Posts tagged Summer home decoration

DIY crepe paper Peony

There is something about Peonies that attracts almost every woman. Maybe this is the specific messiness of the flower or maybe the huge variety of shapes and colour shades. Or could it be a reminder of a better time, a desire to return to the past in a beloved Granny’s garden in the past and… 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

Stylish black Peony for home decoration

Why a black Peony for home decoration? Because there are some flowers, which are always very elegant and give a specific chic to your home and a black Peony is a bit “unexpected”. It can be very “eye catching” – one of those details, which makes your home something special. And further very good news… Continue reading

How to make Anemone crepe paper flower

Spring is coming in the Northern hemisphere and my balcony garden will need more attention… There are some flowers I love very much, but don’t dare to have at home – they are beautiful, but fragile. Traveling often for long periods of time makes things difficult for flower lovers. I am always giving the keys… Continue reading

When saving meets fun

Weeks ago I wrote an article about the Watercolour marker technique and later, another one about the Capsule craft collection. Being a crafter, literally buried under piles of craft materials, I decided to change my entire work attitude. First, I realized that it is not necessary for craft materials to be expensive to be good… 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