About Pollyanna's Parchment Craft


Pollyanna was born January 2016. My wife has loved parchment craft for many years but in recent years she has had problems with her hands and was unable to trace very well. So we bought a Scan n Cut to try a different type of greetings card. I was very interested in this machine but my wife was still missing her parchment. One day I slipped into our little office and had a play with the Scan n Cut, I thought that if this machine could draw, surely with some adjustments it could emboss too.

I was right and within a few hours I had produced a lovely design made in a couple of minutes and all done with the Scan n Cut. Pauline couldn't believe that I had created this lovely work and of course was soon in the office trying it herself. She loved it, and was convinced that other people would too, and you know the rest. The parchment embossing mat was born, quickly followed by the Embossing Tool and USB's. After numerous requests we have now developed the system further to include card embossing

We will be demonstrating and  selling our products at the Parchment Craft Exhibition in Bristol on the 21st of May this year and look forward to meeting you there.



Happy Spring

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Hi Everyone, We hope you are all having a nice spring in spite of the awful weather we are having. We have been busy with new projects which you can see in the shop. We have the new usb with fcm files on especially for drawing on your scan n cut and featuring our delightful Bendibrook Fairies. We now have the fairies available individually as digital stamps, for downloading so you can have them instantly. We also have another usb Gothic Jewels which was especially designed for us by Maria Maidment who you may have seen recently on television at the NEC, we think you will love it.

We are now working towards the Parchment Craft Exhibition at Kegworth in October, more details to come later, do come and say hello, we would love to meet you.

Our best wishes,

Pauline and Phill


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