Hello! I'm Fern, age 27, crafting addict and proud owner of The Wellington Boot jewellery shop.
I love all things arts and crafts and aim to become competent (at least!) in as many crafts as possible. I also love photography, design, baking, Disney, musicals and travel!
I hope you enjoy my blog and thanks for visiting.
the_wellington_boot (at) yahoo.co.uk
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Monday, 15 June 2009
I have been trying to find out how to achieve this lovely photographic effect for aaaaggggeeesss, and it's so easy now that I know! All it involves is a bit of black paper - go here to see how it works.