Somerset Place: Guest Blogger

This post has been dusted off and taken straight out of the "According to Matt Archives". I originally posted this content on my old blog "Crochet & Crafts According To Matt". I thought that it was a shame for creativity and inspiration to lay dormant, so I'm recycling the content from my old blog, keeping it available for you all to read, reference and use as you please.

Somerset Place: Guest Blogger

Hello Lovely people!

The picture above makes me very happy indeed! It's playful, bright and cheery and is a photo of a little flowery project I was rather occupied with last week.
I don't know if you remember a couple of weeks ago I mentioned that I had written an article for the lovely magazine, Artful Blogging.

I was totally thrilled to have been part of this magazine and to get involved with the amazing people at Stampington and company, the people behind the wonderful publication.
It was a few weeks after I had finished my Artful Blogging post that I was approached to write a guest blog post on the 'Stampington and company' website. I jumped at the chance!
Along with many other publications, a shop, website and studio, Stampington also has a terrific blog called 'Somerset Place'.

It was for Somerset place that I worked on this fun, flowery project and created a little 'how to' blog post for them.
I made my usual step by step picture post that I am ever so fond of. Showing my method to faux flower fabulousness!
Here are a few of the pictures from my tutorial/ guest blog post:

It was a fun project to make. Nothing too complicated and an ideal evening project for a night in front of the television.
Here's another little glimpse at my finished creation:


Felt, woollen and pom pom flowers!!! In bright and bold colours!

A very happy project! the flowers now sit on my chest of drawers looking rather perky and pleased with themselves :-) Here's a link for those of you that want to check out the blog and the full post over at Somerset Place and maybe give making some fun fake flowers a whirl!!
Until next time, keep crafty!

This post was originally posted on 20th August 2013.
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