Monday, 29 June 2015

The Second Day!

Hello again my loyal readers, I hope that you are all feeling well! Today has been an.... interesting day to say the least with some rather odd happenings. As I strolled into my classroom, as I do every morning, I noticed that something wasn't quite right about my teacher and, now I think about it, my classmates were acting out of the ordinary themselves! In order to decipher what was so very important that it would warrant my friends to be acting this way, I peeked at the school timetable and then I remembered! This afternoon we were to create Jam Jars (jars filled with goodies such as sweets, toys and games)! Oh no! I hadn't brought one in! Luckily, I was not the only student that had forgotten about this, in fact, only 1 in 7 students had actually remembered!

Instead of making a Jam Jar,  I helped out around the school, carrying out tedious tasks such as taking old unwanted Math supplies and putting them in the recycling bin. And it was all my fault for not telling my mother about this crafting opportunity. I will be starring in a School Leaver's play and have a reasonably small part. I am to play an alcoholic elf guard (the play is J.R.R Tolkien's legend 'The Hobbit') who becomes a little tipsy after discussing what a waste it is that all of the wine barrels will be thrown into the Lake-town river and drinking wine until they fall asleep and Bilbo (main character) steals their keys to break the dwarves out of the Goblin Dungeon.

Anyway, back to my day of weirdness! After home-time I walked home as usual and found that my usual path was closed due to gas/water works that had been happening since 22/06/15 I realized that there were no men working in the ditch but just a strange black shadow seemingly floating off of the ground!


Sunday, 28 June 2015

The Intro! With Video

Hello my friends, I hope that you are well. As this is my first ever post on Blogger, I believe that I should probably introduce myself. My name is Luke, I live in the UK and I possess 2 wonderfully strange cats. I am a Junior Crafter who also enjoys playing football, writing books and of course, crafting with my fabulous mum! I haven't been crafting for long (in fact, only a few weeks!) but I think that I already have a firm favourite in term of types of crafting. Said favourite is Card Making. Essentially, why buy a card for £7 when you can make it with £92 worth of crafting supplies?

This entire post is about the fact that I will be entering numerous C.R.A.F.T competitions and may even win a few! I hope that you enjoy looking through my post(s) which I will try my best to put up every day. However, if I cannot quite manage to write something every day, don't stress too much, you'll hurt yourself. Anyway, I would like to thank my mother for passing the crafting bug on to me!

One day, in my ideal world, everyone will at least have tried crafting, and if they don't like it then fair enough. All I ask is that you at least attempt a crafting project, you never know, you might even surprise yourself!

Thank you for reading
Junior Crafter

P.S: If you bothered to read through all of that then here is a small gift for you! :D                   <<<<<<<

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