I'm all for buying handmade and supporting British crafters but you just can't beat making something yourself. So from now on Tuesdays are going to celebrate the talented, generous people who share their crafting knowledge free of charge through blog tutorials.
I'm going kick off Tutorial Tuesdays with RosMadeMe This blog has a good variety of tutorials with an emphasis on fabric crafts and knitting. Here's a selection of the tutorials, but check out her blog - there's plenty of tutorials to keep you busy for weeks!
|China Painting Tutorial|
To create unique handpainted china you will need:
Small plain teapot, milk jug, cup and saucer or mugs
Paint brushes, sponges (use non-scratch dish sponges) and stiff card
Old plate to act as your palette
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