27th (10am), nothing to be alarmed about though.  I had planned to be making masks, but sadly we cannot… Continue reading

Rescheduled Create and Craft Show

All I can say is darn it, (and I am being very restrained here as I don’t want to swear on the blog!) Create and Craft have got their knickers in a knot… Continue reading

Nail Polish and Friendly Plastic

Over the years I have used nail polish on the back of some of my Friendly Plastic creations to finish them off neatly, and I have tried clear nail polish as a sealant,… Continue reading

A Small Consolation

By way of trying to make up to you the lack of C&C show yesterday, I want to share with you a little something you can do with your transfer foils other than… Continue reading

Getting Ready

I had a great weekend down at The Craft Barn in Lingfield, Surrey demonstrating FP to a very friendly and receptive crowd at CB’s Craft Extravaganza. Hopefully I will be able to show… Continue reading

Tubeads

Well I didn’t fib; in my post of the 26th November I showed some of the effects I had achieved using Linda Peterson’s Glisten and Shine technique, and a quick (and fuzzy) example… Continue reading

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