Posts tagged paper

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

The Butterfly experiment

An article in the Tattered Nest Designs blog  inspired me to experiment and to make my own Butterfly project. The amazing colours and the great idea absolutely captured me. At that moment I had to make a bunch of greeting cards, so decided to combine the pleasure of trying something new with the duties of… Continue reading

Pocket bookmark – why and how

I am a passionate reader, passionate crafter and passionate journaler. Most of my ideas for a better life, for home changes or even for studying new things come while I am reading books or magazines. No matter what I’m reading – a crime novel, love story, nonfiction or a cook book. Always an idea, usually… Continue reading

September Journal title page

Like many of you I am obsessed with bullet journaling. Now, when I’m a bit older, they remind me of my teenagers years, when I was equally obsessed with writing my diaries. I find myself entering the same “promises”, tasks, decorations, but also with a lot of emotional sharing. Black and white Of course, the… Continue reading

Easy scrapbook paper embellishments

If you are following The Paper Heart blog, you know my idea about a Capsule craft collection. And how inspiring it is for me to work and experiment with a purposely limited number of craft materials and tools. So, you know how much I am advocating buying less to create more for yourself. In this… Continue reading

Easy to make pocketed gift tags

Do you like gift tags? I love them. Big or small, simple or elaborately even overly decorated… Actually there is no such thing as an “overly decorated gift tag”. It is amazing how, in so little space, you can create and say so many “words”. The best thing with gift tags is that you can… Continue reading