Create It Kent! 18th & 19th May 2019 – Win VIP tickets!

26th April 2019

The popular Interactive Craft Show is back for its third year on 18th & 19th May. Bigger and better as we are pleased to be in partnership with Create and Craft. Nominated for the best UK show, with over 60 stands and 28 Make & Takes and Workshops and a wide variety of crafts from Handmade crafts to inspirational do it yourself crafts.

3 lucky winners will win a pair of two day VIP tickets worth – £54.00 per pair – simply comment on this post telling us what new craft or technique you would love to learn – we’ll pick a winners at random on Friday 3rd May!

Join us for this event with your family and have a creative day out with your family as children under the age of 16 is FREE. With ample parking available when you get here by car/coach or just catch a train to Maidstone East as there will be a FREE courtesy bus available by the hour from 9am, just sit back and relax as you will be dropped off by the main entrance to the show.

Why not give a new craft a go, by joining the variety of Make & Takes and workshop available for you. You will be spoiled for choice.
Get hints and tips from your favourite Craft celebrities and Crafting experts. You will have seen them on the crafting channel, now you can see them demonstrating live!

This year Create it events are in partnership with Bert and Gert’s Market bringing you a mixed range of hand made products, DIY kits and from Vintage to Artisan products.

Special Create it Kent advanced tickets are now available now at Create it Event’s website, tickets ranging from one day to two days. Why not come for two days as it only costs as little as £4.00 a day for your two-day ticket.

For more details on tickets and how to get to Kent Event Centre at Kent Showground, check out Create it Event’s website.
www.createitevents.com

If you would like to win VIP tickets to this event simply comment below and tell us what new craft or technique you would love to learn!

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87 Replies to “Create It Kent! 18th & 19th May 2019 – Win VIP tickets!”

  • I would love to learn to sew! I make jewellery, cakes, cards and more but would love to make baby clothes for my upcoming arrival 💜

  • I would love to learn better flower making

  • I’m new to card making so would love to learn better techniques as I’m not very good at the moment although I do keep trying

  • Encaustic art and mixed media

  • I would love to learn how to make teddy bears as they have always been a passion of mine and making my own would make them even more special

  • I’m very interested in learning felting and how to properly use embossing powders xx

  • Leather craft would be a great skill to learn and looks like a lot if fun

  • I would love to learn how to make fabric flowers it is not something I’m good at at all.

  • I would like to know how to felt and make things from the felt l had made also to try spinning .

  • Where do I start….
    I make cards with dies, stamps etc..
    Would love to make my own flowers, from materials.
    I would also love to learn to crochet.
    Just spending time around these talented people, will inspire my craftiness

  • I’d like to learn to crochet and knit… my grandma knitted and she tried to teach me numerous times but I always ended up with more or less stitches than I started with!

  • I would like to learn flower making for cards and how to emboss cards and use embossing powders. There are so many different things I would like to learn how to do.Also would like to we how’s scan and cut works

  • Would love to learn calligraphy so can do lovely hand writing on my cards and wooden boxes.

  • I would love to learn screen printing and flower making out of card. I love all things crafting…and so much to learn.

  • I would love to learn screen printing and flower making out of card. I love all things crafting…and there is so much more to learn.

  • I would love to learn Kumihimo. I’ve seen so many beautiful pieces made with this craft and I wish I could do it.

  • I would love to learn the art of Felting. Such adorable characters can be achieved with this fabulous craft.

  • I would love to learn how to perfect some mixed media projects, I have attempted some (not very successfully), and really need some guidance from the experts at the show.

  • I would love to learn how to crochet properly. I seem to get the tension all wrong.

  • I would love to have the opportunity to have a go at scrapbooking as I have my Sister in Law’s Wedding photo’s to put into an album and would like to make a good job of it for her.

  • I enjoy trying anything remotely creative 🙂 and would love to try encaustic wax painting.

  • I make cards but I would really like to learn how to use distress inks properly and also how to use embossing powders.

  • I would love to learn about screen printing to compliment my mixed media artwork.

  • I would love to learn bead embroidery but love anything creative

  • I’d like to improve my card making by learning some more artistic techniques with ink, silk painting but really, I’d like to try lots of new things to share the elderly at the craft classes I do with them, keeping it simple but fun.

  • I would love to know how to needle felt. I have all the products but just don’t know where to start or have the confidence.

  • I would love to be able to achieve the wonderful projects I see demonstrated in mixed media. There seem to be so many different paints and crackle mediums out there and I just don’t know where to start. I’d love someone to show me how.

  • Encaustic art sounds fascinating, I would love to have a try. So many different crafts to learn, I wish had started years ago!

  • I would love to learn brush lettering. I make cards and would love to be able to write unique sentiments using this method.

  • I would love to learn how to stamp properly mine always comes out smudged or not fully inked.

  • I’d love to learn more mixed media techniques that I could incorporate in my cardmaking and scrapbooking.

