About Maggy

Maggy Woodley, is a crafty mum of two! She loves everything about crafts and loves nothing better to recycle and forage for craft materials –making crafts economical and fun. Maggy also writes at Life at The Zoo for all sorts of things including cooking with kids and Theatre Books and Movies for well, just that. Maggy’s craft site, Red Ted Art, is also now being translated into German, Spanish and Russian! Enjoy!

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Craft Round-up: Pebbles, leaves and wild garlic

Welcome back to another set of crafty ideas to whet your appetite… now that Easter is almost upon us , I am sure you are ready to move on from lovely Easter Bunnies and chicks and take a look at something new. As the weather finally warms up, we are all likely to spend more […]

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Craft Round-up: Getting ready for Spring

Well, it is that time again… the time to GET CRAFTY. Really, once a month, isn’t enough, is it? Anyway, I digress. January and February to date have been ALL ABOUT Winter Crafts and Valentine’s and finally we are seeing a move towards Spring. Hooray. Spring to me is all about Flowers, Rainbows, St Patrick’s […]

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Christmas crafts Round-up

Welcome to the last Crafty Round up of 2013!! Goodness, how the year has flown and how I have enjoyed snooping around all those lovely blogs and finding craftiness amongst you all. It has been super great co hosting with Liz from Me and My Shadow and seeing what she has discovered. So…. with out […]

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Craft Round-up: hedgehogs, skulls and worry dolls

I LOVE this time of year for crafts – Autumn, Halloween and then the quick build up to Christmas. All three packed with great opportunities for crafting with the kids. Lots of nature inspired crafts for Autumn, spooky fun for Halloween and of course the anticipation of Christmas just make it all just a wonderful […]

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Craft Round-up: Back-to-school crafts

Finally, the Summer holidays are here! And as you read this you may however gradually be turning your mind towards Back to School. And I have to say, I LOVE Back to School crafts and have shared many Back to School crafts on Red Ted Art in the past… anything from pencil toppers, to pencil […]

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Craft Round-up: sun weaving and sun catchers

Soooo, the summer months are almost among us (not that you would believe it, not very warm and sunny HERE!!!!), so we thought it would be a great opportunity to share some Summer Crafty ideas? No? I am sure you will have PLENTY of time to get crafty, especially if we end up with a […]

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Craft Round-up: Bath bombs, bunting & stone houses

Oooh so… we have had the busiest crafting season behind us – Autumn – Chritsmas – Chinese New Year – Valentine’s – and then Easter… a long chain of one crafty goodness after another. So now that is behind us, we are faced with a blank crafty void, or is it? No, I hear you […]

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Christmas craft round-up; tree decorations, Santa pops and Gingerbread houses

Welcome back to the wonderful crafty Britmums Round Up! And as it is Christmas coming up, I just HAD to do a Christmassy round up. If there is ONE time of year to get crafty, then Christmas it is (followed closely by Easter!). As you know, I blog over at Red Ted Art and there […]

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Craft round-up: Christmas decorations, gingerbread houses

Welcome back to the wonderful crafty Britmums Round Up! And as it is Christmas coming up, I just HAD to do a Christmassy round up. If there is ONE time of year to get crafty, then Christmas it is (followed closely by Easter!). As you know, I blog over at Red Ted Art and there […]

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Craft Round-up the Halloween special – get spooky

  Welcome back to the Crafty Blog round up over here at BritMums. It is great fun exploring new sites and finding new inspiration on a regular basis. I thought this month it would be fun to focus on some Halloween crafty finds. To get us all into that ghoulish spirit. Monster Playdough For those […]

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Craft Round-up: milk bottle elephants, fairy terrariums and The Dubiens

Welcome back to the Bloggy Craft Round up here on the BritMums blog! This month, I thought I would share with you another great set of crafty goodness. Firstly, I would like to introduce, the New Kid on the blog: Incy Wincy Artclub! Started by a crafty season blogger, who decided it would be lovely […]

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BritMums Craft Round-up: Cut & paste and so much more

Well.. it is that time of the month again to bring together and share the latest on crafty blogs! Let’s delve straight in this month. First up The Artful Parent – I have long admired Jean from The Artful Parent. She really puts “art” into crafts and creates beautiful things with her children. I particularly […]

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Craft Round-up

My how time flies.. and before you know it, it is time to share some more crafty blogs with you! But as I love crafts and all things crafty, that is of course no problem! ********** Craft Blog of the Month Lilla A Design – I have been a massive fan of Lilla A for […]

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Craft Round-up

Hello, welcome back to this month’s “Top Craft” blogs of the week… well.. as before, I like to focus on all sorts of craft blogs – there are big and there are small and they all contribute in different ways. My Craft Blog of the month is: Mini Eco is a beautiful craft website by […]

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BritMums Craft Round-up: Cardboard furniture, creative dads and thrifty crafting

Welcome to the BritMums Craft Blog Round Up! As you may or may not know, I am Maggy from over at Red Ted Art and I am PASSIONATE about crafting. I love love love it. A lot of people ask me where I find my craft inspiration and my answer is usually from “all over […]

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