A Creative Life

Fancy a trip to the Creative Craft Show? Chance to win a pair of tickets.

Being a creative person, I have attended the show on several occasions.  I love that you are able to walk around and find inspiration in the displays. You can also take part in demonstrations.  Some are free others are charged at a fee.

Most make and take sessions are held in the Creative Den.

As you can see the show get extremely busy.   You can also watch designers creating their amazing products.

At the last show I went to I met Michael Powell, famous for his beautiful and quirky cross stitch designs.  Since I run a large cross stitch group it was nice to chat about this and the beautiful designs he had for sale.

I have  teamed up with the organisers of The Creative Craft Show to offer you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the fantastic crafting extravaganza, taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from 29 June – 1 July 2018. Visitors will be treated to over 100 stands selling the latest supplies, inspirational features and a host of experts on hand to give advice and share top tips.

What can you expect to find at the show?

Features at this show include:

  • a free programme of quick and easy workshops and talks
  • papercraft demonstrations, jewellery making and beading as well as knitting, stitching and dressmaking features
  • the latest products and creations from the world of creative craft
  • new and exciting crafty ideas, tips and inspiration

For a chance to win a pair of tickets please enter below.   There are 5 sets to win.

Good Luck and I hope you have as much fun at the show as I did when I attended.  If you do not win you can purchase tickets online at a cost of

Adult £10 (£8 Advance Price)

Senior £9 (£7 Advance Price)

Children free if accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket

Book your tickets in advance here

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3 thoughts on “Fancy a trip to the Creative Craft Show? Chance to win a pair of tickets.

  1. Joy

    I enjoy sewing – usually bags, aprons, dresses. I am trying to learn something new with each make I do so that I can build up some skills. Progress is sometimes slow and I am always on the look out for inspiration and advice. At the moment I am learning how to “draw” with my sewing machine and to add applique . I also knit – mainly for young relatives.
    It is the young relatives and their friends who keep me interested in other crafts as they always want to experiment . It is lovely to get creative – it gives us lots to talk about.

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