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Tuesday Review – WordPress Vs Blogger

July 12, 2011


Phew! Its been a busy couple of weeks but I’m back with the Tuesday Review. These days when trying to make it in the handmade market or in any craft or art such as writing or as an SRA (Self Representing Artist) it seems you can’t get anywhere unless you blog, tweet, stumble and facebook. In […]

Tuesday Review – Hobbyworld.TV & Bead.TV

June 28, 2011


I may have mentioned a few times (ahem) that I was to go to Bead Magazines Big Bead Show on Saturday. I’ll have more to say on that in Thursday’s Flitting With the Hobbyist post, but I did want to talk about one aspect of the show today and that was my decision to subscribe […]

The Tuesday Review – Trinity Brass Co

June 21, 2011


Today I’m moving away from magazines and books to review a  product range. Trinity Brass Co™ produces findings made in solid brass with a  variety of finishes and designs from stamped pendants to filigreed connectors  in finishes from antiqued gold and copper to vintage patina. Their range is extensive and very on trend right now. […]

Tuesday Review – Making Magazine

June 14, 2011


  Today’s review will focus on Making Magazine. For those of you who haven’t seen it on your newsagent shelves, Making Magazine is a high quality publication, very slick, aimed squarely at the crafting market. For those who have seen it and browsed the thick GSM pages; admiring the card cover and beautiful pictures but […]

Tuesday Review – Kirstie’s Homemade Home

June 6, 2011


I think it is best to begin with honesty and let you know that I am a big Kirstie Allsopp fan and I really enjoyed her latest series’ Homemade Home and Homemade Christmas. Having decided to have my own homemade christmas this year I ordered Kirstie’s Homemade Home for inspiration. It’s really important if you […]

Tuesday Review – The Craft Seller

May 31, 2011


It was with great anticipation that I bought the first copy of craft seller. When I saw it sat on the shelves, my first thought was, what a brilliant idea! The magazine is the first British magazine I have seen dedicated to the handmade market and how to sell. Or so I thought.  Unfortunately while […]