Plannercraft is the culmination of 30 years of creative practice.
Natalie has been crafting since she first got hooked with her Mom’s beads, cartoons and crafty projects. She attributes the crafter, designer and artist she is now to her Mom.
As Natalie has travelled through education she has covered fashion and textiles design, graphic design, multimedia and interactive design, before commencing 20 years industry experience in graphic design. She started writing her first book in digital crafting all the way back in 2000 and this has fed directly into the content in our magazines and books.
2020 sees the release of our first “proper” book in “Go Create: Beginners Guide for ScanNCut” joining our two mixed craft titles with projects for the ScanNCut. Natalie has already started writing her fourth book… and this one is all about designing your own files.
Our latest title is jam-packed with projects for throughout the year and even includes a section on using fabric with your ScanNCut.
You can find it on Amazon.
We take you through the first steps of setting up and using your ScanNCut including Canvas Workspace. It includes a variety of projects to get you started.
See the book on Amazon.
This book is 3 magazine issues in one and articles stretch all areas of crafting. We cover some fantastic new products and techniques but if you want more info, you can always go Look Inside over on Amazon.
Join us at 11am weekdays for FREE live classes throughout lockdown. Simply follow our Facebook page to be notified when we go live.
To help support the work we do, we’ve launched an Amazon Storefront. This features a selection of our favourite products that we use in our classes and books.
Creativity is at a great junction between the traditional and the digital; but there isn’t a more exciting time, nor more accessible, than right now.
Classes, private tuition, workshops and demonstrations
We teach across the UK all levels of electronic and digital crafting as well as demonstrating for leading UK craft companies.
We have both regular venues as well as running one-off workshops further afield. We also have virtual online groups so we can pull together groups of crafters where demand is sufficient for weekly, fortnightly or monthly classes.
Contact us today with your location and we can discuss your options for getting involved.