Thursday, 22 March 2012

Juliet



You Are Made Of Silliness, Tolerance, and Fascination



3 parts Silliness

2 parts Tolerance

1 part Fascination



And a Splash of Attractiveness



Finish off with an olive

Tuesday, 20 March 2012

Reviews on all things crafty an enjoyable

I don't know about you but I have spend a fortune on crafting goodies over the last few years and it is taking up so much space in my house, that I think it is time to re-access my hobby and purchases . 

I have been a slave to advertising on Create and Craft, blogs and in magazines and half the stuff I have bought does not even get used, so in the process of doing projects for the Craft Qualification I am going to go through all the boxes and boxes of goodies I have bough and review them right here om my blog for you, give them a score out of 10.  I do not only do papercraft, I also Knit, Sew, Crochet and enjoy cooking so if some of the other things I feel I am capable of sneak onto my blog bare with me.

The reviews will be on magazines, DVD's, Books, Cutting Dies, Embossing Dies, Stamps, Punches, Card and Papers, CD's, online clubs, Crafting clubs.  Then there is still the Pens, Pencils, Chalks, Inkpads, and all other items for coloring. I will let you know where I bought the from, what I paid and you can decide for yourself if it is something that you might want.

All the materials I will use in these reviews were purchased by myself, so I am not Promoting or Advertising anything unless it clearly states that a product was given to me specifically for review here.

Please leave comments and tell me about your experiences with the products.  If you are the manufacturer, seller, artist who offer these products for sale let me know if you feel that my review as unfair or if I used the product incorrectly. I will have giveaways and would like others to help me with the reviews later on and my Bonscraft Yahoo Group will be used especially for this.

The Certificate in Paper

I enrolled to this Qualification before the big move in August and have not actually got around to do any of the Units but have decide to make this a priority now.  I will be letting you know what I think of this course as I go and also share my projects, designs and some freebies I create for this.  So come back often and have a look.

Sunday, 18 March 2012

Internet Security 2012 - how to remove

Internet Security 2012 - how to remove

What is Internet Security 2012?


Internet Security 2012 is a fake antivirus that is software, displaying lots of faked warnings without actually checking your system for parasites. This parasite related to Privacy Protection and Security Protection. This is another Rogue that uses generic names to prevent users from getting information about parasite and thus believing that they are purchasing something legitimate. This is simply not true, as no program that is distributed through malware, infecting websites can be legitimate. This is how Internet Security 2012 got on your PC in the first place.

Once you get infected with Internet Security 2012, you will start seeing various system alerts and popups. These alerts might look like this :



Explorer.exe can not start

File Explorer.exe is infected by

W32/Blaster.worm

Please activate Internet Security 2012 to protect your Computer.



Internet Security 2012 will also launch its scan, which will detect various dangerously sounding infections in legitimate or non-existing files. This family of rogues is known for trying to scare people by using names, related to “child porn” for fake infection description. So if you see scan results with descriptions like “Infected: W32/Child-Porn.PROXY/Server” and some other generic infections, don’t search for these files on hard disk to delete them or pay for Internet Security 2012 full version. You should remove Internet Security 2012 scareware itself.

To prevent removal, Internet Security 2012 will try to block legitimate anti-malware program downloads by stopping its execution. To prevent this, you have several options



Kill Malware process by Start->Run, then taskkill.exe /F /IM isecurity.exe



isecurity.exe is name of malware process, it might also be other names, defender.exe or privacy.exe



Fake -register Internet Security 2012 by using registration key Y76REW-T65FD5-U7VBF5A, Y86REW-T75FD5-U9VBF4A or Y86REW-T75FD5-9VB4A

Reboot into safe mode with networking



Then Scan your PC with reputable anti-malware program like Spyware Doctor, Hitman Pro or other to fully identify Internet Security 2012 files and delete them. Full version of Spyware Doctor, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware or decent antivirus like Kaspersky, Eset would likely have protected from malware infection. Also, This malware might come with rootkit, so running GMER, TDSS killer or other anti-rootkit tool is advisable. If Internet Security 2012 infects your c:\windows\system32\userinit.exe file, you will have to replace it with the one from backup location ( c:\windows\ServicePackFiles\i386\userinit.exe ).

Note: Internet Security 2012 is not related to any legitimate antivirus program. Also, It is not related to fake rogues Internet Security 2011 or Win 7,XP,Vista Internet Security 2012. These rogues belong to other malware families.



Internet Security 2012 is Extremely dangerous



Internet Security 2012 is a corrupt Anti-Spyware program

Internet Security 2012 may spread via Trojans

Internet Security 2012 may display fake security messages

Internet Security 2012 may install additional spyware to your computer

Internet Security 2012 may repair its files, spread or update by itself

Internet Security 2012 violates your privacy and compromises your security

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Review of Full Design Mini DIY stamps

I found the Cutest little stamps from Korea the other day of fairy silhoutes and as I make lots of card and things for girls I thought I'll give it a go. It was delivered yesterday and comes in a lovely Tin display box.  I am glad it is my day of so I can have a good old play with them.  Here are the images on the stamps.

I wish I had thse when I made the card for Hannah.


This is what comes in the lovely tin

 Full instructions on how to essemble you stamps


And just some of the lovely items made using these stamps


Korean rubber stamp DIY box set - Fairy
12 diy rubber stamps in total, presented in a nice tin box.
Box size: 108mm x 83mm

They do quite a few other kits as well, which you can buy at they Ebay shop here. I will be posting some of my own samples soon. The service from the company is also very ggod and they will soon have their own website up and running.