Saturday 4 January 2014

Sizzix Excitement

I may have mentioned I received a reasonable grant from the Bishop to run Crafty Church, and really it doesn't cost anything to run, so I introduced Kids Crafty Church - and if you've ever done crafts with kids you'll know they can get through resources at quite a rate.

So I've decided to invest in some Sizzix dies as these will go on long after the money has run out, and paper and card I can get hold of cheaply.

Well look what arrived in the post . . .assorted goodies

including snowflakes

3D trees

Build a flower dies

and make a gift bag die  (this is tiny, but I think the kids will enjoy making them)
  Here is a bag with my ring inside to give you an idea of the scale

And out of the kindness of my heart I will look ater these dies :-) After all, they will need my die cutter to be able to use them!


  1. That gift box is really tiny Benta, you will be churning these out like nobody's business! Of course, you will need to mind the dies when they are not in use, it would be terrible if something happened to them :)

  2. Oh yes, you would definitely need to babysit them... ;o)

  3. Re you sure they didn't need HSTs or Drunkard's Path dies???

  4. I hope you know what you're taking on! How many kids to the first one? And how often are you doing this? Good luck with lots love x

  5. Have fun playing with your goodies!

  6. Cute, cute, cute! Looks like you are going to have a lot of fun coming up with 'completeable' projects using all these dies - for the grown ups as well as the children!


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