Posts tagged DIY

Bird scrapbook project

You know, real scrapbooking is a great fun. The entire process where you are creating your elements, making and reshaping ideas to fit new projects, which weren’t even part of what you were planning before… Cleaning my working desk to answer my new ideas of a craft space, I found a lot of elements and… Continue reading

Handmade bookmarks for little ones

Maybe I have already told you how difficult Math was for me at school. It was as though the teachers were talking me in a different language and I didn’t understand absolutely anything. I had no problems with learning my letters. I was reading well and I still love to read and write, but Math… Continue reading

How to make your own cotton flowers

Cotton flowers are one of the best decorations for winter, for a baby shower, for a wedding and especially for a winter wedding. Actually, they are great for every purpose – because of their soft white cotton buds, which symbolize purity, wealth and wellbeing.  Unfortunately, it is very difficult to find them every time we… Continue reading

Bougainvillea – a home made flower

Maybe, because I was born in that part of Europe, when if you want to have a bougainvillea, you have only a flower pot with a plant, keeping always an eye on it, fighting with the late spring or early autumn cold, feeding the soil, and even then you have to accept that one day your beloved plant will die. With no explanation and with no reason. I even wrote in my other blog about the passion and sadness to have a bougainvillea

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RANUNCULUS BOOKMARKS – the bookshelf garden!

About the Ranunculus bookmarks The Ranunculus bookmarks are inspired by the Ranunculus – such a beautiful flower with so many variations – more than 600! Members of the genus include the buttercups, spearworts, and water crowfoots. Do you know the The Persian legend about the young prince who always wore green and gold (much like the yellow ranunculus)… Continue reading

A Light Exists in Spring

or Flowers for Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson is amazing, even though always a little bit sad. But maybe exactly this undertone makes me love her poems so much. To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee, One clover, and a bee. And revery. The revery alone will do. If bees are few…. Continue reading