Posts tagged cardboard paper flower

How to make your own Cricut files

Drawing the printable templates for my flower lessons, I asked myself: Ok, what if you make them Cricut files? Also, a client of mine somehow pushed me to think in this direction. Buying my tutorial, she asked is it possible to make SVG or PNG files. Adding the printable templates I was curious why she… Continue reading

My IKEA Cactus project

I still have a lot of wonderful cardboard packaging pieces from our IKEA kitchen island… And as you know, I am a paper addict, so I can hear them calling me to involve them in different projects. And what else to do in this day, when strong winds are blowing from the North and thick… Continue reading

Paper Magnolia wall art

This project was inspired by a tree in the garden of a coastal villa on the Black sea.  Despite it being the beginning of winter and there were no flowers, it was gorgeous! The leaves were so shiny and healthy, looking like they were not real. I never thought of Magnolias as attractive plants before,… Continue reading

Easy Spring blossom tutorial

Spring is moving towards early Summer in the Northern Hemisphere and the beautiful flowers disappear from the cherry, apple, pear, plum and others from this family of trees. Looks like it was yesterday, when, enjoying my short quarantine bounce to the nearest shop, I was walking under  branches, covered with blossom… From a very long… 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

Total scrapbooking

Total scrapbooking is something like Total war, but in a very nice, creative way. You know I am a huge fan of real scrapbooking – when you use all the paper (and other materials) “things” around you and create greeting cards, notebooks or art. Actually, for me, this creative way is real art. And if… 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