  • I would love to give the tickets to my daughter who currently lives in Bury St. Edmunds so she can learn to do something new while she is living in England!

  • My mum has just bought me a Glitzcraft set, so I’d better teach myself how to do it – she makes some beautiful cards using it

  • Hi, I have been making cards for several years now along with portrait/landscape painting, cross stitch ,hardanger , drawn thread also for several. But my first love is cardmaking. I would love to learn calligraphy and parchment, both I have “played” at with little success!

  • I would love to learn how to do parchment craft as I think it looks so pretty. I would also like to try brush lettering

  • I would love to do more grungy looking cards etc. I find it really difficult to “let go”.

  • I would love to learn how to quilt properly

  • I love to learn how to blend watercolours and colour like I have seen with copic markers

  • I would love to learn more about mixed media projects and find the confidence to create and design my own projects

  • I’d love to expand my card making with mixed media techniques.

  • I would love to learn how to do calligraphy to enable me to write on sentiments etc onto my handmade cards

  • I would love to learn more on sewing, card making and craft in general. I would really like to see the scan and cut machine in action.

  • I would love to learn jewellery making, already do card crafting but always looking for new things to do

  • just starting to make cards so I would love to win

  • Having recently started card making I would love to learn about embossing.
    But I would also love to learn how to use a sewing machine as another hobby

  • It would have to be jewellery making. I’m in awe at the beautiful designs and creations I see and the opportunity to put observation and creativity into tangible practical actual makings is a dream come true.

  • I make cards and just started to do some sewing but would like more guidance

  • I would love to learn how to create inky cards. Mine always end up with a splodge of colour no matter how I try to sponge and get it even.

  • Everything! How does anyone choose what next to learn as there are so many wonderful craft skills out there. That’s why I love the magazine as it gives me different things to do every time I read it. It’s really exciting wondering how things will work out.

  • So many crafts so little time! I would to learn more about macrame, decoupage and screen printing , then hone my card making skills

  • I’d like to learn how to make flowers.

  • I’d like to learn and work on some mixed media projects.

  • I’m a lifetime crafter , and would love to find out if needle felting is possible for disabled people with problem hands. I would also love to show my husband, that he could join in with more of the crafts I do. I weave, dropspin, natural, dye, tablet weave, Sew, do beadwork, embroider, and all types of papercraft. Crafting is my escape from pain.

  • I started scrapbooking and make cards as well. I’d love to learn more mixed media and art journaling techniques.

  • Would love to learn more techniques with the different flowers and colouring.

  • I would love to learn how to do book folding I read so many books and have loads that I would love to be able to use in a crafting way. Upcycle

  • I live in sweden and have started with card and papercrafts but there is not much here so would be incredibly fun to get to a place where everyone is and you can get lots of tips o see what you can do.

  • I would love to learn lacemaking I have bought several lace bobbins and would love to be able to use them

  • I would love to learn to make my own jewellery from leftover and broken jewellery.

  • Would love to learn more about encaustic art creations, freeform machine embroidery, starting patchwork. I’ll probably need to live till I’m 100 to master all this. I’d like to do tatting too.

  • I do so many crafts, sewing, embroidery,
    Card making. My grandmother taught me to knit but I’d love to learn to crochet. I’ve been interested in powertex so would love to have a go.
    I would love to take my 17 year old grandson as he so artistic.

  • To be able to learn calligraphy would be amazing skill

  • I have done calligraphy in the past but I would love to learn brush lettering with the brush pens, and incorporate this into my handmade cards. I love the look of the modern flow of the letters and think it is very stylish!

  • I love making cards but struggle with flowers, would love some expert advice.

  • I have crocheted and knitted from a very young age. I would love to learn many more crafts, including spinning, felting and quilling. I really enjoy learning new skills and this seems to be a perfect opportunity to learn at least one of these. Thank you very much.m

  • I make cards and would love to learn to refine techniques and learn how to sew

  • I would love to learn how to do mixed media projects so I could use to make stand alone objects or to use with making cards and scrapbooking. Also I mind knowing how to felt as I have seen pictures all made by felting.

  • I’d love to learn heat foiling and crochet. Thank you for the chance of a great prize

  • I would love to learn more about card making and leathercraft. I would come over from US and combine visit with visit to family in and around Kent.

  • I’m just a beginner at crochet and would love to learn different techniques and work on more interesting pieces!

  • I love making cards and boxes I would love to learn different shapes if make cards ect

  • I would love to learn how to make candles or soap. We have a lot of lavender in our garden, which would be perfect to use, in these activities.

  • Would love to take my youngest daughter so she could indulge herself in making handmade greetings cards 🙂

  • I would love to learn flower making with foam etc and multi media techniques so I can make more personal gifts for family and friends.

  • I would like to gain more confidence in the basic skills of Papercrafting.

  • I would like to learn more about Card making , cross stitch and like anything to do with crafting

  • I would love to be able to crochet

  • I’d love to learn to blow glass

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