Kirstie tackles the art of paper crafts, endeavouring to create amazing pieces it's hard to believe are just made from paper.
Kirstie is taking part in competition at The Royal Welsh Show. Established in 1904 and with over 200,000 visitors a year, the show is one of the most prestigious in the country, with competitions in everything from best egg to best walking stick. With 2000 entries alone in the craft and cookery competition categories, Kirstie is going to face stiff competition.
Decoupage designer Jaina Minton teaches Kirstie how to make a paper sculpture seagull that will stand on his own little handmade beach.
Next Kirstie creates an embroidered greetings card.
And her last competition entry involves some clever up-cycling - making something new from something old. Phiona Richards introduces Kirstie to paper jewellery, and together they recycle damaged books, turning the print and pictures into rose rings.Watch now on 4oD visit the scrapbook
|Wednesday 26 October 2011||Channel 4|
|Wednesday 26 October 2011||8PM||Channel 4|