Author Interview Samantha Webb

Samantha Webb is a full-time children’s author and illustrator who lives in Devon with her husband and 2 children. Samantha loves to needle felt teddy bears and watercolour. She uses a combination of both to illustrate her novels. She has self-published a children’s series of books about the ‘Cornlings’ wrote and illustrated by herself. Her […]

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I’m in the UK Blog Awards 2019

I entered in the UK Blog Awards for 2019, and I have made it through to the public voting stage! I am so unbelievably happy to have gotten to this stage. I started my blog in January 2018 as a place to share my crazy life with you all. Writing has always played a massive […]

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Author Interview with Poppy Chase

Poppy Chase has worked in education, being a classroom teacher, elementary campus administrator and a middle school teacher. She lives in Southern California with her husband Tim and Yellow Lab called Tucker. Her Debut Children’s Novel ‘The Untold Story of Dinosaur School’ published by Little Goblins. Buy yours here or check out Poppy’s Website here. […]

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DIY – How I make Memory Boxes.

I’m a very sentimental person, cannot help myself I keep almost everything, train ticket’s bus tickets, cards (every occasion) etc etc. I love to create a small place where I can relive my memories and I have made many for my daughter. You may remember back in March my little girl’s Alice in Wonderland themed […]

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How to Tie Dye

I wrote this maybe two months ago just needed to add a few things. A few people have asked how I Tie Dye so I thought I would make a How-to post with steps and tips I have tried. Learning to Tie Dye is very easy and really helps your creativity come out. What you […]

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Wonderland Prints

I have been super excited to share this with you all and I don’t know how I managed to keep this one to myself.ย  My amazing friend Liz helped me come up with this idea and I can not thank her enough. Please show her Instagram some love. I’ve been thinking a lot lately about […]

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Williamson Art Gallery and Museum

I visited the Williamson Art Gallery last week for the first time in probably a year, I enjoyed it that much I found myself back there this morning. The Williamson opened in 1928, it holds some beautiful Victorian work by Albert Moore and Philip Steer. There is a lot of local work within the Gallery, […]

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