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Hi, Sarah here.

I want to use the blog to let you know about what's going on at Inky Doodles, in my head and in the wider world of stamping and papercraft so that you too can be inspired and create something amazing!

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With the help of the wonderful Caroline Shinnie I hope to be able to show a card or project with instructions most days.

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  1. Oh dear, it's finally happened, the thing I was dreading the most!  I think I have "man flu",  that really bad condition that normally only affects men, it has to be man flu as I feel so bad, everything hurts, one minute I'm so hot that I go and sit outside in the snow to cool off, the next I'm so cold that I can't stop shivering despite the thermals and two duvets.  It's really put a downer on this week, and as a result I have not gotten much prep done for the Create and Craft show on Thursday.  Everything seems to take twice as long as it should and nothing is working out as planned.  Woe is me! I suppose I should be grateful that I'm still alive really, my son tells me that it's usually fatal in women as they obviously aren't as stong as men and have trouble fighting it off!  

    Good job I am female however, since we can multitask, it means that I can still stamp whilst downing Lemsip, feeding the dogs and cooking dinner lol - I wish!!

    Anyway better struggle on and see if I can come up with something acceptable for the show.

    Sarah x

  2. Hi everyone, here is one for those of you who bought the Argyle background builder set.

    It's a bit of a diamond in the rough at times, but we all make mistakes and I'm not too proud to leave mine in - after all,  you can learn better by seeing where I go wrong!


    Subscribe to our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCijnih1yeBK10KVTfbFgJAg?feature=guide so you can follow as I add more Inky related content.


  3. This quick video shows a really easy technique to create an interesting background pattern. All you'll need is some glossy cardstock, a versamark inkpad and dye based inkpads, and a couple of pieces of cut and dry foam. Hope you enjoy it!