Card making took me over! Since not all girls are well and in kindergarten I don’t have much time for cardmaking, but I start in the early morning and then think about it all day long and when girls get into beds at night I run to my table (it’s good to have it downstairs!) and … More It is all about cards…
Another childish card came up in my mind! Why not!? After all word, Pawesom is adorable! If you like it, you can buy it, just ask! Ilze
I’m back to cardmaking (a bit!) and these are first three I made downstairs! I like all of them but love the last one. All the bears are hand-stamped and hand-colored using girls coloring pencils – I don’t have grownups pencils! I started with this childish theme cause it has a good statement “A good … More Card Making: Lovely Bear
(I don’t know why, but for the first time I wanted to start my blog post by saying…) Good morning, everyone! I hope you don’t have -20C outside or at least if you do have way too low below zero – you are warm inside or outside enjoying it! I spend two days taking card making … More Craft space: Up or Down…the stairs!
While girls were ill at home, we made beautiful 3D tulip greeting cards using square paper plates and colored paper! You can find the directions & template here. Yes, that is my coffee in the middle of those paper scraps… and that is Marley watching birds! I run on coffee all those two weeks while … More DIY: 3D Tulip greeting card
OK. Do you remember our first shaker card!? I was inspired by Lana and her shaker card “Hello”! Nelle came home from kindergarten last Thursday and announced that her teacher is leaving on Friday! “She will have a baby and we have to make her shaker card!!!”… I paused… “It’s only a few hours till the … More Another shaker card!
I want to go back to cardmaking, but not that much, cause all my craft corner looks like a mess and since it’s upstairs and in the room with closed doors, I forget about it! Every time I walk upstairs (rear, cause we don’t live there) I’m surprised of what’s going on in my craft … More Our first shaker card