Hi I’m Leonora and I run the Crafty Templates shop. ‘Crafty Templates’ comes from craft but also clever, hence the ‘Crafty’ then the ‘Templates’ is the idea, whether it’s a co-ordinated kit, a class or project idea.
Crafty Templates started out as a place to download my designs of cardmaking idea sets that were a combination of shaped card designs and digital stamps, Several years ago I also started putting together kits to use with the card ideas. Those grew to include scrapbooking kits and they quickly became very popular. The subscriptions started as a way to essentially pre-order each kit to save disappointment with missing out and now Quirky Kits are available on a regular basis with kits sent out every other month. The kits we have now are general paper crafting kits you can use for all different kinds of crafting and they’re called ‘Quirky Kits’ to reflect their mixing up of different lines and custom twists to give you something unique.
You can visit the Quirky Kits Blog to see what myself and the design team are making with the current kits.
If you’d like to learn more about scrapbooking I’d thoroughly recommend UK Scrappers as a place to start. You can learn everything there is to know about scrapbooking and other fun paper crafts like Art Journalling, Cardmaking, mini book making and more. You can chat to other scrapbookers to garner their knowledge and find out about local craft groups and classes too. You can also download my Simple Recipes worksheet classes from there too. www.ukscrappers.co.uk
If you need to contact me to ask any other questions you can use the contact form here for all general queries or my direct email is Leonora@craftytemplates.com
PAST KIT GALLERY
Here are some of the past Quirky Kits to tell the story of the history of Quirky Kits. More recent kits you can look at in the shop page, here.
This was the main kit in March/April 2016.
This was the main kit in January/February 2016. All the kits had an author theme.
This was the September/October main kit in 2015.
Paintbox was the main kit in May/June 2015. The vellum shapes were created to look like brushes of paint
This was the May/June 2015 embellishment kit.
Blueberry Scone was the September/October kit in 2014. Each kit, (main, lite and embellishment) had an accompanying recipe.